Welcome to our weekly photography news section, with the stories that matter to serious photographers from the week of 17-23 November 2014.
Discover how to take your first steps with Lightroom and explain how to import photos in Lightroom 5, how to add metadata and then organise your images into collections.
As well as announcing updates to 14 desktop apps in its Creative Cloud suite, Adobe has confirmed that its photography program, which was previously billed as a special offer, will be a permanent feature.
The plan includes access to the Photoshop CC and Lightroom desktop applications with free upgrades when they are available, mobile and web apps, 20 GB of cloud storage and a Behance ProSite for £8.78/US$9.99/AU$9.99 per month when you sign up for a one-year plan.
Discover how Lightroom syncs both your photos and your adjustments with your iPad – you can even see your Collections in a web browser – using Adobe’s new Lightroom Mobile companion app.
Adobe has announced today that Lightroom 4 is now available for Mac OS and Windows at just £86.57 ex VAT, or £49.24 ex VAT for the upgrade. Compared to the price of Lightroom 3 at launch, which was £198 ex VAT and £64 ex VAT for the upgrade, that’s a significant price cut!