January 10, 2012

Lightroom 4 live webcasts today

KelbyTraining.com is conducting a day of live webcasts with Lightroom PM Tom Hogarty, scheduled for 10am, 12pm, 2pm, & 4pm Eastern* today & each lasting about an hour. Matt Kloskowski (LightroomKillerTips.com) hosts, and they’ll be taking questions from viewers via their live blog.

* (Time zone converter)

Posted by John Nack at 7:40 AM on January 10, 2012


  • canonikon — 7:50 AM on January 10, 2012

    GPS support and geotagging i have waited for that… but what a dissapointment.

    could adobe have made ist more basic?… no!

    the functionallity is so basic every freeware geotagging tool is way better.
    it does not even put the metadata in the fields for city etc. when you have geotagged an image.
    what the fuk they are thinking?


    geosetter is a ONE MAN project.
    and adobe with all it´s manpower has nothing more to offer then this crappy MAP feature in LR4?


    ok ok it´s beta …. but i doubt they will improve the map modul significantly in the final.

    will check out if the develop modul improvements are worth an upgrade for me….

  • Dick Brigleb — 4:26 AM on January 11, 2012

    Worked with the beta last night and found it painfully sluggish. 3.4 runs fine on my machine. At this point the geotagging and book modules seem rudimentary.

  • Don Temple — 2:24 PM on January 12, 2012

    I’ve purchased Lightroom since version 1 but I guess version 3.6 will be the last. Let’s forget for the moment the new hardware costs involved. I’m running XP and have NO plans to move to Windows 7 and especially VISTA because of older devices (HP laser printers, software I’ve updated online and no CD, etc. Thanks for cutting me off at the knees by not allowing XP users to take advantages of improvements in any future software. I hope you don’t do the same with CS6!!

  • Manata — 5:09 PM on January 12, 2012

    xp is how old? 10 years?

    hey this is computer land.. time is moving fast.

    your ancient OS will not make it any longer. many software will drop support for XP in 2012.

    i guess you are using IE 6 too? lol…..

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