If you are a Lightroom user, here’s some interesting news.
In the past few days, the box cover art for Lightroom 6 as well as some of the details of its new features and improvements have been leaked.
Here’s a list of some of what’s rumored to be new in LR6:
- Facial recognition
- Nondestructive Editing Environment
- HDR and Panoramic merging.
- Advanced Black and White conversions
- Increased speed and performance via GPU acceleration.
By the way, the newest Lightroom release is expected to be 64-bit application. That means that you’ll need Windows 7/OS X 10.8 or higher to run it.
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The Nikon D7200 or D400?
Rumors are swirling that Nikon is about to release a new DSLR.
But what will the new camera be?
Nikon has recently stated that it will soon release a model to compete with the Canon 7D Mark II. But what does that mean?
The new release could be the D7200, an upgrade to the popular D7100, a camera designed for photo enthusiasts.
But, couldn’t it also be—and here’s the really exciting part for me—the D400, the LONG awaited upgrade to the D300s (released in 7/2009), currently Nikon’s only pro-level DX camera. I personally own the D300s and you would be hard pressed to pry it from my cold, lifeless hands…! But I’d love an upgrade!
The D7200 or the D400? Either way, I guess we’ll find out soon. Word is that there will a release announcement by mid-March!