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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 for $120

Update: Looks like the item has sold out.


Here’s a sweet deal alert: you can currently pick up a boxed copy of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 with free shipping over at Newegg for $119.99 by using the coupon code ADOBE723 at checkout.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 (via Slickdeals)


 
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  • Nwr

    sold out already!

  • http://www.facebook.com/orcate José M. Wela

    Photoshop Lightroom? Have these 2 programs from Adobe fusioned somehow?

  • http://twitter.com/mauriciomatos Mauricio Matos

    The right name is indeed Photoshop Lightroom

  • http://twitter.com/Hal_Lee Hal Lee

    That’s great and all, but Aperture is only $80 in the Mac App Store, available instantly with no shipping time and no wonky coupon system.  Why choose Lightroom over Aperture?

  • http://twitter.com/Hal_Lee Hal Lee

    That’s great and all, but Aperture is only $80 in the Mac App Store, available instantly with no shipping time and no wonky coupon system.  Why choose Lightroom over Aperture?

  • MattB

    Not every photographer has drank the Kool-Aid and payed the Apple tax.

  • http://twitter.com/salzmanufaktur Salz

    Last week I got a copy of Phase One’s Capture One Express for free. I love it!
    Dunno if the promo is still active:
    http://www.dphotographer.co.uk/captureone/

  • http://twitter.com/BANANAMANANAS Josh Ladella

    Heh, this is true, but for Mac users, the two programs are just about equivalent in value. Lightroom edges out on a few features, but the core is about the same.

  • Anonymous

    it’s always been called that

  • Anonymous

    it’s always been called that

  • http://twitter.com/Oglerock Sara Oglestone

    How long ago was this posted? Says it’s sold out.

  • http://twitter.com/Oglerock Sara Oglestone

    How long ago was this posted? Says it’s sold out.

  • Dnguyen

    The IPS screens on the imacs are worth the system alone.

  • Steven R

    Simply not true. They each use different RAW engines, which can yield very different results. So while I do like apertures organization alot, image wise I find it lacking.

    http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4114/4818826666_05c130d985_b.jpg

    You can clearly see some issues with highlight transitions that apple camera raw has. And thats just the start. ACR=lightroom in this image.

  • Guest

    http://errorlevelanalysis.com/permalink/dbf0ae1/

    Looks like only one of the images have any thing to show on error level analysis… wonder why???

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=1469663692 Jason Heilig

    Right, let’s do two things.

    1. Buy into software from a company that is inferior.

    2. Buy into software from a company that screwed over professionals like they did with Final Cut.

    Or let’s not.

    The reason Aperture is $80 is because it’s a crap product, and they’re hoping some people won’t abandon that sinking ship.

  • http://twitter.com/Hal_Lee Hal Lee

    What? Apple is inferior to Adobe? Right. Show me a phone that Adobe has designed that trumps the iPhone. Let me know when Adobe’s revenue is ever higher than Apple’s. 
    Comparing the two is pointless, as each company does entirely different things in different markets. What a silly argument.

    If you actually used both Lightroom and Aperture, you might realize that Aperture isn’t a “crap product”, and actually trumps Lightroom in library organization and screen utilization.

  • http://twitter.com/Hal_Lee Hal Lee

    Just because a single image showed some problems from Aperture, doesn’t necessarily mean the entire RAW processing engine is flawed. 

    Was that image exported using the default picture settings? Did the test conductor try adjusting the settings from their default to correct the problem? 

    This could simply be a problem with the default image settings, which are easily changed and a matter of taste, not a fault with the RAW engine in Aperture.

  • Benzy

    Student and Teacher edition (whatever that means)
    $64.99 + free shipping at Buy.com
    $69.99 + free shipping at Staples.com