It’s been about a month since Adobe put out the Release Candidates for both Lightroom 5.3 and Camera RAW 8.3, and now that the beta testing is over, it’s time to make the full releases official.
The new versions add support for a bunch of cameras and lenses that have been released since the previous version of the software hit shelves, including the iPhone 5S. You can pick up Lightroom 5.3 for only $120 right now (that’s $30 off) or as part of the $10/month Photography Bundle that has made so many waves, which is available here.
Each month, NPR issues listeners an Instagram photo assignment that has them documenting some small part of their day. The most recent assignment asked participants to document their commute, “that perfectly average and ordinary part of the day that many of us share.”
But this month’s assignment turned into something extra special, when a photo of a mother reading to her son on the subway went viral, touching the lives of many readers and, it turns out, the mother herself.
According to Sigma Rumors, Sigma might be working on an interchangeable lens Micro Four Thirds camera that will pack a Foveon sensor.
There was a time not too many years ago that Sigma had said it had no plans to enter the MFT market, but it’s not unreasonable to think the company might have changed its mind in the meantime.