Monday, August 12, 2013

Full version of Adobe Lightroom 5 just $99!...



Yup, you read that correctly, you can get Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5 (while supplies last) for just $99.

 This is the full version, on a disk, and in a boxed version for both Windows and Mac (not a downloadable upgrade).

The display price you'll see is $149.99, but when you put in coupon code S987654321 during checkout you'll get the $99 final price.

And despite what the graphic says, even if you didn't buy a lens, camera, or computer you can still get the $99 price.

If you are wondering what is different in Lightroom 5 and should you move up to the latest version, Laura Shoe has put together an informative series of videos walking you through many of the new, improved, and different features you will now find Lightroom 5.

You can also check out Terry Whites video of his 5 favorite features in Lightroom 5.

Below is Laura's video review/over view of Lightroom 5, enjoy.


For those who received this post view email, you'll need to return to Weekly Photo Tips to watch the video as they are not pushed thought via email, sorry.




7 comments:

Cassandera said...

Thanks for the information Hope you will provide more :D

John Craft said...

Thank you for cool article! I'm also doing some tutorials from 99PhotoTricks web.

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Pam said...

Hi Scott,
I have really miss your posts!! Hope all is well with you and your family. Take Care

Pam

half blind said...

Hi Scott,
Very sorry I've been out of touch. But I too noticed your site hasn't been added to in a little bit and am concerned. I sincerely hope, like Pam said, that you and your family are well and everything is okay. Take good care.

Anonymous said...

I'm getting concerned too. Hope all is well and look forward to hearing more from you.

Paul

Amos said...

Can Lightroom finally had the option for vibrancy adjustment. I heard it only provides the Clarity adjustment. But this is a really helpful article. Thanks!