Leica Cameras Now with Lightroom 6

All [digital] Leica cameras purchased as of now are supplied with a licence for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 6, the latest version of the powerful, professional image editing software from Adobe. You can download the software free from the Leica website as soon as you have registered your new camera. Lightroom 6 is universally considered to be the best and most professional image-processing software on the market. With Lightroom 6, owners of Leica cameras have access to a fully integrated workflow solution for managing and optimising their photos and publishing them on desktop and mobile devices.

Leica M Monochrom Processing HOWTOs

Jan Gütter has made several videos regarding the Leica M Monochrom; processing, Lightroom workflow and more. Read more below for others!

Leica M Monochrom Lightroom Tutorial

Adobe Updates ACR/DNG to v8.8

Adobe has released Adobe Camera Raw v8.8 which contains, among other things - nine new lens profiles for Voigtländer M lenses and bugfixes related to Voigtländer and Zeiss lenses. Download it for Windows or Mac OS X. Read more below for details.

Apple Digital Camera RAW 6.03

Apple today has released Digital Camera RAW 6.03 for OS X Yosemite, which adds support for multiple Leica cameras, including the D-Lux (Type 109), V-Lux (Type 114), X (Type 113) and X Vario (Type 107). For a complete list of supported cameras, including the new ones just added - see the OS X Yosemite: Supported digital camera RAW formats Knowledge Base article. Read more below for what's new.

Adobe Lightroom 6 Coming!

The long awaited Adobe Lightroom 6 is just about (finally) upon us - it's set to drop on March 9, 2015 April 21, 2015 if the latest rumors are true! French website leaked the pic and the specs a bit early (and is still up). The price came in at 130€ (~$150 USD). A busy time for Adobe, as they celebrate the 25th anniversary of Photoshop as well. Read more below for full details!

Adobe Celebrates 25 Years of Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop turns 25 today - and Adobe is celebrating with a variety of fun events, including Showcase Photoshop’s 25 Under 25 to the world and more. They've put together a blog post with some entertaining graphics comparing Photoshop's icons, toolbars and splash screens of days gone by. There's even a video (see below) and special Photoshop 25th Anniversary page. Read more below for details and video!