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Adobe has made CS5 available for try and buy on their web site.

Prices of the suite range from a $599 upgrade to $2599 for the full blown suite.

Read More: http://www.adobe.com/

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  1. Also, be aware the lens correction in Lightroom 3 won’t be compatible with Photoshop CS3 or CS4. You’ll have to flatten the image from Lightroom 3 (e.g. export to TIFF) or forgo the lens correction stuff. So, while not a huge issue it does muck up the workflow and then you do gain a lot vs sticking with DxO which will do lens correction (distortion, aberration, sharpening) better than what Adobe is offering.

    OTOH, if you update like a good little Adobe-ite (both Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5) then this won’t be an issue.

  2. Doh! Stupid auto-correction!

    s/b “…then you ***don’t*** gain a lot vs sticking with DxO…”


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