NEW Advanced Healing Brush - Don't let dust spots, splotches, or other distractions and flaws get in the way of a great shot. With the Advanced Healing Brush in Adobe� Photoshop� Lightroom� 5, you can not only change the brush size but also move it in precise paths. Unwanted scene elements even those with irregular shapes such as threads just disappear.
NEW Upright - Straighten tilted images with a single click. The new Upright� tool analyzes images and detects skewed horizontal and vertical lines, even straightening shots where the horizon is hidden.
NEW Radial Gradient - Emphasize important parts of your image with more flexibility and control. The Radial Gradient tool lets you create off-center vignette effects, or multiple vignetted areas within a single image
NEW Smart Previews - Easily work with images without bringing your entire library with you. Just generate smaller stand-in files of your full-size images. Any adjustments or metadata additions you make to these files will automatically be applied to the originals.
NEW Video slide shows - Easily share your work in elegant video slide shows. Combine still images, video clips, and music in creative HD videos that can be viewed on almost any computer or device.
NEW Improved photo book creation - Create beautiful photo books from your images. Lightroom 5 includes a variety of easy-to-use book templates, and now you can edit them to create a customized look. Upload your book for printing with just a few clicks. Receive 25% off from Blurb* on your first book created using Lightroom 5.
Location-based organization - Find, group, and tag images by location, or plot a photo journey. Automatically display location data from GPS-enabled cameras and camera phones.
Highlight and shadow recovery - Bring out all the detail that your camera captures in dark shadows and bright highlights. Now you have more power than ever before to create great images in challenging light.
Advanced black-and-white conversion - Gain powerful control over the tonal qualities that make or break black-and-white images. Precisely mix information from eight color channels when you convert to grayscale.
Fast cross-platform performance - Speed up day-to-day imaging tasks and process images faster with cross-platform 64-bit support for the latest Mac OS and Windows� operating systems.
Tight Photoshop integration - Select one or multiple photos and automatically open them in Photoshop to perform detailed, pixel-level editing. See your results immediately back in Lightroom. Get Lightroom 5 and Photoshop CC together plus Adobe Premiere� Pro CC and more in Adobe Creative Cloud�.
Selective adjustment brushes - Expand your creative control with flexible brushes that let you adjust targeted areas of your photo for just the look you want. Selectively adjust brightness, contrast, white balance, sharpness, noise reduction, moir� removal, and much more.
Superior noise reduction - Get amazing, natural-looking results from your high ISO images with state-of-the-art noise reduction technology. Apply noise reduction to the entire image, or target specific areas.
Nondestructive environment - Set your creativity free in a nondestructive editing environment that lets you experiment without limits. Your original images are never altered, and it's easy to reverse your steps or save multiple versions of any photo.
Develop presets - Save time by instantly applying favorite looks to images. Store Develop settings as presets and apply them to your other photographs at any time with one click. Many presets are included, and thousands more are available from Lightroom photographers and experts.
New Features in Lightroom 5.4:
New Camera Support in Lightroom 5.4
-Canon EOS 1200D (REBEL T5, KISS X70)
-Canon PowerShot G1 X Mark II (*)
-Nikon 1 V3 (*)
-Nikon COOLPIX P340
-Olympus OM-D E-M10 (*)
-Panasonic LUMIX DMC-ZS40 (DMC-TZ60, DMC-TZ61)
-Phase One IQ250
-Samsung NX mini (*)
-Sony Alpha a5000 (ILCE-5000)
-Sony Alpha a6000 (ILCE-6000)
New Lens Profile Support
Bugs Corrected in Lightroom 5.4
-When switching to the Book module with images selected, a �Gathering Photos� message would appear and stay persistent.
-On Mac Lightroom activity, such as an export, did not prevent the computer from sleeping.
-In the Develop Module, the �Settings > Crop as Shot� menu item did not properly reset orientation.
-In the Develop Module and when applying Grain, occasionally vertical artifacts would appear along the bottom edge of a photo.
-In the Develop Module, there is a slight delay before the Histogram is available for adjustments.
-Lens profile corrections for the iPhone 5 would not be selected when using the �Auto� Lens profile correction feature in the Develop module.
-In the Develop Module, Scrubby Adjustments on Adjustment Brush Pins did not work as expected.
-Syncing of spot removals was not consistent from image to image.
-Exporting a scaled image to PSD would sometimes cause the watermark to be displayed incorrectly.
-When Don�t Enlarge is on in Export, image was not resized, even when making image smaller.
-Sharpening/Noise Reduction were applied inconsistently depending on crop and export image size.
-Luminance of exported file differed noticeably after crop.
-When adding keywords on Import, Import begins at once when keywords entered with �enter� key
-In the Import dialogue, Loupe view occasionally did not work.
-When using the �Edit in Photoshop� feature in Lightroom, the Smart Object filter mask was sometimes not previewed correctly within Lightroom.
-When creating a new Collection inside of a Collection set, the default option for Location was the parent of the selected collection set and not the selected collection set.
-Upload via publish does not prevent computer from sleeping, and upload fails if computer sleeps.
-When playing a slideshow comprising TIF or JPEG images, occasionally the slideshow would appear pixelated.
-The color profile of a photo was incorrect when playing slideshow in full screen mode.
-When using a video export preset, develop settings were not applied to all images.
-Smart preview indicator under Develop histogram displayed the wrong number when multiple photos were selected.
* Intel� Pentium� 4 or AMD Athlon� 64 processor*
* DirectX 10�capable or later graphics card
* Microsoft� Windows� 7 with Service Pack 1 or later
* 2GB of RAM (4GB recommended)
* 2GB of available hard-disk space
* 1024x768 display