Adobe’s Lightroom team has just announced that Lightroom 5 is available to the masses, where it will come across as a standalone license and also as part of Creative Cloud! Lightroom 5. You can take the “try or buy” route over at Adobe.com, and if you so happen to be a Creative Cloud member, then take note that this is a free update. There has been a pretty sizeable number of people who have already given Lightroom 5 beta a go in the past, and surely the feedback that Adobe received over the past few months have helped make Lightroom 5 a whole lot better – with the number of tweaks surpassing the 400 mark.
Lightroom 5 will come with a slew of features that can be found in Lightroom 5 beta, where among them include Advanced Healing Brush, Upright, Radial Filter, Smart Previews, improved photo book creation, and slideshows that mix video and still images. Not only that, the final version of Lightroom 5 will also feature a bunch of other new updates that will include over 400 bug fixes as mentioned earlier, in addition to the ability to share photos using the Behance Publish Service, accompanied by an expanded range on the Radial Filter’s feather slider. Check out the video above to see what Lightroom 5 is all about. [Press Release]