Adobe Releases Lightroom 2.2 Update

Got the following email today on Adobe’s new Lightroom 2.2 Upgrade. I’m continuously impressed with how much better my work flow is now that I’ve switched to Lightroom 2.

“Adobe has released an update to its Photoshop Lightroom software, available immediately as a free upgrade for existing Lightroom 2 users. Lightroom 2.2 adds raw support for seven new camera models including the Canon EOS 5D Mark II and Canon PowerShot G10. The update also includes several refinements such as enhanced performance of the local adjustment tools.

In addition, Adobe’s Camera Profiles are now available natively within Lightroom 2.2 and are provided automatically as part of this release. As the visual starting point for the raw processing work flow, camera profiles provide flexibility that allows photographers to quickly achieve their desired rendering.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2 is essential for today’s digital photography workflow with quick options for importing, processing, managing, and showcasing images. With its second Lightroom update this fall, Adobe continues to show its commitment to the photographic community, allowing photographers to take advantage of the latest cameras and technology.

Lightroom 2.2 supports the following additional camera models: Canon EOS 5D Mark II, Canon PowerShot G10, Panasonic DMC-G1, Panasonic DMC-FX150, Panasonic DMC-FZ28, Panasonic DMC-LX3 and Leica D-LUX 4.

Pricing and Availability

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 2.2 is available now as a free download for
existing Lightroom 2 customers at Lightroom 2 can be purchased through the Adobe Store at The estimated street price is USD$299 for new users with an upgrade price of USD$99 for qualifying Lightroom customers.

For more information on Photoshop Lightroom 2 or to purchase the
software, visit”

3 Replies to “Adobe Releases Lightroom 2.2 Update”

  1. Totally agree Since using LR 2 I rarely need to go into ps anymore.

    Local brush-based edits of exposure, brightness, sharpness, clarity, saturation, and contrast, which are nondestructive and future-editable has made a huge difference in my post-processing. I really enjoy the LR 2 experience. I tried the latest version of Aperture, but any local brushed-based edits get baked into a huge tiff that has to be first created – and can’t be subsequently edited. And then that big tiff needs to stay around forever. Sheeesh…

    LR 2 the only way to go…

  2. Comfortabl y, the article is in reality the finest on this valuable topic. I harmonise with your conclusions and will certainly thirstily look forward to your coming updates. Just saying thanks can not just be enough, for the wonderful clarity in your writing. I definitely will immediately grab your rss feed to stay privy of any kind of updates. Fabulous work and much success in your business dealings!

Comments are closed.