Adobe’s latest update to Lightroom has been in beta since earlier this year, but the company has now removed the beta tag and released the photo enhancement application to the public. Users updating from Lightroom 3 can upgrade for just $79, but those new to the photography game will have to shell out $149.
New features include highlight and shadow recovery for bringing out the true detail of your images, photo book creation for publishing your library to paper, location based sorting, and enhanced video support.
If you want to try before you buy, a fully functional trial version is available to download straight from Adobe. The next installment of the entire Creative Suite will be released later this year, and will include improved versions of Photoshop, Illustrator, and more.