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We’ve given away a lot of products over the past couple years, but haven’t yet offered Adobe Lightroom…  So here, now, we’re giving away Adobe Lightroom 3 (value US$300) with a new camera bag!  Second prize is the Photoshop & Premiere Elements 10 Bundle (US$150), and for third place we have an Adobe-branded prize pack with T-shirt, pen, lanyard, and other surprises.

Actually, all three winners will receive one of those prize packs, so much the better. The free copy of Lightroom is graciously sponsored by Adobe, and should do nicely until Lightroom 4 is released. Photoshop and Premiere Elements 10 are brand new, out five weeks ago.

The goal of the contest is to learn from our readers worldwide:
What would you like to see in the next release of your favorite Adobe product?

It could be any one – CS6 (any application), Lightroom 4, Acrobat 11, Photoshop Elements 11, and the rest.  What do you hope for, want Adobe to add/do/change, what’s on your wishlist?
Just share it in a comment below and/or on Facebook, and you’re entered.  Please be sure to include the name of the future product you’re talking about (for example, “In CS6 I’d like …”).

To double your power and effectiveness, then copy and paste the same comment into Adobe’s Official Feature Request form to let them know directly.  Here’s your chance to make your voice heard, and win some nice products doing it.

Then, at the end of the month, we’ll choose the three best comments posted to receive these three prize packages. Multiple comments per visitor on different applications are okay, but be reasonable and be sure to share and tell your friends and colleagues who’d like a chance to win and express their feedback as well – it’s good karma!

Submissions will be open until 11:59pm EST on Wednesday, November 30th, 2011. The three winners will be contacted via email – and we’ll announce the lucky recipients right here in early December.  Good luck and please spread the word!

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  1. I would like to see Adobe Photoshop’s Pen Tool be more like Adobe Illustrator’s. Love Illustrator’s Pen Tool with a passion, but can’t stand Photoshop’s, which can really be a difficulty when needing that flexibility while working in Raster.

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  2. How about a deal with Kodak and Adobe: A-K Kodachrome option in Lightroom. Kodachrome, no longer manufactured, was such a beloved Gold Standard of film enthusiasts for decades.

    P.S. – If it’s possible place it in Elements 11 or CS6. Of course, I would like to receive a complimentary copy!

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  3. I’d love to see Lightroom 4 have better edit-while-importing features. For example, I might import a batch of 600 photos from a shoot that occurs indoors in incandescent light, outdoors, and indoors in fluorescent light. Maybe 100 shot outdoors, 200 in fluorescent, and 300 in incandescent. Currently, I have to import all of them with one edit setting and then go back and re-edit most of them for proper white balance. I’d like to be able to select a set, give them some import settings, select another set, apply different settings, etc. and then import a whole bunch all at once.

    I dont use Lightroom for super-fine-tuning–Photoshop does a great job at that. Lightroom is my photo manager and go-to choice for simple editing (white balance, color, etc.). Anyway, keep on cranking out the awesome products!

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  4. I would like for Adobe to keep with the upgrade policy they have had for a while and rethink not giving any price break to loyal but not rich owners of previous versions. If not, it is CS4 for me forever. Check out Topaz Labs for making happy users who are more than willing to buy more products.

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  5. Hi!
    I would like Adobe to focus less on Video and 3D in Photoshop. After all there are specific software for that and I think more photo editing doesn’t harm in a photo editing program. :)

    I would like some of the filters to be upgraded (displacement maps with a preview!), the Patch tool to work on a blank layer, more blending mode options, etc…

    Cheers!

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  6. In Photoshop Elements 11, I should like to see the pen tool, an easy way to install actions, and make the Organizer more user friendly. The Organizer now is not intuitive. It is not the means to an end, but rather its use becomes an end in itself. Perhaps doing away with it completely and replacing it with Lightroom would be the way to go.

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  7. I own none of the above, so I would just actually like to have them (since I scrapbook digitally and love photography) since so many people rave about how great they are. :) Thanks for a chance!!!

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  8. Hi,

    I am using Lightroom 3 trial version. I found that the black background somehow “squeezes my mind” and makes my eyes tired after a short time editing.

    I understand that with the dark background the images stand out more, therefore I would suggest a separate photo album with a dark background for observing them, arranging, etc. And for editing photos I think a light background is healthier physically and psychologically.

    Another thing I found is a crop feature. It’s nice that it has extra features inside, but I think moving the crop box is much easier than moving the background to adjust it under the crop box. How about making it work as in Photoshop?

    When zooming photos it would be nice to have them zoomed in and out slowly like in Photoshop or Picasa. In LR3 the zooming is not as smooth as in the mentioned programs.

    These features are some of the most used. Therefore, I think they need to be more comfortable to work with.

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  9. @ Zarema
    “I understand that with the dark background the images stand out more, therefore I would suggest a separate photo album with a dark background for observing them, arranging, etc. And for editing photos I think a light background is healthier physically and psychologically.”

    You can fix this in your options.

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  10. I don’t own either of them and I am just getting started with my photography business. With five kids and going back to school it’s been hard to fit this in both time-wise and money-wise. Would love to have either of these!!! Love these products!

    I have done a few different trial versions and there is quite a bit of difference in how to use them. They take some getting used to but I love them!

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  11. I’d like to see Photoshop Elements 11 include a Channel Mixer option. It is often easier to cleaning up noise and artifacts in old pictures by using the Channels and/or Channel mixer.

    I’d like for this ability to be added in Photoshop Elements 11 more than any other possible new function. Thanks!

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  12. I would love to be able to convert a layer to a smart object, the pen tool, and the image deblurring feature!

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  13. I’d like a spell-checker in Elements 11 because it is used so much for scrapbooking.
    I’d like the pen tool to be easier to use in Photoshop CS6.

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  14. I would like to see Adobe incorporate the system of both the videos AND the tutoring program that is in the Onone Perfect Photo Suite 6.. This program puts the actual use of the various and somewhat challenging tools into the user’s hand without feeling intimidating. It works wonders for some of us who sometimes cannot remember things well unless it is attached to some physical action. It is not just a show and tell but a Show and User performance. Thanks for the chance to give Kudos to a great set of programs

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  15. It is with great sadness I receive news of the one version back upgrade. I do not wish to be forced onto the cloud, and I think the 3 version upgrade is more realistic for the average user. That said, the 3 version back upgrade is the feature I wish to see in all new Adobe products.

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  16. In Lightroom 4 I’d like to see:

    1. RGB readout in the Library module (in Loupe and Compare views at least).

    2. Compare view in Develop module so I could develop a new photo to match an existing one.

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  17. In all programs, I would like to have the ability to increase the size of the tool menus, so that over 45 year-old eyes don’t have to strain so much.

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  18. I’m a new user of LR3 and I am enjoying learning it. Would like to see almost a built-in tutorial for image workflow, with some tips on storage and export. Thanks for your continued work on these great products.

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