Lightroom is a great program. You can find discussions all across the web about the power of the program and how beneficial it is for photographers. To get a taste, check out Matt Kloskowski’s great Lightroom Killer Tips blog. One of the things that immediately drew me to Lightroom was its ability to take my images and create gallery pages using both html and Flash. It’s easy, it’s very customizable, and it loads the galleries directly to my host site without making me jump through any extra hoops. But there was always one little thing that drove me a little batty and that was where Lightroom wanted to put my copyright info when I had vertical/portrait oriented images. For some strange reason, Lightroom always wanted to stick the copyright in the top-left corner, reading down the left side. It’s like it turned the image horizontal, applied the copyright, and then rotated back to vertical. And there was no way of changing this, save turning off the copyright (which I am really reluctant to do). This past weekend I created some new galleries to update my Gallery page. What I didn’t notice until today when talking to my #1.1 fan, Mike Meyer, was that Lightroom doesn’t do the funky rotating copyright anymore. It now places all copyrights in the bottom left corner of the image. I’m not sure how I missed this change except to say that it was fairly unheralded. I am now inspired to go back and recreate my older gallery pages so that all of the copyrights are the same. My thanks to Adobe for fixing this little annoyance. Now if they would just give me a little more control over the font, my life would be complete (you know what I mean).