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#31 alano


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Posted 23 January 2016 - 12:03 AM

Based on this discussion , I started the 30 day free trial for LR a little over a month ago. I'm now paying the $10 a month for LR and the latest PS. Really happy with the ease of use for photo organizing and "developing". I've been using various versions of PS for over 15 years and there are still shots that really need PS help, but most only need the LR treatment and it is so much faster and especially non-destructive. As I continue to wander and take more wildlife and scenic pictures, I'm sure going to like it more and more.


Yet another way this site has enhanced my life. Thanks.



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#32 Lighthawk


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Posted 23 January 2016 - 07:25 AM

Good move, Alan. LR continues to work well for me, especially when you can drag & drop to host your photos via Facebook, Flickr, Smugmug, Zenfolio, etc. or export to the cloud (dropbox, drive, amazon). I rent software/storage from Adobe and Dropbox currently, which allows me access to my files from work and home, using several different devices using both Mac and Windows. It's what I've been hoping technology would finally deliver and it's great.

You may also want to check out LR mobile, which syncs from your desktop to a browser based version.
You can now edit photos from the couch! :D

Edited by Lighthawk, 23 January 2016 - 07:26 AM.

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