I like the fuji presets Steve . But $119 just for vsco film 3 wow and you paid for 1,2 and 3 . Well i have vsco film 3 for lightroom or adobe camera raw just for free . I found a master key and inclusive a crack for that and is working great . But some presets are a little heavy not like film . Do you really like Vsco ?or is just a publicity and they are paying you ?¿ .
My first issue is that my photos are currently stored on two different computers, but there are duplicates between the two. So my thought was to use the cloud to combine them all. But then I also want all of my photos stored locally on my desktop, which currently most of them are (along with the ones stored on my laptop), but there is no organization of them. So if I upload them all to the cloud, and then select to store them locally, is it going to create a duplicate of all my photos? Or will it reorganize my current file structure to match the organization I am using in lightroom cc?
Staff confirmation (Rikk Flohr):Plans containing Photoshop allow for two seats. Plans containing only Lightroom Ecosystem +1TB allow for five seats. A seat is a Mac/Windows computer. All plans provision from 10 devices (phone/tablet). _family/topics/lightroom-cc-allow-for-family-usage-i-e-from-more-than-two-computers
The ABW workflow in the Epson driver serves a different purpose from the more usual Application-Managed workflows using ICC profiles. ABW is said to be advantageous for producing B&W files in a quick and easy manner, toning B&W photos, and for increasing lightfastness. For people who are relatively inexperienced with the fine art of making successful B&W photos from color images, ABW is useful for making basic conversions and provides workable general adjustments for brightness, contrast, and toning; however, it provides much less of the more granular kind of control over tonality that more experienced amateurs and professionals would prefer to have. That said, it is available as a workflow in the driver, and we also now have the benefit of CB for the P700/P900 models, so these options are worth some analysis.
The library slow down lightroom due the reason of search algorithm (typically a binary search). I have a patent related to search that could do size independent search timings, adobe can approach my previous employer (they hold it) about it. Can speed things up very much.
Hello John, I've always stored my photographs outside of a "DB" type library. I prefer a flat file system with sub folders that allows me to search and access my originals with any application. I originally started on Windows and the D.A.M. software I used was "Cam2pc". This is still the best design I've ever used to this day for importing. Then 11y ago I migrated to Apple and tried to use lightroom but it wouldn't let me do what I wanted. Then I was given Aperture and after some tinkering, it let me do what I wanted by using an old "Apple Bar Time display UI" trick. It was not as good as "Cam2pc" but it was close enough to make me comfortable. Well about 2 years ago when Apple killed my 6K Mac Pro 3,1, I decided it was time to move back to windows as I wasn't buying a Trashcan Mac Pro. "Cam2pc" still works (Barley, its never been updated). but I discovered ExposureX3 and after some initial testing found a work around for the selective import feature :)
Agreed, I think the problem is people don't understand what a catalog is. I could never use lightroom again and it would have nothing to do with my photos. I would just lose the ease of organization and management. Also, if you end your subscription, you can still use the lightroom management features, you just lose most of the other features. 2b1af7f3a8