Subject: Re: Lightroom CC
On Mon, 23 Oct 2017 22:12:26 -0400, Davoud<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> The following are observations and comments on the new Lightroom CC
>> and not at all criticisms. Each of us who use Lightroom have our own
>> workflow that we've become used to and a requirement to change that
>> workflow is usually not viewed well. And, each of us has different
>I have been in a secret underground bunker for some time as a beta
>tester for Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom CC. I thought of myself
>as a representative of the advanced-amateur cohort. I bought Lightroom
>when it first appeared and ran it alongside Aperture. I saw the
>handwriting on the wall long before Apple discontinued Aperture and
>transitioned to Lightroom for all of my asset management and
>pre-processing well before Apple discontinued Aperture.
>Even so, I don't yet have a complete handle on how I will use the two
>new apps together. I know how they work, learned some of Adobe's
>thinking, even accepted the mistake Adobe made in naming the apps, but
>I haven't settled on a personal workflow.
>Executive summary: Your points make sense, but readers should bear in
>mind that Lightroom CC is four days old. It's version 1. I doubt that
>anyone has mastered all of the ins and outs at this point. much less
>settled on a workflow. Let's see what it looks like a year from now.
>> I have no particular need for, or interest in, access to LR from more
>> than one work station. But, I downloaded LR CC and gave it a run.
>Why not give it a run!
I have openly declared that the major advantage - the ability to
access and work on images without being tied to the home workstation -
is not something that resonates with me. That doesn't prejudice me in
reviewing working with the product, but it does make me a bit less
enthusiastic about learning a new workflow.
But, like many users of this type of app, I couldn't resist trying it
It can be tantamount to having lunch with Tom