From: Tony Cooper <>
Subject: Re: Lightroom CC
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Subject: Re: Lightroom CC
Date: Sun, 29 Oct 2017 11:17:34 -0400
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On Sun, 29 Oct 2017 10:33:39 +0000, Tim Watts<>

>On a tangent, but under the same topic:
>I just had a very quick play with Lightroom Web.
>It's looking rather promising. I imported some photos (jpg and Lumix RAW).
>I'm stuck in how to get a 1:1 preview to check focus, but other aspects 
>are looking good. Being able to basically organise stuff and have 
>instant access via the web and LR Mobile is cool.
>The editing facilities are pretty cool for a web app too.
>This is from someone who uses Linux and does not have the facilities to 
>run LR Classic well (Windows on a VM is painful).
>My only concerns (apart from not being able to find out how to do a 1:1) 
Evidently, the entire workspace of LR CC is not visible on your
screen.  At the bottom right of the workspace there is "Fit Fill 1:1"
in the row of other choices.  You can click on 1:1 and move the
visible part image around.

>1) The import is a bit vague - can I be sure it got all of them?

I don't see any problem in doing this, but I don't know where the
files are that you want to import.   And, I'm not at all familiar with

>2) Colour tuning the screen... Linux is not great at colour management 
>anyway and now we have a browser in the way too. So how faithful is the 
>colour rendering? Do we need to go to an iPad Pro to really review stuff?
Tony Cooper - Orlando, Florida