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Dec 11, 2018 07:21 |  #1

You can now do some customizing of Develop panels.


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Dec 11, 2018 23:25 |  #2

MCAsan wrote in post #18768684 (external link)
You can now do some customizing of Develop panels.


https://www.adobe.com …oom-classic/features.html (external link)

Long overdue. I love it.


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Dec 12, 2018 10:54 |  #3

No more scrolling down to Level to straighten an image and the back to top again...... I like that.


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Dec 13, 2018 08:00 |  #4

I would have preferred non-destructive adjustment and image layers and some nice styling filters/adjustments. How about content aware eraser? I guess we will never see Lr grow up to be an all-in-one app that other companies are producing.




  
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Dec 13, 2018 09:40 |  #5

Isn't that what PS is for?


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Dec 13, 2018 10:41 |  #6

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Isn't that what PS is for?

I think you missed his point :)


On another note, could someone explain to a non LR user, does "classic" mean subscription or not?


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Dec 13, 2018 11:12 as a reply to  @ CyberDyneSystems's post |  #7

Since LR is a parametric developer adding layers and more complex adjustments would only increase lag. Thus my comment. LR was always meant to be a down and dirty basic developer for the DAM and mass edits.

Yes Classic is subscription.


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Dec 13, 2018 11:36 |  #8

Forgot to add Jake I know you are a C1 user so you wouldn't know this. Adobe introduced Range Mask which is not a complex as layers but it avoids the need to go into PS to use layers in many cases. LR is non destructive. As for styling filters I'm not familiar with them outside of presets, which I have ton of and all free.


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Dec 13, 2018 13:11 |  #9

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I would have preferred non-destructive adjustment and image layers and some nice styling filters/adjustments. How about content aware eraser? I guess we will never see Lr grow up to be an all-in-one app that other companies are producing.

You are on Victoria's site regularly. She lists everything Adobe has added in the last year. I forgot mention new camera profiles, LUT's, managing presets, converting presets so the are now shared with ACR and the improved Auto Tone which I use all of the time now.

Sure I agree that perhaps LR might be lacking a few things that only use one program like competitors have. Adobe hasn't been sitting around in the last year after Classic was introduced which is the only reason I responded. Try a few competitors and one may better suit your needs.

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Dec 14, 2018 13:54 |  #10

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I think you missed his point :)

On another note, could someone explain to a non LR user, does "classic" mean subscription or not?

Classic means that it is the old style full install on essentially one computer, since moving the catalogue around is difficult. It's the version that would be most familiar to those who have been using Lr since before the subscription model was introduced It's official name is Lr CC Classic, and is also known as Version 8. The "new" net centric version now known as Lr CC which is still an installed program transfers all of the images and catalogue data to the Adobe servers, although allowing you to keep local copies too. This is far closer to most peoples idea of a cloud computing system. In both cases though the program is paid for using Adobe's Creative Cloud subscription service. It would seem that you can actually use both Lr CC and Lr CC Classic separately with one Lr subscription payment, but it is probably not a good idea to mix them on the same physical computer. Lr CC has pretty much full integration to Lr mobile, and the web app which is great. But if you are going to use it it is probably best to turn any Lr CC Classic integration you have set off, so that you don't get conflicts.

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Dec 14, 2018 17:59 |  #11

I as well suggest not to run both Classic and LR CC on the same device and this is based on blogs by Victoria Brampton and others. If you choose to sync Classic it sends smart previews to the cloud while LR CC sends the actual files automatically. People work around it and you have to be careful how to manage that. I can’t say in detail as I never installed LR CC.


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Classic means that it is the old style full install on essentially one computer, since moving the catalogue around is difficult. It's the version that would be most familiar to those who have been using Lr since before the subscription model was introduced It's official name is Lr CC Classic, and is also known as Version 8. The "new" net centric version now known as Lr CC which is still an installed program transfers all of the images and catalogue data to the Adobe servers, although allowing you to keep local copies too. This is far closer to most peoples idea of a cloud computing system. In both cases though the program is paid for using Adobe's Creative Cloud subscription service. It would seem that you can actually use both Lr CC and Lr CC Classic separately with one Lr subscription payment, but it is probably not a good idea to mix them on the same physical computer. Lr CC has pretty much full integration to Lr mobile, and the web app which is great. But if you are going to use it it is probably best to turn any Lr CC Classic integration you have set off, so that you don't get conflicts.

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What are styles Alan. I did a quick search but didn’t really find anything. I’m only familiar with camera profiles and presets. I also have DXO PL and haven’t seen anything called Styles.


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Dec 14, 2018 21:08 as a reply to  @ digital paradise's post |  #13

No need. I looked it up for PS. Same thing. Layer styles, preset styles, etc. I thought it was something special.


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Dec 14, 2018 21:28 |  #14

I remember reading somewhere in all the documents that Adobe recommends to use PS for advanced editing. I can't find it but I came across this. Both LR and PS have separate jobs.

Lightroom Classic CC includes all the tools you need for most digital photography tasks in one intuitive solution. It's your go-to app for organizing, enhancing, and sharing your images, every day. It helps photographers work faster and more efficiently with one image, a set of images, or a large image library. Photoshop is the industry standard in digital image editing, with advanced tools that photographers, graphic designers, and other graphics professionals use when they need complete control to perform detailed, pixel-level editing and work with multilayered files. Get both Lightroom Classic CC and Photoshop CC as a part of the Creative Cloud Photography plan.

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