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07/21/2020 02:03:18 PM · #1
Holy cow -- I always did this by hand.

PAINFULLY

by hand.

07/21/2020 02:45:36 PM · #2
You didn't ask!

ETA: When it works, it's a fantastic timesaver. It can and does fail in a subset of cases.

Message edited by author 2020-07-21 14:46:30.
07/21/2020 02:59:23 PM · #3
Wow, that looks good. I've still been using CS5 but I'm planning to download a trial version of CC on my new laptop to see if it can cope. I hope so because it seems like I'm missing out on some wonderful features.

Can someone tell me what other features I need to look out for?

Message edited by author 2020-07-21 15:00:35.
07/21/2020 03:16:46 PM · #4
Frankly there are quite a few differences, CS5 is pretty old now. Much of it is evolutionary, though, and the interface changes should not be too big a change. I definitely recommend updating to CC. I'm not normally a fan of subscription software, but frankly for the price, the Adobe Photography plan is one of the best deals running.
07/21/2020 03:49:49 PM · #5
Whoa dang!

Thank you, Wendy!


Obviously, no one else loves me. :D

I can't wait to try it after watching a video just now.

07/21/2020 03:50:02 PM · #6
Originally posted by kirbic:

Frankly there are quite a few differences, CS5 is pretty old now. Much of it is evolutionary, though, and the interface changes should not be too big a change. I definitely recommend updating to CC. I'm not normally a fan of subscription software, but frankly for the price, the Adobe Photography plan is one of the best deals running.


The subject selection is a lot better, imo.

07/21/2020 04:06:25 PM · #7
Originally posted by vawendy:


The subject selection is a lot better, imo.


Yeh, like light years ahead.
07/21/2020 04:54:01 PM · #8
Originally posted by kirbic:

Frankly there are quite a few differences, CS5 is pretty old now. Much of it is evolutionary, though, and the interface changes should not be too big a change. I definitely recommend updating to CC. I'm not normally a fan of subscription software, but frankly for the price, the Adobe Photography plan is one of the best deals running.


I'll definitely try it out as soon as I have time. Just the ability to process RAW files without having to convert them to DNG first would be a big plus.

I just hope my laptop will cope with CC.
07/21/2020 08:07:16 PM · #9
use the lightroom classic, however, not the complete CC version. That is just a stripped down classic with some toys

07/21/2020 08:14:27 PM · #10
Originally posted by vawendy:

use the lightroom classic, however, not the complete CC version. That is just a stripped down classic with some toys


and if you like the features and want to keep using it look out for specials, including on amazon as I recall, where you can purchase a 12 month membership for over 20% savings if you are interested.
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