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RIP Lightroom?

Discussion in 'photo' started by MartinC, Oct 19, 2017.

  1. Gromit

    Gromit Plasticine Dog

    Correct on both counts.

    In the 'explain your reasons for cancelling' box I just stated my refusal to update my OS to a later version just to use LR Classic. Still, all's done now and I wouldn't be surprised if some of the other PP designers will be looking, now more than ever, to poach LR users.
  2. Lefty

    Lefty pfm Member

    That's terrible - not a good way of treating customers. I've personally got nothing against the subscription model, as long as the price stays reasonable and they don't ditch the 'classic' range of products.

    Having said that, I'm happy to see the development on the mobile front. Adobe were seriously falling behind other developers and it's good to have a credible offering from them (although I still prefer Snapseed)

  3. gavreid

    gavreid pfm Member

    The problem is this - when you buy a paid for piece of software, the company must develop it and release a new version in a timely manner in order to maintain its revenue streams. With the subscription model the reverse is true, and they are under no pressure at all unless a competitor produces something better...
  4. Lefty

    Lefty pfm Member

    I understand what you're saying and agree with it. However, I think the reality of the situation is that they are under immense pressure from their competitors. LR and PS are still my favoured desktop editing combination (not least because I rely on number of plugins for some of my workflows). Having said that, if something better came along, I would jump ship without any hesitation.

  5. garyi

    garyi leave blank

    I have Adobe CC on 1 Pc and 1 Mac, no problem.
  6. Ian Hughes

    Ian Hughes pfm Member

    The Nikon D850 appears to be supported in the new 6.13 update.
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  7. Milan

    Milan pfm Member

    I am waiting for the full version of Macphun (due out 16th of November) to see what that is like.
  8. Bananahead

    Bananahead pfm Member

    Do you mean Luminar from Skylum?

  9. Milan

    Milan pfm Member

    Yes. It seems they changed their name. Due out on the 16th. I have been using the Beta version though too many features are missing. Despite this I like the useability and things like the AI Enhancer. From my limited trials the noise reduction was pretty good too.
  10. Rockmeister

    Rockmeister pfm Member

    anyone tried Luminar? I was just reading a thread on this subject on DPR and Luminar gets a mention.
  11. Milan

    Milan pfm Member

    I have been playing with the Windows beta version (which supports Fuji RAW). The full 2018 version is out this week. Based on the limited beta I have ordered the 2018 version. The main thing it lacks is the cataloging feature that Lightroom is so good at. I'll probably have a more in depth view after I load the full version and get to try a few images.
  12. ron

    ron Tweaker

    Thank you Ian , I've now updated it

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