Do I look like a man with a plan ?
Very unique composition. How did you not win ?
Tom Mounsey: No Support for Windows XP means goodbye Adobe for me. I'm sick of being mugged by companies like Adobe and Microsoft milking us every 18 months to stay on their merry-go-rounds.
So... which OS and which version of LR are you using now ?
peevee1: “We want to create a product that will change the concept of cameras,” Kimura said in the Bloomberg interview. “It could be a non-camera consumer product.”
Something wearable, like glasses (with camera), watch (with camera), bluetooth headset (with camera), brooch (with, you guessed it...).
.. none of those are "non-camera".
Nikon could change it's own concept of cameras by creating one that can focus correctly and doesn't splatter oil.
Granted, adding a call feature to their point & shoot is probably more important to them.
D400 or bust.
SeeRoy: Good to know that by adding perspective correction we'll now be seeing far more top-heavy buildings in holiday snaps.
The problem is that the feature "over-corrects".I don't see a problem with SeeRoy's comment.
And if Adobe were oversensitive enough to remove things due to complaints, Photoshop would be a pretty empty program.
Acrobat wouldn't even exist.
Did your LR3 stop working ?
So don't upgrade. Obviously you're not all that into upgrading anyway.What happens when your XP doesn't run ANYTHING new? Does that mean goodbye computing?
I hardly consider dropping support for an OS over a decade old.. "mugging".
... some people LOVE to complain...
Really?Host removing entries due to her own opinion of them?Sounds like a fair challenge!
Maybe another "Doors" challenge is due... you know... a fair one.
Better yet.... something a bit more interesting than "doors".