RobertSigmund: All points apply to me - except the last!
I'm not sure anyone understands all the points about Adobe's subscription. I know that I don't. Let's list some questions.1. Will Adobe continue to support PSCS6, i.e.. Camera Raw and OS compatibility updates? I think so, but I'm not positive. 2. Will the single product subscription increase next year? Answer: We have to wait for next year, but I don't think Adobe will raise it and risk losing it's customers for good.2. Can I do my processing in the cloud and download/store the processed images on my own storage device? Yes.3. If my software is in the cloud, and I want to open a raw image on my PC/MAC, do I have to upload it to the cloud or buy another product to do do that? I think I would need a product like Lightroom which I own.4. And finally, is Adobe's strategy good for investors. Absolutely yes. Just look at Directtv, Netflix and other successful subscription services.
benross: Copyright of what? Technically, the photo on top of this thread can not be published in Canada (Quebec for sure) without the consent of the person in the middle of the picture. So I don't think this law gives a lot of confidence to photographers anyway!
Wrong! As long as you can't see the person's face, it does not need any permission.
Najinsky: Probably should read 4.2 release candidate?
-Courtesy of Najinsky's proof reading services.
Don't see a fix for the sloppy raw processing of x-pro1 files.
Adobe disappoints again with continued failure to add support forFujifilm x-pro1.
Dan Ortego: Sony is in the same boat (sorry, couldn't resist) so maybe this may sway them to build a plant somewhere that's less prone to flooding. Say... Arizona.
Two of you need to look up the definition of predecessor. I think you meant "successor".