terrydev

Joined on Feb 13, 2018

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  • If these are your reasons then why spread inaccurate ones?
  • Nope. It's Mac OS 11, Big Sur.
  • None of these charge for access to your own data. Lightroom Classic will export even after you end your subscription. The Cloud version of Lightroom gives you a year to download your images after ...
  • So what's your argument here? They're too forward looking to make their products backward compatible? Well there's a bad smell off that logic because it takes no account of the products they ...
  • Congratulations on quoting my post and then utterly ignoring the point it made. Why did you quote it?
  • That reasonable management was touted as a viable alternative to Lightroom, then it didn't arrive when promised, then when it did arrive it was nothing except the barest of bones. However, again, ...
  • I've no idea about Neo and how good/bad/mediocre it might be. But I do have an idea about Luminar's business practices, and that's my concern here.
  • New App, same old BS: That's from the FAQ here: https://skylum.com/luminar-faq/neo/general
  • Replied in Mac or PC
    Don't you think that might be because you're more familiar with one OS rather than the one you just switched to? I know I use both but I'm massively more familiar with one, and would always ...
  • Man, but everyone has a horror story about Word. That said, in Academia (because they're dreadfully conservative) it's pretty much the default app for everything. So if that's where you're working ...
  • iWorks is, like all the free Apple software, pretty good for a lot if light use. Write a letter? Make a handy flyer? Great. Doing a doctoral thesis? Writing a novel? Not so much. For those kinds ...
  • We're always just about to have an update to the hardware. Even if one is released today, soon another will be along. And it will apparently have all sorts of things that the present version ...
  • Replied in Totally agree
    Off the top of my head: FCP, Motion are a couple right there. And no re-purchasing needed. Wasn't around about then Adobe adopted subscription? If you signed up then those apps would be running too. ...
  • Replied in Totally agree
    Really? can you give us some examples? This is really simple. If the app cannot do anything without a window then it quits when you click the red button on the window. So, SystemPreferences, for ...
  • Replied in Mac or PC
    I can assure that is not the case. It downloads the first time you need it and thereafter it is quite invisible to the user. It makes no significant demands on the resources of the Mac.
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    I think that's the key piece of information, really. If you're comfortable in one environment do you really want to take the time to learn a new one? And what's the cost to you in time of ...
  • You're using a 12 year old machine. Upgrade. It will be faster. Recent machines use USB3 or 4 (Thunderbolt) these are much faster than USB2. Your version of LR will have to upgrade too. Seriously, ...
  • Replied in Thanks folks
    Neo Finder OnOne Photo Raw Photo Supreme are a few more.
  • Lightroom functions as a hub that links to any other application you might prefer to use. You can send Raws to Photolab and receive DNGs back, you can send tiffs to Photoshop, Affinity or any ...
  • If you want a new Mac now, then the MacBookPro and an external monitor is the way to go. As someone pointed out, it's the best of both worlds. The MBP can output 6k video. Also, on the subject of ...
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