Jim in Hudson

Lives in United States OH, United States
Joined on Jun 15, 2012

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  • The "Download originals to this Mac" won't matter to you at the moment as you don't have anything in iCould Photos library to download.  Only the opposite will happen... upload to iCloud.  You ...
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    It clearly meets your needs exceedingly well or you wouldn't be spending $250/year to use it.  The minimum you can spend is $100/year and that really only gives you a fancy DAM with some basic ...
  • If a person objects to Lightroom over the subscription model then, for all practical purposes, they will object to Mylio as well.  Their plan that includes RAW support costs the same as the ...
  • Saw this on MacRumors... Apple offering one-on-one instruction on editing with Photos: https://www.macrumors.com/2018/08/28/apple-photos-app-phone-lessons/
  • Ah, I see.  IIRC, Fuji abandoned the EXR sensor concept a few years ago so maybe that's why Apple isn't supporting it.  I've had two X-Trans sensor cameras and those RAW files all seem to be fine ...
  • Andy, have you done something special with your RAF files?  I ask because I have a small number in Photos and they seem to be supported like any other RAW file is for me.
  • I imagine Clix Pix has read your voluminous posts praising Lightroom while trashing everything else.  Do you really need to put her through a Spanish Inquisition over some software?
  • The latest incarnation of Photos has been generally praised pretty well as a RAW editor, especially if combined with the RAW Power app.  Is there a free app that's better? Someone on this forum ...
  • Thanks for the link to your blog.  I can't read your diagram as the lettering is too small.  Am I missing something that I should be doing?
  • As was pointed out in the comments section of the article, it wasn't set up as a fair fight.  The 13" model only had 8 GB RAM while the 15" model had the default 16 GB RAM.  Spend $200 to pull the ...
  • All good comments from Andy.  One additional thought is to wait for the release of macOS 10.14 (Mojave) before deciding to do anything.  We don't know if there will be any changes to Photos and if ...
  • I *think* iPhoto has a command to rebuild the database.  Have you tried that?
  • I'm sure many here remember the stacking functionality of Aperture.  The user defines the parameters and the application creates the stack.  Generally, it was images captured at an adjustable ...
  • Agree though the T2 chip may be of use even if the Touch Bar may not. Apple claimed the T2 chip is designed to handle file encryption/decryption on the fly, taking the burden of that task off of ...
  • I'm not really a Photos user but am curious if anyone knows what changes/enhancements the application is receiving with the Mojave update.  Thanks in advance for anything you can share.
  • I'm sure there is a market for a 17" (or even 15") model that's thicker with more ports, etc. But how big is that market? Apple sells a total of about 17M Macs across all it's lines in a year so ...
  • Here's the implication I'm drawing from your statement: Serious work = requires a Mac Pro or iMac Pro therefore... Doesn't require Mac Pro or iMac Pro = isn't serious work I don't see how that view ...
  • Independent testing is now showing scores for the i9 to be right in line with "thin" Windows laptops sporting the same processor.  Do you think they all have a problem, too?
  • You list many virtues of the MBP but exclude any mention of the Touch Bar as the OP asked.  Should we assume your view is negative?
  • It's been widely reported that Mojave DOES support 32-bit apps. https://9to5mac.com/2018/06/05/macos-mojave-32-bit-support/ https://www.macrumors.com/2018/06/05/mojave-last-macos-release-to-support ...
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