dj_paige

dj_paige

Lives in United States Buffalo, NY, United States
Works as a Statistician/Credit Risk Analyst
Joined on Oct 13, 2003

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  • I have seen people refer to the old Lightroom 6 and earlier by the name of Lightroom Classic, which is incorrect. And sometimes, in what I have read, Lr 6 and earlier users apparently do get the ...
  • I would think so, if you got it from the DarkTable web site. Microsoft does this for your protection, it sees an app it doesn't recognize and thinks maybe somehow malware is being installed ...
  • Free software: RawTherapee DarkTable
  • and sharper, which I would think is the main reason you would want the Z lenses I can't speak specifically about this DX lens, but the general consensus, by almost every reviewer, is that the Z ...
  • Wow. You didn't tell us what software you are using. It's hard to answer without knowing that.
  • Replied in LrC 13 is out
    Lots of discussion on this, see here: https://www.dpreview.com/forums/post/67407668
  • I don't think that is a fair conclusion. Yes, LrC is subscription, but as pointed out by Zeee, it should run fine for a month or more when you disconnect from the internet.
  • What about the Nikon NIKKOR Z 24-200mm f/4-6.3 VR?? Of course, there is really no such thing as "most versatile". There is such a thing as "best for your uses", but you would have to decide how ...
  • I think your computer is not as powerful as you think it is. Taking a long time is almost always a symptom under-powered hardware. Please tell us, specifically and in detail, what actions are ...
  • It's not the files that have to be collected together into one location. It is the edits that you will want to have all in the same software at some point in time, regardless of where the files ...
  • For anyone reading along, the 20GB cloud space becomes important when you use Lightroom (not Lightroom Classic) and store photos in the cloud, although it sounds like the OP does not plan to use ...
  • You can certainly move from one software to another with no restrictions — except that you have to do the work to do the move so that your photos and edits are all in one place. If you edit photo ...
  • Here is the Adobe description of working with local files using Lightroom (not Lightroom Classic) https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom-cc/using/whats-new/2024.html#local
  • This is very open-minded of you. We do see people unfortunately who are very closed-minded on these issues. So I congratulate you for your positive attitude. Brief advice, similar to what was said ...
  • What is it about Lightroom Classic that you want to try? You have stated previously that you would probably ignore the features of the catalog (you still have to import, as I and others have ...
  • The whole point of using Lightroom CLASSIC is for the catalog. Lightroom (a different piece of software than Lightroom Classic, and different from the old Lightroom 6) does not have a catalog.
  • Let's clear up the confusing names Adobe has chosen. Lightroom Classic, the successor to Lr 6, requires you to import photos into the catalog. Based on the OP's title, he is talking about ...
  • A more global answer: Any lost or hidden panels in Lightroom Classic are available via the menu command Window->Panels. Also, right-clicking on any panel name gives you the ability to hide or ...
  • Agreed.
  • What a shame you phrase this so negatively. You have made a smart decision and get software with a huge amount of valuable features.
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