dj_paige

dj_paige

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  • So after your first trip to NIK, you have in LR the original, and you have the TIF created from NIK. Then you choose the TIF, you select edit original (this is the TIF with the NIK first trip ...
  • The original in Lightroom is the photo file that came out of the camera, and the image portion of this photo is never changed by Lightroom. It is not the TIF. If you want to do additional edits in ...
  • Great explanation!
  • http://www.computer-darkroom.com/lr2_find_folder/find-folder.htm
  • Hmmm ... that doesn't sound anything like what I described. There is no "saving" of images on each computer. There is copying the image files and catalog file to the external HD. I was extremely ...
  • There's no importing or exporting involved here. Step 1: copy the photos to the external HD, keeping the folder hierarchy unchanged. Step 2: copy the catalog file to the external HD (preferably, ...
  • This explains it: http://blogs.adobe.com/jkost/2013/11/video-tutorial-what-is-the-difference-between-lightroom-or-bridge.html
  • I'm pretty sure you can't change the behavior of the Undo command. However, to remove the previous edit of any image, you can go to the history panel and then click on the edit just below it.
  • Again, you've given us almost no information to guide you. How can we pick for you? I say you'd be better off spending the $100 on Amazon Prime, and you'll have $1 left over.
  • Your GPU is not supported for use in Lightroom, so it cannot cause Lightroom to operate faster. So if you are seeing a speed improvement, it is not from the GPU. You should turn it off (and you ...
  • There is no free trial of Lightroom 6 specifically. The free trial is for Lightroom CC 2015, and it contains all of the features of Lightroom 6, plus a number of other features that are not in ...
  • I doubt there are significant speed improvements going to LR 6 from LR 5 unless you have a 4K or larger monitor, in which case LR 6 could show significant speed improvements. There are significant ...
  • Richard, I agree with this completely, I tell people to develop workflows that don't require moving photos from here to there, it's much simpler, there's less chance for error, and there's less ...
  • That's helpful, but you already have CS5, and as far as I know, CS5 has a relatively powerful sharpening tool, probably as good as anything in Lightroom (although I suppose that is subjective in ...
  • We have no idea what type of photography you perform, and what your software (or other) needs are. You are talking to total strangers here, you won't get informed opinions about WHAT YOU NEED.
  • Actually, the article I provided recommends the opposite (and I recommend that too). Move the photos in your operating system, not LR, and then re-connect in Lightroom. This is much safer, as ...
  • If you upgrade to LR 6, your Lightroom 5 remains on your computer as a fully functional piece of software. The Lightroom 6 catalog file cannot be used in Lightroom 5. You can transfer most of your ...
  • While that's good news, it might be a good time to actually try to learn about where Lightroom has stored your edits and other metadata, and how to actually move photos in case you ever want to do ...
  • I don't think its really a good idea to have some unknown strangers on the Internet, who know nothing about you, give you advice on how to spend your money/gift card. If it was me, I'd spend some ...
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    Anyone who wants that can purchase lots of other software to get it.
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