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On a Free trial of Lightroom cc (Only 7 days to try so would appreciate any comments from other Lightroom users.

Picture taken at Aldeburgh beach Suffolk. Steel scallop acknowledging Benjamin Brittan who wrote the Opera "Peter Grimes" Grimes was a fisherman who was haunted by the cry's of three apprentice boys lost at sea.

fifi, Nicole Merdrignac, Marie-claire Gallet, Pam J have particularly liked this photo

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HappySnapper club
What I can make of Lightroom cc so far is that it is similar in many ways to editing JPG images in photoshop Elements14 Raw editor.
2 years ago.
 Marek Ewjan Stachowski
Marek Ewjan Stachows…
interesting picture, very nice work
I wish you a successful weekend Maurice → Marek-Ewjan
2 years ago.
Maeluk club
I find the raw editor in Photoshop is a lot better than the elements raw editor. I don't much like lightroom and I use a program called Dx0 Optics 11 pro. It is expensive though. I have Photoshop cs6 which I bought before Photoshop cc came out. I think it is a reasonable monthly price if you want Photoshop which I really like.
2 years ago.
raingirl club
I don't know what the "cc" stands for. I use Lightroom 2.0. Having come from using a darkroom for many years, I really love Lightroom. I took a class from Scott Kelby and that was very helpful. One of the things that helped a lot was learning how he uses Lightroom and Photoshop in conjunction with each other. There's even a way to flip from one to the other. One of the tools that makes my life happier is the adjustment brush where I can work like I would with "burning in" in the darkroom. I know it can be done in photoshop, but it is so much more intuitive for me in Lightroom.

I firmly believe that the best is to use both products to their strengths. (I do use Lightroom more than anything - even just the photo organizing tools make my life easier.)

Good luck figuring out what works for you.

And what a cool sculpture - is it tiny or can you sit on it?
2 years ago.
Pam J club has replied to raingirl club
Laura.. CC _ Creative Cloud

It the way Adobe went to cheat their customers. It means they no longer sell adobe programmes on disk.. you have to pay monthly for them on the Internet. It will also mean as they update its very possible if you do not regularly change your computer that you may hit problems.

Think of it this way.. lets say you would have paid $150 for a disked programme.. that equals at their CHEAPEST plan tier 15 mths... Now.. you keep paying and paying.
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
HappySnapper club has replied to raingirl club
Follow this link re size
Aldeburgh beach Suffolk.
2 years ago.
 Pam J
Pam J club
I have Lightroom 4 and hate it. I can do as much in an old version of PS Elements and if I really want to push it.. a couple of free progs.

But as Laura said.. you have to use what you find best for you.

Was and am a huge Brittan fan and was lucky enough to see him perform at Aldeburgh twice.
2 years ago. Edited 2 years ago.
HappySnapper club has replied to Pam J club
Thanks Pam.
Right at this moment I think I will be ditching Lightroom at the end of the trial period, I do like some of the adjustment tools on it but the rest seems far to complicated. I think processing all the JPG's in the PS Elements Raw editor will bring out much the same result (enough to satisfy my photographic level anyway). and that "Creative cloud"! what's that all about, I did not want it in the first place.
2 years ago.
 Roger (Grisly)
Roger (Grisly) club
It's a terrific image anyway Maurice,
2 years ago.
 Jaap van 't Veen
Jaap van 't Veen club
I think it is excellent work.
2 years ago.
 Marie-claire Gallet
Marie-claire Gallet club
Great capture, Maurice !! Happy Sunday to you !!
2 years ago.
 Nicole Merdrignac
Nicole Merdrignac club
Photo très réussie. Cordialement .Nicole.
2 years ago.

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