Thanks Ken, I pretty much agree and ...
I think the $10/month is a bargain. Whether that changes, we'll see.
I also like to see what else is developing. I also have many legacy
camera files, but not sure I will go back to them that often.
I will continue to explore Capture One and maybe ON1. I never got
into Lightroom so for me the learning curves are the same.
WayneS - always behind the learning curve
At 6/6/2019 08:28 PM, Ken wrote:
>Unfortunately, for me, there really is no viable alternative right
>now. I need full support of my legacy cameras, as well as advancements
>in multi-device and mobile integration. For all that, there is only
>one choice. Adobe.
>The argument is that there should be no need for legacy camera support
>if I get more current cameras. While that is true, what is also true
>is that I frequently go back to pictures shot years ago and convert or
>reconvert them for new purposes. Until the other major players
>understand that, I have to stick with Adobe.
>Besides, it's not like Lightroom is horrible. I'm rather pleased with
>it and the latest series of updates has just about totally eliminated
>the need for the NIK suite.
>Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/
Themed Olympus Photo Exhibition: http://www.tope.nl/