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Last year, Adobe shook up its Lightroom ecosystem — and quite a lot of its longtime customers — by announcing Lightroom CC 1.

Today, Adobe released Lightroom CC 2.

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One of the primary reasons for building a cloud-focused version of Lightroom is to be able to share an entire photo library among multiple devices.

Lightroom CC uploads everything to Creative Cloud by default, even Raw files, and from that high perch it can ensure that the images and edits are Cc and dt raw sync in Lightroom clients on the desktop, tablets, and phones.

The company already uses it to deliver better results when clicking the Auto button in Edit mode, and to search for objects and scenes based on visual recognition. In Lightroom CC 2. In the new Lightroom CC People View, the library is indexed and analyzed in data centers instead of your computer. When you type within the Search bar, Lightroom presents possible metadata matches as you type, including camera, lens, and shooting data.

The web component of Lightroom at lightroom. The new Share tab collects shared items in one central place.

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Right now the only option is to tie Lightroom to an Adobe Portfolio site, but the company hopes to add vendors such as photo labs or photo book printers.

One annoyance with the Share tab is that its button is an icon that looks like two people, which is where folks are going to click when attempting to open the People view. I've been Cc and dt raw the beta for a while and I still do it. It applies only to the system library, not any separate libraries you may have created. When Lightroom CC first appeared, I used it almost exclusively for several months because I was writing a book about it.

Those are actions that continue to reverberate among the people who were impacted by them.

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Adobe is wisely undertaking a more gradual transition, continuing to develop both Lightroom CC and Lightroom Classic simultaneously without an apparent rush to supplant the latter.

Will Lightroom CC ultimately become the one true Lightroom in the future? In the meantime, I think Lightroom CC is becoming more compelling, but Lightroom Classic photographers, especially if they rely on Classic-only features, will continue to watch for it to get more interesting. The notion that I could view, or edit, photos on anything less than a 5K monitor is to demean all my high-end Canon Cc and dt raw.

If LR is truly designed for professionals, leave it alone. Photo sharing and cloud storage are great for things like Flickr and Instagram but that's about it. I have yet to use the Catalog feature of LR I keep my photos where I want them, not on some huge Catalog with multiple terabytes of dataso I imagine I won't be using the Cc and dt raw anytime soon.

Who would use this? I shoot professionally and I cannot imagine using an iPad to edit, or even look at, hundreds of RAW files that are all at least 30MB apiece.

If LR Classic ever goes away I am going to be very upset.

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The whole "cloud-based" notion of photo storage is very nice if all you use is an iPhone. For professionals, it's absurd. Store locally on my harddrive in my Dropbox business folder. The very smart things happens when I use smartsync, and tells Dropbox to only keep the file online.

Lightroom still sees the file as being local, and when I open it, Dropbox delivers the file in the background.

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This way I can cleanup local physical use of storage, but still gets the benefits of an alternatve cloud provider, to Cc and dt raw my backup and longterm trashbin, if I make a deletion I regret. Lightroom forgets the edits, but until they make a trashbin, its a good workaround the problem. Onedrive can do similar if you prefer this. I don't want my pictures to be bound to a foreign cloud with questions and no answers about their use in the future.

I currently use a Synology NAS and it's very convenient for me and my family.

No need using a prog devoted to the cloud. DxO will do the job, and better. Does anyone know if this can be done in Cc and dt raw 'cc' version? Expecially assuming that, given it's complexity, it's the part which makes most of the subscription fee. I coulnd't care less of that CC thing. Are you kidding me, Adobe?

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Who'd Cc and dt raw so silly to pay you 1 year in advance if shelling out a monthly fee ends up to the very same yearly amount?? That way I can pull in my massive shoots, cull out all of the interesting ones I want to keep forever, then only upload those. I use the smart previews to cull on my iPad way faster to do the first few rounds and to crop using the iPad and it works great.

But I want to be able Cc and dt raw have the ability for the final real files to stay on the web, especially when I want to share them out to others.

If a fire happens at my house and I lose pics, the culled curated originals are all I really care about anyhow. I guess when classic goes away I will go back to ps or to a non adobe product.

I want my files on my computer not on some else's.

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The cloud is fine for backup. It will be along time coming when when a shared cloud resource can provide the same graphic response as a local computer.

Zero knowledge assumptions is good to have a heard. And then the backup is automatic in the background so. My computer is way faster at 'graphic response' than anything the Cloud has been able to come up with.

Also, I can work on my photos anywhere without having to rely on an internet connection. Photomatte you have no clue how the cloud works and yet complain about something Cc and dt raw made up in your mind without having any clue if you are correct.


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