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Recent content by jmj2001

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    Cannot publish to Flickr after moving computers

    I was using the Flickr publishing service successfully with several version of Lightroom CC Classic. Recently I moved Lightroom and all the photos to a new Windows 10 PC. Everything went well (thanks to Victoria's instructions) except that I can no longer use the Flickr publishing services...
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    Understanding the use of the Adobe Cloud storage by CC

    Thanks, I think I understand now and this implies that, in the case of a RAW file imported into LR CC on Android (for example), there will be eventually be two copies in the Adobe cloud. The first one would be in the LR CC part of the cloud (where I could only see it via the CC apps)...
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    Understanding the use of the Adobe Cloud storage by CC

    I have what I think is a related question. Up till now I have used the Creative Cloud Photography Plan with 20 GB storage. My main catalog in Lightroom Classic covers about 500 GB of files (going back years, etc) on my home desktop PC. It would be tempting to upgrade to the 1 TB plan if I...
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    LR Classic CC - Any happy campers?

    Since my earlier post, I have gone ahead and tested my setup with LR Classic on a "home" desktop PC running Windows 7 and LR CC on a "travelling" Windows 10 laptop. My characterisation of LR CC as "Lightroom Mobile for Windows 10" seems quite accurate. I can import some new RAW images on the...
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    LR Classic CC - Any happy campers?

    JIm, Thanks a lot for the very fast and complete answer. Exactly what I hoped for and I am trying all that on the laptop now. Very much appreciated - John
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    LR Classic CC - Any happy campers?

    I upgraded without problems to Lightroom Classic CC on my home desktop PC. Since that still runs Windows 7, I don't have the option to install the new Lightroom CC. However the 1 TB storage is attractive so I am pondering the upgrade anyway. I suppose I could install Lightroom CC on my...
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    No metadata/flags/stars in LrM grid view

    In previous versions of Lightroom Mobile it was possible to overlay flags and/or stars and/or metadata on the photo thumbnails in grid view. This was changed by a two-finger tap and was very useful. Now nothing is displayed, two-finger tap does not work and there is no way to do this in the...
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    Working with Canon CR2 Files on Mobile?

    Ah, I was wondering how you knew that - it's the option to download the original RAW file from Lightroom Web.
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    Working with Canon CR2 Files on Mobile?

    I thought that they might replace them with Smart Previews rather than the full .CR2 (or similar) files. Then they would be like any other photos uploaded from .CR2 files via Lightroom Desktop.
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    Working with Canon CR2 Files on Mobile?

    Hello Victoria, When I connect the OTG cable with the SD card reader and camera card to my Samsung tablet, the Samsung file manager app opens up on the SD card. In my case (which is probably typical for an Android tablet), it shows 3 storage locations: (1) the internal Device...
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    Working with Canon CR2 Files on Mobile?

    I thought I said it in my previous post but perhaps I was not explicit enough. All of this really works! The RAW files can be uploaded through LRM on an Android tablet or drag-and-dropped into Lightroom Web and they will eventually sync, in their full size and everything, to your Lightroom...
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    Working with Canon CR2 Files on Mobile?

    I do this quite frequently when travelling, in one of two ways: 1. If I have my laptop with me (and good WiFi ...), i copy the .CR2 (and .JPG) files to the laptop from the camera's SD card. Then I open Lightroom on the Web and just drag the files from WIndows explorer into collections in...
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    Workflow Thoughts? Your input greatly appreciated.

    Hello Doug1234, Yes, I'd missed the point about the feeder in your post above and was thinking of my own experience with a flatbed scanner. It would certainly make a difference to be able to go away and leave a stack of slides being scanned automatically. The feeder seems to be a fairly...
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    Workflow Thoughts? Your input greatly appreciated.

    I also have the problem of digitising a large collection of slides, including my father's going back to the 1950s. I tried using a scanner for a while but realised that the process was so slow I would never finish. Instead I now use an (rather cheap) Opteka slide duplicator attached to an...
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    Best Tablet (for the $)

    I have a Samsung Galaxy Tab S with a very high quality 10" screen which works beautifully with Lightroom Mobile. I have also had iPads but prefer the flexibility of Android overall (although I'm not so keen on Samsung's layer on top of it - I prefer my HTC phone in that respect). If you travel...
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