Will already covers online account ownership.
Digital assets, I already have a recovery system in place for the kids to be able to access everything online.
Folders organized, and noted for what they might want to keep, versus what is mine (e.g. source code for applications I developed, I doubt...
There are multiple tickets on Adobe about requesting a date search.
Here is one link: https://community.adobe.com/t5/lightroom-ecosystem-cloud-based-ideas/p-search-by-date/idi-p/12239948
Until then, @Victoria Bampton work around is likely the best option.
I am not aware of such an option and had forgotten about it. Very likely the driver for displaying the info on mobile is the lack of screen space. While on the desktop, you have the ability to display the info panel to the right. (press "i" to display it).
Put this in as an idea to Adobe. The...
I have a 30in BenQ m4K wide gamut monitor. Bought in 2017, still works great, and is the primary monitor for my desktop.
When my secondary monitor dies (and it is getting a little unreliable -- a ten year old Apple Cinema Display), I will get another BenQ.
I use Dataspyder for color calibration...
This does not exist in the LrD tool set.
I have not seen a request for it either (but I did not search for it). I would therefore suggest you create this as an idea on the Adobe forum.
The work around is pretty simple execute though. Use Bing or Google (I am sure there are others) maps.
Short answer is no. Knowing the number of megabytes of a camera is not very useful from the photography perspective. It not includes the resolution (length and width) but also the pixel depth. Depth can range from 8bit on the lower end to 14 bits for most higher end cameras (I have read of a...
Not sure about now. However when I was migrating from Classic to the Cloud platform a year or so ago. The updates for space used would run a few days behind.
In fact, at one point when testing, I loaded my complete catalog from Classic (~600GB), and my parents images (~500GB). The app, and the...
I have also found a locally repeatable bug on export from Lr. Note: I am using Cloudy Desktop.
On my desktop, when I export the images always have a brownish cast.
When I export from my laptop, I have no issues.
Since my desktop PC is from 2017 or 2018; and I have a work around; I never pushed...
Glad you are on your way. I did this change, I think a year ago. I did multiple "conversions" over a three a month period to work out many issues.
The fact is, there are just some things easier to accomplish in Classic. So, I ran both side by side for about three months. Working out...
There was a long running intermittent issue with the Windows App Store version when importing images. If you look in the Adobe forums, there are a number of bugs with the Apple Store version, usually related to accounts.
Based on this, I would hesitate to user either platforms App Store.
I am 51 (as of two days ago) my kids (including step kids) range in age from 18 to 31. When I discussed with them previously, all object to printed books.
All prefer a trimmed down library of images. So in my system, that is 2 stars or more. Which is roughly 7,000 out of the 30,000 images I have...
There have been a few brief discussion previously. So far, there does not seem to be any real consensus on what is actually a descent path forward.
My parents are in their mid 70s. Their solution is two fold, my brothers and I have access to the password file to access FB. In FB, my mom has...
First, take a step back and determine your requirements and which platform you want to run.
There are four platforms implied and at play here.
The first two are full blown systems: Mac OS, and Windows.
Second both started as small mobile devices: Apple iOS, and Android
When discussing HW...