You missed a point there. If you are shooting in raw plus JPEG, then classic treats the two files as a single file. Classic does all edits from the raw, the JPEG is just there in the disk and kept as a pointer in the software. Unless you split it, the JPEG is never seen, used, viewed...
Historically I have used Freidl's publish to a disk plugin based on smart collections to manage images which are synced to OneDrive and then picked up by digital picture frames.
I have each frame looking for in specific folders. How are people pushing images to digital picture frames with Cloudy?
Ok, after playing in Lr for a couple days again.
Ignoring my whole processing workflow based on smart collections. I have spent the last couple days getting my head all twisted around the collections/albums mapping and what that would mean. I kind of felt like I was losing the whole image...
I am sure you have documented somewhere on here a how-to setup Lr and Lr Classic for your workflow.
I have found the overview (load via cloudy, cull on cloudy, some meta tagging on cloudy, sync down to classic).
But I am missing the details, and also how do I delete the existing sync I...
Wondering if there have been any changes in the comparison. Looks like I am still down to two major functions I would miss.
Smart Collections (use for processing workflow, seems like folders/albums would be a giant step backwards) and keyword hierarchy.
I am not home, so I cannot give the exact steps.
But in your case, you need to rename building under the top level.
Copy building from the child level to the top.
Then do a bulk assignment or use a tool like John B. Search and Replace.
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Lack of backup/export for leaving "Cloudy" are some what of a stopper for me.
Also is missing features plus storage costs. I have massively trimmed down my kept images so I only use 600GB. However, when I look at history, I am adding more and larger files as we go along. So I will pass the 1TB...
4K 30in BenQ Photo monitor (38XX vertical)
2.5K 30in Apple Display (older monitor)
4K 31in something no-name monitor (38XX vertical, came with off brand computer I bought for kids)
When working images:
-- The BenQ is my primary editing screen for Lr.
-- I use the Apple Display...
I went from one 2k monitor, to two 2k monitors, to one 30in BenQ 4k monitor to two 4k monitors.
Since I added the second 4K monitor, I actually find I almost never use both monitors for Lr. When I want two monitors to Lr, it is not supported. (e.g. I want to have two copies of the library open...
So my wife, parents, in laws... Have all decided that we should build out a family photo system that can be handed down more easily than a file cabinet of a jumble of images or in OneDrive/Apple Photos/Google Drive... Guess who was assigned the task to figure it out?
Since we are spread over...
I do not think there is anything new. Canon and Adobe have differed in the approach for colors, contrast and many other defaults as long as I have used both ~2013.
And this is more of a philosophical difference I believe; and does not materially affect the ability to of the companies to work...
I use McCaffee currently, I often switch between vendors every year based on when who has the best deal going. If you are doing regular browsing, any of the major players is fine.
Note: between myself, kids and my wife, I have to protect roughly 8 computers. That means I am always buying...
Yes, you can do that. In fact that is how I run. I have all images and catalog in my OneDrive.
Originally I did this to have everything replicate to my laptop. You have to ensure all replication is completed before opening on the second computer, but it is doable. Note: if you are not careful...
Because it can be fun to speculate. :)
Actually, if Apple does not re-implement the CISC X64 instruction set; I would expect they will include an emulator to run such programs. Historically, most of the emulators handle simple graphical commands, and not the full rich set that has been developed...
You are seeing the result of a few major factors:
1. Apple made the jump back back in the 2003/4 time frame that Microsoft made with Windows 10.
2. Microsoft/Intel/AMD really stepped up the game on HW detailed specs to solve a lot of driver issues in the twenty teens. Only now...
I had only a few in V3 since I started with Lr in 2012. In reality, I redid most of the images starting in 2016 so most were already at V4.
I checked old images, if no match on camera or lens. The checkbox is selected but it does nothing; so like the behavior :)
Never mind. I recall now, make changes to one image.
Select all images.
Choose Sync under Settings. Choose what to copy/paste. (Process version and lens correction in my case).
Go open a bottle of wine.
Has anyone tried to do a bulk update of all images to a new process version?
And also enable auto application of lens corrections (remove chromatic aberrations and enable profile corrections) if lens is known?
Going through each image one at a time would be rather painful. (They show up in...
Actually I am using John B's smart workflow. And that is my GPS example above. The filter lock @johnbeardy suggested solves that one.
I downloaded John's Search/Replace tool last night and plan to test it with some keywords and caption/title tasks next week when I get home.
Not currently. I still have the listview. How would search and replace work?
A quick look on your webpage about it gives me an idea. I could expand the keywords some, and automatically generate the title. :)