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Giving up Adobe Subscription

Neelly

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Hi I tried to search for this as I was sure it must have asked before but got no results.
So if I give up my Adobe subscription, i find myself using Photolabs more and more, can I still use some of the modules of Lightroom Classic, and if so which ones.
Although Photolabs is a great raw converter it totally lacks cataloguing functions so I really need something to manage files.
 

Neelly

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Thanks for that that would work perfectly

Neil
 

mcasan

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Photo Mechanic 6 can be an alternative to Lr Library if you are giving up on Adobe. The Photo Mechanic DAM (PM6+) is beta now and should be out later this year.
 

Zenon

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Before giving up on LR you should update to 8.3 and try out the new Texture feature.
 

PhilBurton

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Yes, you can still use all modules apart from the Develop and Map modules.
Can you still import new images? And apply keywords? And print them?
 
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Yes, just not go into Develop or Map. New images should be from cameras supported by the version of LR.
 
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You are still allowed to update your version, amazingly enough.
 
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