Switching to Lightroom from another application


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Switching to Lightroom from another application

For years, I've been taking a very manual approach to my post-production workflow. And by that, I mean, I've used the Finder on my Mac, that's the Explorer on Windows, to make folders myself and copy images into them, keep them all organized, and then I've used Adobe Bridge to Browse those images and edit metadata and launch things into Photoshop. You could also maybe use PhotoMechanic, which would be a little bit faster but have more difficult integration with Photoshop. I have finally, about six or seven months ago, made the switch to Lightroom.

I put it off for a long time because I, I really liked the system that I had and I'm, I really like editing in Photoshop, I really like editing in Camera RAW, and I liked how it all fit together. Lightroom just really wasn't where I wanted it to be to have the integration with Photoshop that I wanted. I've made the switch because Adobe Bridge is on a deadend. It's not going to be developed anymore. It's just going to be in...

Switching to Lightroom from another application
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