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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 6

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  • Organize, perfect, and share - Lightroom combines all your digital photography essentials in one fast, intuitive application
  • Lightroom lets you get the best from every pixel in your photos, whether you shot them with a pro DSLR camera or a camera phone
  • Experiment fearlessly with nondestructive tools - your original images are never altered
  • Share easily - express your vision, show your talent, share moments and memories
  • Lightroom provides the tools you need to share your best images for social media, the web, slideshows and prints

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Light room 6 gives you all your digital photography essentials in one fast, intuitive application. Efficiently find and organize all your photos. Perfect your shots with powerful one-click adjustments and a full range of advanced controls. Easily share your work on social networks, in video slideshows, HTML5 web galleries, and more.


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I was on the verge of purchasing the Lightroom 6 standalone product when I discovered the following:

Adobe is in the process of moving its products to a subscription-only based business model. The subscription-based version of Lightroom, for which you will pay a monthly fee and never actually "own" the product, will be updated regularly with both fixes and new features. The standalone product (which is this one) will get only fixes. You will have to wait until the next major upgrade (i.e. version 6 to version 7, although it appears uncertain they will even continue a standalone version at all after this one) to get "new" features.

Already there are complaints from users that 2 months after the release of version 6, Adobe has added new features to the subscription version (like the haze filter) that you cannot get on the standalone. So just be aware of what you are getting (or not getting) with the stand-alone version of this software. It's a very good product - but I give it a single star rating for what I would consider a lousy business model for the amateur-semipro market.
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Lightroom 6 isn't that much different than version 5, so I'm not going to rehash explaining what the program does and why it is so great.

There are four new features that are intended to convince version 5 users to upgrade:

-Better performance
-Facial recognition
-Panorama merge
-HDR merge

I suspect what people care most about are Panorama and HDR. (I've never had performances issues with LR5, and I doubt LR users are taking tons of pictures of friends and family over and over again that they need facial recognition).

Here's the good news about these features:

The output file for both the HDR and Panorama merge is Adobe DNG (RAW) so you can continue to modify the photo as a RAW film in Lightroom. This is pretty cool. Every program I've used for HDR and Panorama can only output a JPEG or TIFF even when they can accept a RAW files as an input (and of course, it's a major pain to have to convert your RAW files to TIFF or JPEG for programs that cannot accept RAW). (If I'm wrong on these please let me know and I'll change my review).

The process has also been designed to run in the background so that you can continue using Lightroom while it's running -- it doesn't eat up all of the resources forcing you to take a break while it runs.

Here's the bad news:

You have almost no ability to fine-tune the HDR and Panoramic merge process. It's pretty much all automatic. Now both process work pretty well despite this. And programs that give you a tons of options can encourage endless unnecessary fine tuning that will ultimately get you to the same place as what Lightroom provides.
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I posted a one-star review a few hours ago and have retracted it. This revision would be higher but I'm still ticked over the serial number issue. Like several other one-star reviewers I could not find the serial number to install the software, even after over an hour of browsing the Adobe www site and going in circles that always led to having me look on the box or the DVD sleeve.

After tearing the box apart to prove my case by scanning the cover and back, I found the serial number on the inside box cardboard. You can kind of see the serial number by visiting the URL given by Jeff at Adobe in his comments to the other serial number comments here.

The problem is that somewhere in the installation routine or on the box, it should be clear that you need to cut the box apart to get to the inner sleeve that contains the number. There are other alphanumeric strings all over the box and on the DVD sleeve and no clues that you need to tear the box apart to get to the number.
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I've been a Lightroom user since version 2 and never looked back. As a photogapher, Lightroom seemed perfect- it was light weight, it was fast, and 99% of the time, it had what I needed so there was no need for photoshop. As such, I was happy that they kept the standalone version when they started Creative Cloud. With version 6 however, I wasn't quite sure whether the upgrade would be worth it. There is face recognition and a few minor additions, but I was thinking of upgrading (since the upgrade price is not too bad) until I saw that they updated the software and left the updates out of the standalone version and only offered it to their rental version! See here for the official announcement: https://helpx.adobe.com/lightroom/kb/compatibility-of-new-dehaze-adjustments.html

The addition of dehazing is not exactly earth shattering so it's an update, but they are hiding behind Sarbanes-Oxley and saying that this is a new feature that was not advertised and that's why they're not adding it. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1223742

I ask you, does this make any sense? If you get a dozen doughnuts and they give you a 3rd one for free does SOX apply? Really? If you go to get your oil changed and they see your fluids are low and add it for free, are they breaking the law? I'm not talking offering features a few years later, but if you would have bought this last week, you would be out of luck.

It's clear that Adobe wants to force users to move to CC so they can make a monthly rental fee from you than buying the license. Worse yet, they force you to rent both photoshop and lightroom whether you need both or not and pay for both. For those who don't want to pay a rental fee, it appears that the time has come to move on to something else like Capture Pro.
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