I've been using photoshop for years now... should I give lightroom a try to see what its like?
Hey, i've been using lightroom for yonks now and photoshop for 9 yonks, so don't lecture me about it. All i'm saying is that i don't just go point and shoot, i compose my shots, i wait for the right moment, i get the exposure/aperture settings the way i want them, so i have to do as little in lightroom as possible. That doesn't mean I don't do any PP. Just ask Alok, i'm quite meticulous about my (and bitchy about his) PP.
If you have been using photoshop for years then you wont gain anything out of lightroom. To see if you like lightroom then open up a raw photo in photoshop and only use the camera raw settings to adjust your photo.
Wrong. Lightroom can do more than that. If you decide to hate on something, at least do it for the right reasons. If you know jack shit about something, keep your mouth shut, so you don't sound like an utter tool.
It doesn't have any other post processing tools, but it does make using them a lot easier than photoshop. It's a program dedicated to editing and PP-ing a LOT of images using the ACR tools, Photoshop doesn't do it nearly as well. Once you're done with it, you have to close it and there's no way to bring back the catalogue you had open, unless you re-open the images again and re-do all the PP you did. Stop comparing photoshop and lightroom, they're two programs designed for two completely different things. Yes, you can do PP on photos in photoshop, but you can also drive the Nordschleife blindfolded. But why would you?
Getting back on topic a nice topic about the ins and outs of flash would be pretty awesome. Nothing too detailed I just need to get my head around the basics and hopefully work out the rest for myself.
Yes, you can do PP on photos in photoshop, but you can also drive the Nordschleife blindfolded. But why would you?
What other post processing tools does it have other then the camera raw stuff and the few correction tools? Maybe you should prove me wrong rather say im wrong and calling me a tool? Why do you have a wish for this debate to turn to verbal abuse?