Excerpt: I'm new to photo editing and thought it was time to step up and figure it out. I must say that if you plan on jumping into this program and have great results without a tremendous, ibuprofen needed effort, think again. The program comes with nothing but the subscription card and that's all.
Excerpt: Photoshop is Photoshop.It's a great but complicated program. I don't like buying a subscription vs a product. Download process was painfully slow. Even though I had already paid, I was forced to give my CC number for "next year".
Excerpt: I was really looking forward to Lightroom 6 but was disappointed with several of the new features. After trying HDR and photmerge in Lightroom CC, I went back to Photomatix and AutoPano as these external tools continue to provide superior results.
Excerpt: The Creative Cloud part was fine, but I had to wait for B&H to send me a card with a code before I could download the software. Why wait, I should have been able to up and running the minute after I paid for it.
May not be a good value for the Lightroom-only photographer
Tangible, B&H Photo
6 May 2015
Excerpt: I've been using the stand-alone Lightroom for years, and I don't use Photoshop. When Lightroom 6/CC came out I decided to take the excellent offer from B&H and buy a subscription. I did this mainly because I was interested in the mobile Lightroom apps for iPhone and iPad.
Excerpt: As an amateur LR has become my main editing program. The new features in CC/LR6 are very useful but was hoping for more. Haven't noticed any real speed increase yet. I made the switch to CC because of the announcement that no future updates would be forthcoming to LR6.