Excerpt: I use Lightroom as my primary part of my post processing work-flow. I work into PhotoShop as needed through Lightroom. I shoot events, sports, street and some commercial photography. I used to run an old version of Lightroom and finally upgraded to the CC.
Excerpt: The Adobe photography software speaks for itself and I have decided that for the price, the subscription is a good deal to match. Looking forward to free upgrades as long as my subscription is active.
Excerpt: I am a photographer who has only used Lightroom so far. I had to decide whether to buy Lightroom 6 or subscribe to CC. I decided to try the subscription because it has some extra features and the bonus is it includes Photoshop.
Excerpt: I like the software - not sure it's as fast as I remember aperture being, but I'm OK with it. Face recognition is a great timesaver, and accurate probably 90% of the time. The actual purchase of the download code from B&H was great, and I won't hesitate to buy download software from them again.
Excerpt: I've been a loyal PS and LR user for many years. At this price, I choice to switch to the CC versions. Everything installed smoothly and runs without a hitch. LR is my go-to DWF program and i totally love it. Adobe loses one star for the mobile features.
Pros: All Of That Standalone Gi, Same Standalone Goodness
Cons: -- Mobile Functionality, Two-way Sync Limitations
Excerpt: Am being forced to switch from the now mostly dead Apple Aperture. Had looked at Lightroom for years and lusted for some of the powerful digital features in LR, but could never bring myself to switch from Aperture, which had fewer high-end photo editing superpowers, but IMHO a much nicer graphical...
Pros: Photoshop Integration, Power, Stability
Cons: Did I Mention Renting, Graphical User Interface, Renting