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More from the above, merged in PTGui

C1120157 Panorama by scott kirkpatrick, on Flickr (Clickt through for full resolution image)

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On 1/24/2019 at 12:11 AM, jaapv said:

Yes, you can easily make local corrections in Photoshop. Lightroom is nothing more that a small-scale Photoshop with a different user interface. Plus a few practical organizing features. You can do a magnitude more in Photoshop.

 There is absolutely no need to buy an iPad Pro for processing. It is as easy, or better said easier on a full-size computer. The reason to use things like iPads, Macbook Airs etc. is that it is a bit unpractical to carry a full desktop computer with you.

Hi There Jaap

Everything you say . . . well . . . nearly.

What started out as an experiment I'm liking more and more. I was always intending to do what you imply - which is to collect images on an iPad when away from home using Lightroom CC and then work on them back at base on a computer using Lightroom Classic and Photoshop. But I'm finding myself using CC much more, and processing is really nice on the iPad Pro using the Apple Pencil. 

I've paid a little more for some storage on the Adobe Cloud (1Tb to start).

ALL photos are first imported to the iPad using a USBc card reader - very fast - but I'm very selective with the import - in the old days on the computer I just imported everything and did the selection later. Their first location is in Photos on the iPad - I then open Lightroom CC on the iPad and work through the images - processing or deleting as required. Whilst I'm doing that they're pushed up to the Adobe Cloud in the background (if I have a connection). 

When I load CC on the computer, the images from the iPad are immediately available for editing - and originals are downloaded in the background to local storage. 

I use CC for the editing (with occasional excursions to Photoshop) - the collections are, however, all available in Classic which I use for books and processing. 

Then, when I get around to it, I delete the older DNG files from photos in the iPad - job done.

It works remarkably well - images are available on all my devices without my having to do anything more than import them to the iPad - I can edit them anywhere, and the edits are also transferred to all devices. 

. . . and back to the original idea - local adjustments can be done anywhere, but I'm increasingly like the Apple Pencil for this.

All the best

 

 

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Thanks so much for your generosity, Jono! I find working with an IPad, Apple Pencil, and Astropad a good way to work on very fine detail. For me, the Pencil is more precise that a cursor.

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Thanks for the post on iPad and Lightroom CC. Just getting started on using them together. One question. How do I save images to backup drive from either laptop and/or iPad. I have just normal iPad not pro with pencil. 

Thanks Dan

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For those who have shown interest in my photos from India last November, I have put most of them in a series of linked pages on Adobe Spark.

A last one, from Jaipur. CL + 18-56.

 

 

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On 1/19/2019 at 10:20 AM, ropo54 said:

Leica CL w R 80 1.4

Very nice.  I think you've shown another image those hands before...

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53 minutes ago, vikasmg said:

Very nice.  I think you've shown another image those hands before...

Yes, very good observation.:P  Not enough funds to pay the 'model' to sit for me so I can find myself in big trouble if I point the camera just a little higher! Rob  

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