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Feb 29, 2012 2:47 PM

Re: http://forums.adobe.com/message/4237917#4237917

 

|> "Unlike some, he kept his initial grumbling to himself and did his "homework" to see what the new process could do."

 

For some people, "grumbling" is a critical part of "doing ones homework and learning what the new process can do".

 

Via TK's methods, he will have accomplished 2 goals:

 

1 - Learned how to accomplish his editing goals in PV2012.

2 - Communicated to Adobe that being able to do these things is important to some users - and Adobe making too many decisions for the users and reducing options, will make them unhappy.

 

If TK had silently figured it out without a whimper, he may not have accomplished goal #2.

 

This is not just about Lr4, but Lr5, Lr6, ..., Lr99. Some of us are worried that Adobe will be handing us increasingly canned images - that's not what we want.

 

Rob

 
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    Feb 29, 2012 3:07 PM   in reply to Rob Cole

    Rob Cole wrote:

     

    Some of us are worried that Adobe will be handing us increasingly canned images - that's not what we want.

     

    Let's see, there are just shy of 50 seperate controls for global tone and color in Lightroom 4 (depending on how you count–arguably could be more). Not sure that counts as Adobe pushing "canned images" on anybody....and, is there a really good reason you thought a seperate thread was a good idea instead of posting to the thread in question?

     
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    Feb 29, 2012 3:30 PM   in reply to Rob Cole

    Rob Cole wrote:

     

    You just can't handle it when anybody says anything "negative" about Adobe or Lightroom.

     

    Nope, what I can't handle is when somebody says something wrong about Adobe or Lightroom...sorry, can't let that pass.

     
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