2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 27, 2016 6:59 PM by nratt

    Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC doesn't play nice with El Capitan


      I recently upgraded to a new IMAC with El Capitan and Photoshop CC // Lightroom CC. Expecting everything to run even better than Lightroom 5 and Yosemite. I've been having a nightmare experience. I cannot tether to lightroom, which is a bummer since Lightroom 5 just became a reliable tethering application. Both Lightroom and Photoshop run so slowly, I get the circle of death just switching between modules. They crash and have become totally unreliable. I couldn't be more disappointed with my decision to upgrade.

        • 1. Re: Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC doesn't play nice with El Capitan

          I'm in the middle of the same nightmare. But I learned today via Mark Wallace's demo for Tethering Tools that indeed Adobe Lightroom CC and Apple's El Capitan are not on speaking terms at the moment. I am given to understand, however, that Adobe's engineers and Apple's engineers are trying to work this out. Your guess is as good as mine as to when and/or if this will be resolved. Had I any idea that this would happen, I certainly would have not updated to El Capitan until the issue got squared away. Alas, I didn't know what I didn't know. So, kellyp40462520, I guess we'll just have to wait it out. Meantime, I'm back to swapping memory cards from camera to card reader and back. Aggravating, to be sure. Tethering indeed does tend to spoil a dude. Should I hear any good news, I'll check back here to share. At least I know now that my gear is not at fault; I was beginning to worry about that prospect.


          P. S. I neglected to mention that, apparently, this issue pertains to Nikon(that's me) and Leica cameras, and possibly others, although I believe that Canon's relationship with LR and EC remains solid, which, I gotta say, hurts my feelings!

          • 2. Re: Photoshop CC and Lightroom CC doesn't play nice with El Capitan
            nratt Level 1

            Adobe just today(01/27/16) released a LR update 6.4 and it now tethering works with Nikon. I just tried it and it now recognizes my D810. Perhaps the nightmare is over!