hmm. It doesn't make much sense having the photography cloud subscription if you mostly use Lightroom on the PC without any feature updates. Thanks for your help John.
Can you elaborate on what you mean by without any feature updates?
Why do you think your Lightroom application seems to be two years old? I'm not sure i really understand your main point yet.
If you are running Lightroom CC 2015.12 then you have the latest version with all the latest features.
All the other applications are labeled 2017 but Lightroom is labeled as 2015.
No-one knows why Adobe persists in labelling Lightroom as 2015.xxx when everything is labelled 2017.xxx.
But the numbering is irrelevant.
If you're running CC 2015.xxx, then you have the latest version of Lightroom with all the latest features.
It is just starting to feel like Lightroom is not getting as much attention as all the other apps. Which is making me wonder if the Creative Cloud Photography membership is worth the cost for a semi part time photographer. I really appreciate your insight.
Thank you again,
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I just had to reply to this....
2015 is when Lightroom received a major upgrade.
Every update since then has been 2015.1, 2015.2..... up to 2015.12.
There are many discussions regarding Lightroom version 7 which if that comes out this Year will make it 2017.xx
They are working on some Lightroom projects and showed off a demo a while back this year but I Do NOT recall the name but the expectation on the forums is that Lightroom will be seeing a major upgrade vs a feature or performance update sometime soon.
edit: the project name was Nimbus
Adobe has put a LOT of effort into Lightroom Mobile lately, adding many features. I had a feeling that Nimbus was Lightroom desktop meets Lightroom mobile.
Nimbus beta was supposed to debut in 2017. Hope that's still the case.