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Lightroom 3.3

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Aug 16, 2020

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Downloaded new version a couple of days ago, I have a lot of images which are now on the cloud

( don't really want that but that is another issue ) Now the process of editing in photoshop has become tediously slow or does'nt happen at all.When I veiw image in full size in Lightroom the image is heavily pixelated.......annoying !

Any suggestions about the process ?

Thanks heaps Barry

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Lightroom 3.3

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Downloaded new version a couple of days ago, I have a lot of images which are now on the cloud

( don't really want that but that is another issue ) Now the process of editing in photoshop has become tediously slow or does'nt happen at all.When I veiw image in full size in Lightroom the image is heavily pixelated.......annoying !

Any suggestions about the process ?

Thanks heaps Barry

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If you don't want your images in the cloud then why did you install Lightroom 3.3? Lightroom Classic installs images on your local hard drive and utilizes a local catalog. Perhaps it would have been a better choice for you.

 

When you indicate that you view the image "full-size" do you mean zoomed into 100%? If that is the case, is that without doing any processing? Is this a raw image? A few details would really be helpful if you want constructive help.

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