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LR, LRCC - WHICH ONE

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May 10, 2019

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Hi I have been away from Lightroom/Photoshop for a while. Got alerts about upgrades but my what do I do?  I have the 20gb photography plan so which version of Photoshop and Lightroom should I be using?  Help before I throw in the towel!

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LR, LRCC - WHICH ONE

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Hi I have been away from Lightroom/Photoshop for a while. Got alerts about upgrades but my what do I do?  I have the 20gb photography plan so which version of Photoshop and Lightroom should I be using?  Help before I throw in the towel!

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May 11, 2019

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You should ONLY use Lightroom CC as your main program if you want all your images in the cloud (20GB is a bit low in that case) and you like that if you pick up an iPad, all your images are the same there. You should also never print, do not share on social media or a website, rely on smart collections, etc. If you need to print, export to anything else than sRGB jpegs, share often on social media, keyword, etc. and you want local control of your images, want to make backups of all your images, etc, you should use Lightroom Classic.

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20GB of cloud storage isn’t really that much. If you shoot raw and have a lot of photos you probably want to use Lightroom Classic with Photoshop. Classic stores images on a local hard drive. Lightroom CC puts everything in the cloud.

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