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Jul 04, 2020

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Hi, I would like to update Elements 15 at the photography plan and I would like to know if:


Is it necessary to uninstall PSE15?


Can Photoshop and Lightroom (both Classic and CC) integrate third-party plugins like Nik Collection and Topaz?


Also, I wanted to know if my configuration: Win10 64Bit, 16GB Ram and 250GB SSD (with 100GB of free space)  and 500GB of SATA HDD, , with NVidia 1050 Can they be enough to make the photography plan work? How much does the photography plan occupy on the Hard Disk?
And how much does it need to work properly?

 

Thanks very much!

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Correct answer by WobertC | Adobe Community Professional

(Re: Photography Plan with 20Gb Cloud storage)

Is it necessary to uninstall PSE15?

No. But you will find with experience that Photoshop (full version) will eventually 'take over', especially as it integrates with Lightroom-Classic much better, and of course more powerful, as the 'Pixel' editor.

Can Photoshop and Lightroom (both Classic and CC) integrate third-party plugins like Nik Collection and Topaz?

Photoshop & Lightroom-Classic: Yes (added as "Additional External Editors" )

Lightroom : No (Plugins not supported. But files can be exported and edited 'externally')

is my configuration: ...enough to make the photography plan work?

Yes.  But suggest that the Catalog and photo files are on the 500Gb drive.

How much does the photography plan occupy on the Hard Disk?

It varies for everyone!  My Program installs and System data occupy (at a quick glance) about 6.2GB

But my Catalog and Previews for LrC occupy about 106GB, plus the ~60,000 images about 830Gb!!

 

 

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Upgrade a Photography Plan

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Hi, I would like to update Elements 15 at the photography plan and I would like to know if:


Is it necessary to uninstall PSE15?


Can Photoshop and Lightroom (both Classic and CC) integrate third-party plugins like Nik Collection and Topaz?


Also, I wanted to know if my configuration: Win10 64Bit, 16GB Ram and 250GB SSD (with 100GB of free space)  and 500GB of SATA HDD, , with NVidia 1050 Can they be enough to make the photography plan work? How much does the photography plan occupy on the Hard Disk?
And how much does it need to work properly?

 

Thanks very much!

Adobe Community Professional
Correct answer by WobertC | Adobe Community Professional

(Re: Photography Plan with 20Gb Cloud storage)

Is it necessary to uninstall PSE15?

No. But you will find with experience that Photoshop (full version) will eventually 'take over', especially as it integrates with Lightroom-Classic much better, and of course more powerful, as the 'Pixel' editor.

Can Photoshop and Lightroom (both Classic and CC) integrate third-party plugins like Nik Collection and Topaz?

Photoshop & Lightroom-Classic: Yes (added as "Additional External Editors" )

Lightroom : No (Plugins not supported. But files can be exported and edited 'externally')

is my configuration: ...enough to make the photography plan work?

Yes.  But suggest that the Catalog and photo files are on the 500Gb drive.

How much does the photography plan occupy on the Hard Disk?

It varies for everyone!  My Program installs and System data occupy (at a quick glance) about 6.2GB

But my Catalog and Previews for LrC occupy about 106GB, plus the ~60,000 images about 830Gb!!

 

 

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(Re: Photography Plan with 20Gb Cloud storage)

Is it necessary to uninstall PSE15?

No. But you will find with experience that Photoshop (full version) will eventually 'take over', especially as it integrates with Lightroom-Classic much better, and of course more powerful, as the 'Pixel' editor.

Can Photoshop and Lightroom (both Classic and CC) integrate third-party plugins like Nik Collection and Topaz?

Photoshop & Lightroom-Classic: Yes (added as "Additional External Editors" )

Lightroom : No (Plugins not supported. But files can be exported and edited 'externally')

is my configuration: ...enough to make the photography plan work?

Yes.  But suggest that the Catalog and photo files are on the 500Gb drive.

How much does the photography plan occupy on the Hard Disk?

It varies for everyone!  My Program installs and System data occupy (at a quick glance) about 6.2GB

But my Catalog and Previews for LrC occupy about 106GB, plus the ~60,000 images about 830Gb!!

 

 

Regards. My System: Lr-Classic 9.4, Lightroom 3.4, Photoshop 2020 (21.2.1), Nikon DSLR, Windows-10.

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Perfect! Thanks so much!

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