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Posted 25th Dec 2019Edited by:"bitm2007"

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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom with 1TB of storage | 1 Device|1 Year|PC/Mac|Key Card.

Please note that this deal includes Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC and 1TB of storage, but not Adobe Photoshop CC or Lightroom Classic CC . You will need the £79.99 Adobe Photography Plan if you need that as well.

  • Lightroom : Full flexibility through saving in the cloud and on local hard drive








  • Includes Lightroom Mobile for iOS and Android








  • Lightroom Classic is not included in this plan








  • Anywhere editing - Create incredible photos with powerful editing features on mobile devices, the web, and your desktop








  • Smarter organization - Auto-tagging lets you quickly find the shots you want so you can focus on the fun of photography








  • Worry-free storage - With 1 TB of storage, you can access your full-resolution photos anytime, anywhere








  • Easy sharing - Get everything you need to create incredible photos and share them with anyone








  • The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom with 1 TB of cloud storage and powerful editing, organizing, backup, and sharing, is the photo service for people who love photography
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I hate this subscription based model, just let me buy classic lightroom for a decent price and I'll be happy.

That said though, I'm voting hot cos this is a deal, just not for me, sadly.
bitm200725/12/2019 08:52

I don't think subscription only was necessary for an affordable product …I don't think subscription only was necessary for an affordable product like Lightroom, but if you want a version that isn't nearly 5 years old it's the only option these days, and this deal is £20 cheaper than Amazons Black Friday deal, and the regular prize is £119.21 for a year.


Realistically for my needs the 5 year old version would be fine, but I absolutely refuse to pay good money for a version held back for no other reason than simply to make money. Once upon a time I'd have pirated it with no regard, now I'm prepared to pay for it and it's not available to me...
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I hate this subscription based model, just let me buy classic lightroom for a decent price and I'll be happy.

That said though, I'm voting hot cos this is a deal, just not for me, sadly.
Careful as this is only CC and not classic.
TheGreatPoobarr25/12/2019 08:40

I hate this subscription based model, just let me buy classic lightroom …I hate this subscription based model, just let me buy classic lightroom for a decent price and I'll be happy.That said though, I'm voting hot cos this is a deal, just not for me, sadly.


I don't think subscription only was necessary for an affordable product like Lightroom, but if you want a version that isn't nearly 5 years old it's the only option these days, and this deal is £20 cheaper than Amazons Black Friday deal, and the regular prize is £119.21 for a year.
Minstadave25/12/2019 08:43

Careful as this is only CC and not classic.



Thanks. I have added that to the description.
bitm200725/12/2019 08:52

I don't think subscription only was necessary for an affordable product …I don't think subscription only was necessary for an affordable product like Lightroom, but if you want a version that isn't nearly 5 years old it's the only option these days, and this deal is £20 cheaper than Amazons Black Friday deal, and the regular prize is £119.21 for a year.


Realistically for my needs the 5 year old version would be fine, but I absolutely refuse to pay good money for a version held back for no other reason than simply to make money. Once upon a time I'd have pirated it with no regard, now I'm prepared to pay for it and it's not available to me...
TheGreatPoobarr25/12/2019 08:59

Realistically for my needs the 5 year old version would be fine, but I …Realistically for my needs the 5 year old version would be fine, but I absolutely refuse to pay good money for a version held back for no other reason than simply to make money. Once upon a time I'd have pirated it with no regard, now I'm prepared to pay for it and it's not available to me...


As long as you don't need native camera RAW support (or are happy to use the free Adobe DNG convertor) for a camera released since LR6 was last updated in December 2017, LR6 is fine. The only feature not in LR6 that I use regularly is dehaze, but there are also ways around that.
Edited by: "bitm2007" 25th Dec 2019
bitm200725/12/2019 09:17

As long as you don't need native camera RAW support (or are happy to use …As long as you don't need native camera RAW support (or are happy to use the free Adobe DNG convertor) for a camera released since LR6 was last updated in December 2017, LR6 is fine. The only feature not in LR6 that I use regularly is dehaze, but there are also ways around that.


Got a reasonably priced source? I could definitely live with that.
TheGreatPoobarr25/12/2019 08:59

Realistically for my needs the 5 year old version would be fine, but I …Realistically for my needs the 5 year old version would be fine, but I absolutely refuse to pay good money for a version held back for no other reason than simply to make money. Once upon a time I'd have pirated it with no regard, now I'm prepared to pay for it and it's not available to me...


Why don't you just use Luminar?
It has catalogued management.
Decent photo editor at a fraction of the cost.
No subscription.
evan.radavicius25/12/2019 09:28

Why don't you just use Luminar?It has catalogued management. Decent photo …Why don't you just use Luminar?It has catalogued management. Decent photo editor at a fraction of the cost. No subscription.


I've just discovered darktable, I'm gonna give that a go. I'll keep luminar in mind though, ta!
TheGreatPoobarr25/12/2019 09:25

Got a reasonably priced source? I could definitely live with that.



It's not easy to find anywhere these days, keeping an eye on Ebay is probably your best bet.
TheGreatPoobarr25/12/2019 09:35

I've just discovered darktable, I'm gonna give that a go. I'll keep …I've just discovered darktable, I'm gonna give that a go. I'll keep luminar in mind though, ta!


The latest beta is easier to get to grips with but I struggle go get nice looking images out of it despite playing on and off for a few months. File organisation is poor, so I was using the free version of LR to manage files and editing in DT.
evan.radavicius25/12/2019 09:28

Why don't you just use Luminar?It has catalogued management. Decent photo …Why don't you just use Luminar?It has catalogued management. Decent photo editor at a fraction of the cost. No subscription.


Agree. Just wish it wasn’t so damn buggy and crash all the time. Adobe stuff is definitely a class above but you pay for the privilege.
Luminar is decent but Lightroom CC does 95% of what I need. The 1TB of cloud storage is a godsend. Almost 60% full! Bought 2, cheers.
Is Adobe deliberately trying to confuse us? They've come up with so many different product names and variation that it is very difficult for a beginner to know what's what.

I need to be able to edit photos and images, will this do?
doublespresso25/12/2019 10:24

Is Adobe deliberately trying to confuse us? They've come up with so many …Is Adobe deliberately trying to confuse us? They've come up with so many different product names and variation that it is very difficult for a beginner to know what's what.I need to be able to edit photos and images, will this do?


Yes.
ycsb25/12/2019 09:58

Agree. Just wish it wasn’t so damn buggy and crash all the time. Adobe s …Agree. Just wish it wasn’t so damn buggy and crash all the time. Adobe stuff is definitely a class above but you pay for the privilege.


What part. I've never used it as content manager.
But the editor is solid.
Never had any bugs, crashes or the likes.
What are the differences between these two products?(apart from the obvious storage size)

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evan.radavicius25/12/2019 10:39

What part. I've never used it as content manager. But the editor is solid. …What part. I've never used it as content manager. But the editor is solid. Never had any bugs, crashes or the likes.


It’s far from solid. Check the forums. Mines crashes at least once every 30 mins or so. Used on two completely different machines (and they are both well specd) same on both.
Nathe25/12/2019 10:09

Luminar is decent but Lightroom CC does 95% of what I need. The 1TB of …Luminar is decent but Lightroom CC does 95% of what I need. The 1TB of cloud storage is a godsend. Almost 60% full! Bought 2, cheers.


Problem for me is what to do when 1TB is full, is there a way to move catalogues to local storage or are you stuck buying more and more storage?
doublespresso25/12/2019 10:45

What are the differences between these two products?(apart from the …What are the differences between these two products?(apart from the obvious storage size) https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/adobe-creative-cloud-photography-plan-1-year-7999-at-amazon-activation-by-email-3373673


The £80 version includes Lightroom Classic (full local storage, no need to use cloud storage) and Photoshop.

This £50 version is cloud based, meaning all photos are imported to Creative Cloud. No Photoshop in this version.
Edited by: "Minstadave" 25th Dec 2019
Minstadave25/12/2019 10:59

Problem for me is what to do when 1TB is full, is there a way to move …Problem for me is what to do when 1TB is full, is there a way to move catalogues to local storage or are you stuck buying more and more storage?


It works off local storage too.
It's just that anything over 1tb won't be seen on other devices.

You could keep all photos in full resolution on PC and only sync smart previews. That way, 1tb is loads of storage to edit and manage photos on the go.

When you're back at your PC, all edits from Mobile App sync back to the PC and apply to the full resolution photo.
ycsb25/12/2019 10:52

It’s far from solid. Check the forums. Mines crashes at least once every 3 …It’s far from solid. Check the forums. Mines crashes at least once every 30 mins or so. Used on two completely different machines (and they are both well specd) same on both.


Do remember, only people with complaints go to forums. Someone without issues isn't going to go onto forums to praise them.

I wouldn't paint the software as buggy as it wouldn't have gotten to where it is by being so buggy.

Its definitely worth a try. You get a 30 day trial anyway.
It’s buggy. Still good though.
Minstadave25/12/2019 08:43

Careful as this is only CC and not classic.


Well caught.

I'm still running LR6 but have realised over the past few years that the key feature for me is the catalogue. Slowly I'm switching from Adobe to editing RAW directory on the iPad using VSCO and catalogue using the free Capture One for Fuji. True story.
TheGreatPoobarr25/12/2019 08:40

I hate this subscription based model, just let me buy classic lightroom …I hate this subscription based model, just let me buy classic lightroom for a decent price and I'll be happy.That said though, I'm voting hot cos this is a deal, just not for me, sadly.


Indeed it sucks that you have to buy yearly subscription. For a casual photographer and mostly doing family photos and don’t have any commercial revenues, this is crazy that you have to fork out money every years.

I completely forgot about that the fact that Lr needs constant updating to support the latest camera. But I managed to get capture one to do the camera and lens corrections with the latest Sony Alphas and import the raw files back into Lr. One extra step in the processing but saves a bucket of cash!
Affinity Photo should be worth a look for any budding photo editor, £50 outright for the product
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