While I was away on my photo workshop, I put the last touches on an article that’s now at TidBITS, Photos Everywhere with Lightroom CC and Photos for OS X (which enabled me to include some photos on location, like the Yoda statue at Lucasfilm headquarters).
After writing the review of Lightroom CC for Macworld and an overview of what’s new in Lightroom for Lynda.com, I wanted to take a different approach to Adobe’s new software for TidBITS. In this article, I look at how Lightroom and Photos for OS X handle the issue of making photos available on Macs and mobile devices.
Apple’s approach puts your entire library on all devices using iCloud Photo Library, while Adobe turns to its own nimbus, Creative Cloud, to sync selected images between Lightroom and Lightroom mobile on iOS and Android phones and tablets. Read on to learn how the advantages and disadvantages of each approach at TidBITS.com.
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