Julieanne Kost & Adobe: Great person and Great Products

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Julieanne,

Thank you so much for providing such great quality tutorial videos. I recently purchased Lightroom and went straight to your videos knowing that the complete picture, get it?, would be presented efficiently and without any fuss or amateur humor.

Good job,

Frank

Julieanne,

I did not mention in my last email that I am new to Lightroom.

I avoided getting LF because being an amateur photographer, with equipment greater than my need, I just did not see its usefulness. After all I thought, I only take a few hundred photo's per week or when the grandkids come over, much more.

Well, in the last couple of days I have been watching your videos and experimenting with LR and oh my, does it make things easy and very fast. I can zip through a hundred photo's in light-speed. I used to spend hours going through photo's in PS preparing them for my Smugmug gallery so that all the other family members could see them. Sometimes weeks would go by because I was procrastinating knowing how long it would take to get it done.

Again, thank you so much for your videos and the fantastic Adobe products. I see in forums posts complaining about this or that and all I can say is their spoiled and do not realize how good they have it.

Best regards,

Frank
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Francis Stellitano

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Rob Cole

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|> "I see in forums posts complaining about this or that and all I can say is they're spoiled and do not realize how good they have it."

Some truth to that, me-thinks. I recently retried CaptureOnePro, whose short pitch is "high quality", - quality in Lightroom really blows it away.

When Lr2 first came out, I frequently used NX2 in cases where I liked it's raw conversion better than Lightroom's. I doubt I'll ever do that again.

I've become a lot more picky, and spoiled over the years ;-)

Cheers,
Rob
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Francis Stellitano

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Agree Rob. I am not saying Adobe is perfect but they are the standard by which everyone else measured.
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I can only sign that. LR4 is far the best software in this section on the market in my opinion.

And Julieanne does a great job with her tutorials, I really love them and thought some of the themes in them are not new to me, I always get the one or the other good tipp.