It’s a great time to be a photographer. Cameras are powerful and (somewhat) affordable, and there’s a plethora of image management and editing software. This is great news in some respects, but confusing in others.
As a subscriber to Adobe Lightroom CC and Adobe Photoshop CC, you hold heaps of photo management and manipulation power in your hands. Although these two powerhouses share some common ground, they’re vastly different programs. Each one was designed for specific tasks, and they were built to work together seamlessly to speed your workflow—it’s surprisingly simple to fling images back and forth between the two. Your biggest challenge now is to figure out which program to use when.
Happily, you hold the answer in your ...