For someone who only occasionally works on video projects as a hobby, the cost of a full Adobe CC subscription is just too great to justify. With the move to macOS it was time to find a new set of editing programs.
It’s been a whole month since I picked up my MacBook Pro from the local Apple Store, so perhaps it’s time to take a step back and evaluate where I am and how I got here.
I’ve already detailed the hardware that I’m using, so I thought I’d take a moment to list out the major applications that I’ll be working with.
As a Windows power user I’m used to navigating around folders in Explorer with the keyboard, but what of Finder in macOS?
One of my most used programs is Adobe Lightroom, I got this as part of the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan which also provides Photoshop, as well as access to the online portal, and Lightroom Mobile. I took the subscription out in the latter part of 2015 and all my photographs have been imported into… Continue reading Lightroom Migration
If you want to keep an external drive which is read & write capable across both Windows and macOS you don’t need to buy tools or add-ons to read the other OSes native format!
So having been able to play with the laptop for a couple of days, I’ve now opened up the rest of my goody bag!