Upload & Sell: On
Geoff, Ian, and others,
I'm trying to get a grasp on what value Lr mobile actually provides. (Yes, Ian I know it's v.1.0 which is both a +/- I currently use a MacAir with a full copy of Lr on it. On long/big shoots, I ingest RAWs via the USB port and an adapter and can buzz thru the day/session deleting the 80-90% that don't warrant further consideration. This frees up the cards for further use and I don't have to carry a stack of cards nor try to remember what was where. When I get back to the shop I connect the Air via Ethernet and pull the surviving images into my real Lr catalog.
Okay, Lr Mobile doesn't import RAW? If this is true then I still have to retain the original card and repeat the entire download sequence when it gets back to my main computer. So, I'm trying to understand what value this application brings to an extended shoot. I never expect to edit on an Air (much less and iPad), but I would expect to be able to sort/cull then download.
Someone help me out here. Is this really designed to get one's cellphone snaps up on Facebook fast or does it have value for "real" (I use the term tongue in cheek) photographers?