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LR and PS are two totally different types of programs. They are not replacements for each other.
I know they are different, but the ACR and final editing I usually do is very close to LR. I still have CS5.5, so anything I would need to do outside of LR, I still could.
I liked CS5, but I wish I had never updated to CS6, as I find the new interface too tedious to work with. I've found very little reason use to use CS5/CS6 at all since LR4 came along, and am now contemplating the upgrade to LR5 once they get the bugs worked out (there should be an update out next week).
I needed to reinstall NX2 to be able to set WB with my IR-converted D700, and what an ordeal that was... Nikon would't let me just reinstall my current version, I had to go all the way back to the...Show more →
Having had to work with both CS5.5 and CS6 for work, I can go back and forth without a whole lot of issues. What kind of issues has LR5 had? Anything that I need to be aware of? Sucks that you had to do all the incremental updates with NX2...
I think that is one of the issues that Windows OS has, all those updates and its easy for a little bit to go wonky and make your OS go slow. (which is what I am dealing with now. Windows 7 SP1 made my computer super slow. Launching Chrome for the first time after boot up on a fresh install of the OS takes 30 seconds... I tried a few tweaks I found online and have that down to 11 seconds. Without SP1, it launches as soon as I release my mouse from clicking on its icon.)