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  1. Mike Frezon

    No more standalone version of Lightroom

    Thanks, Scott. Here's a lousy cell phone shot off my laptop screen...but I think you can still see what I'm talking about. The .dng versions both seem a bit brighter and with better color.
  2. Mike Frezon

    No more standalone version of Lightroom

    Ok. So in my Windows File Explorer when I see Image1.CR2 sitting right next to Image1.dng and they look different, I should not be alarmed, right? I appreciate that info!
  3. Mike Frezon

    No more standalone version of Lightroom

    I didn't explain myself well. What I do currently is...I import my images from the 80D onto my laptop where they sit as CR2 images (I'm shooting full RAW). I can see them on the laptop but cannot open them in PS without using the DNG converter. When I do this and the images sit side-by-side...
  4. Mike Frezon

    No more standalone version of Lightroom

    Scott: I do this since my version of Photoshop (5.5--one of the last before CC) doesn't accommodate my Canon 80D's CR2 files. Do you see any difference in your images after you process them with the DNG converter? Mine look just a little "different" and I can't put my finger on exactly why.
  5. Mike Frezon

    No more standalone version of Lightroom

    You extra post poster you! :laugh:
  6. Mike Frezon

    No more standalone version of Lightroom

    Is it possible for me to get a stand-alone version of LR now? Or, am I too late? We had to go to the subscription service at my work for Premiere Pro and it’s really a PITA—partially on their end but also on our end. The process just complicates things when conditions aren’t perfect.
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