I feel that some of the discussions that have been demeed off topic are relevant. Backups and storage requirements for example, are different for photographers than say, someone developing computer code.Being able to exchange ideas in the context of a group of photographers, rather than a group of computer geeks (who seem to always select the most complicated solutions!) is very useful.I think the trap is that we consider the screen that we stare at to be part of the digital photography workflow. Well it is part of it. Monitors, speed of drives, memory all come into play to help and hinder our work. Computers are a necessary evil, some just find them more evil than others.Where is the line drawn? When Lightroom (which we can discuss) can be enhanced and made more usable by fitting more memory, hybrid drives etc (which we can’t discuss). Then, Lightroom can manage archives (which again, we can’t discuss). So, to follow the letter of the law as it stands is very difficult. Oh, and it’s cross-platform but we daren’t even mention that one!
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