Canon EOS 90D full specifications

AlanF

Canon 5DSR II
Aug 16, 2012
5,423
2,565
I would love being able to bypass the 'film roll' on the ipad and have it import directly to 'files'. And LR being able to read files from there.
Photos does a reasonable job as a RAW converter and quick editing. Of course I do the real editing on my laptop, but I’d like to be able to keep the jpegs from Photos on the iPad and delete the RAW but haven’t found a way of doing it directly.

The iPad is so blisteringly fast at RAW conversion it makes it easier for culling than from my laptop.
 

Quirkz

EOS 80D
Oct 30, 2014
149
63
Without my knowing it, LR had gone in to my Photos files and had uploaded 100 GB before I had culled them, and it also used up storage on my iPad by storing files that I had subsequently deleted from Photos. My workflow is to download, back up all on an external hard drive and then after culling upload to the cloud. A quick internet search found lots of complaints about LR doing this and people unable to disable the harvesting functions. I was able to stop it by denying LR access to Photos, and I then had to delete the LR files. I can understand that the automatic upload is fine for you, but not for me.
That’s frustrating! I can understand you’re ire. I must have disabled that when I first started, as I don’t recall that happening to me. If it had, I’d have been pretty annoyed.
 

SteveC

M50 & T6i
Sep 3, 2019
94
48
Without my knowing it, LR had gone in to my Photos files and had uploaded 100 GB before I had culled them.
That verges on criminal, IMHO. Some people have monthly data limits (mobile data) and for some damn piece of software to just hog up that much data without warning you its doing so...well, I'd hate to see the bill of anyone who doesn't have throttling turned on in their plan...and I'd hate to be them if they do, wondering why their internet speeds suck so badly because they've been throttled since, oh, about five hours into the new billing cycle.
 
Sep 8, 2019
3
1
Without my knowing it, LR had gone in to my Photos files and had uploaded 100 GB before I had culled them, and it also used up storage on my iPad by storing files that I had subsequently deleted from Photos. My workflow is to download, back up all on an external hard drive and then after culling upload to the cloud. A quick internet search found lots of complaints about LR doing this and people unable to disable the harvesting functions. I was able to stop it by denying LR access to Photos, and I then had to delete the LR files. I can understand that the automatic upload is fine for you, but not for me.
According to Adobe, this is setup automatically with its creative cloud editions of Lightroom. Did you by chance forget to turn that off when you install it?

“Yes, Lightroom automatically backs up all your photographs to the cloud and lets you access and work with your photos from any desktop or mobile device.”

 

AlanF

Canon 5DSR II
Aug 16, 2012
5,423
2,565
According to Adobe, this is setup automatically with its creative cloud editions of Lightroom. Did you by chance forget to turn that off when you install it?

“Yes, Lightroom automatically backs up all your photographs to the cloud and lets you access and work with your photos from any desktop or mobile device.”

Do you read all the small print every time you log into a webpage and tick a box?
 
Sep 8, 2019
3
1
Do you read all the small print every time you log into a webpage and tick a box?
It wasn’t only the fine print but one of, if not the main, advertised feature of the new crap Adobe is putting out. Obviously I’m staunchly against it, but I suppose for some it certainly is a better option than working offline. Either way, there’s no way this was only in the fine print.
 
  • Like
Reactions: Sharlin

AlanF

Canon 5DSR II
Aug 16, 2012
5,423
2,565
It wasn’t only the fine print but one of, if not the main, advertised feature of the new crap Adobe is putting out. Obviously I’m staunchly against it, but I suppose for some it certainly is a better option than working offline. Either way, there’s no way this was only in the fine print.
I installed the app from the AppStore. It didn’t say anywhere during the installation procedure that the app would automatically access my Photos Albums, transfer files to LR and upload them. It might have been advertised elsewhere, but not then.
 
Aug 22, 2019
6
4
Interesting how people are happy to spent $$$$ on cameras, lenses and anything they need/want to fulfil the ambitions they have with their hobby but really resent paying a (quite small) subscription fee to get access to really valuable pieces of software (LR/PS etc)
Most services are based on subscriptions these days which you can highly customise and easily cancel....what about Dropbox, OneDrive or Netflix & Spotify ( do you prefer to buy DVDs and CDs?). Not sure why these ones are ok but Adobe 'just wants your money' :)

You can still buy versions of LR or/and PS for a flat fee but then you don't get updates etc.. You also don't have to use the cloud based versions if you don't want your photos to be uploaded to the Adobe space.
Plenty of options.
 
  • Like
Reactions: unfocused
Sep 8, 2019
3
1
I installed the app from the AppStore. It didn’t say anywhere during the installation procedure that the app would automatically access my Photos Albums, transfer files to LR and upload them. It might have been advertised elsewhere, but not then.
Well, that seems like a different issue. Any app must specifically request permission to access albums within Photos. I was under the impression you were talking about the automatic uploading of photos imported into Lightroom.
 

koenkooi

EOS 7D MK II
Feb 25, 2015
425
253
Interesting how people are happy to spent $$$$ on cameras, lenses and anything they need/want to fulfil the ambitions they have with their hobby but really resent paying a (quite small) subscription fee to get access to really valuable pieces of software (LR/PS etc)
Most services are based on subscriptions these days which you can highly customise and easily cancel....what about Dropbox, OneDrive or Netflix & Spotify ( do you prefer to buy DVDs and CDs?). Not sure why these ones are ok but Adobe 'just wants your money' :)

You can still buy versions of LR or/and PS for a flat fee but then you don't get updates etc.. You also don't have to use the cloud based versions if you don't want your photos to be uploaded to the Adobe space.
Plenty of options.
My problem with subscription services isn't so much the price, but that they might go away. Another issue is that on e.g. dropbox you can log in with your google ID, which google can block at will.
And yes, for movies and series I really like I do get the physical disk. Netflix is more convenient, but I hard a hard time explaining to my 2 year old why she couldn't watch Timmy Time anymore because netflix deleted it (and the DVDs took a few days to arrive).

My day job is for a storage provider, so I might be a bit more paranoid about backups and redundancy than the average person :)
 

AlanF

Canon 5DSR II
Aug 16, 2012
5,423
2,565
Well, that seems like a different issue. Any app must specifically request permission to access albums within Photos. I was under the impression you were talking about the automatic uploading of photos imported into Lightroom.
It’s not a different issue, that was the issue all along! If you had read the original post and then the next set of replies that quoted it, you would have seen the whole issue.
 

Sergio Smorovoz

5D + 50 f/1.2L
Oct 17, 2018
21
6
49
Moscow
smorovoz.com
More pixels also = more resolution, and it's possible that the later could out way the former provided the glass can out resolve the sensor. That was pretty much my question. Kinda important for me cause I don't focus stack and shoot at F11 all the way to 5x -like this
Diffraction-Limited-Aperture
You will find "DLA" referenced in many of the DSLR camera reviews on the site. DLA is an acronym for Diffraction Limited Aperture. This aperture value is the result of a mathematical formula that approximates the aperture where diffraction begins to visibly negatively affect image sharpness at the pixel level.

Canon 80D DLA - f/6.0
 

AlanF

Canon 5DSR II
Aug 16, 2012
5,423
2,565
Diffraction-Limited-Aperture
You will find "DLA" referenced in many of the DSLR camera reviews on the site. DLA is an acronym for Diffraction Limited Aperture. This aperture value is the result of a mathematical formula that approximates the aperture where diffraction begins to visibly negatively affect image sharpness at the pixel level.

Canon 80D DLA - f/6.0
You will find it discussed here