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About amycicconi

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    Pittsburgh, PA, USA
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    travel, landscape, urbex, conceptual, digital art, patterns

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  1. Agree. I would also like to be able to manage (keywording, etc) my Stockimo images in Alamy image manager. I understand that most/many Stockimo contributors are not Alamy contributors, but for those of us who are, this would be of great benefit!
  2. Awesome! I have the 18-55, 55-230, 10-24, 16, and the rokinon 12 (although I haven't figured out how to get it working, seems like you have to set something special to enable manual focus). The one feature that I am really thrilled with is using bracketing with electronic shutter on. The bracketing is literally instantaneous and now I can handhold even more bracketed shots and line them up perfectly. The 16 can focus super close so it's not true macro but really close focusing.
  3. Thanks @Betty LaRue! I have so many Fuji lenses I want to try. It's fun, because the new X-T2 has gotten my photo juices flowing again. So much for having my "need to keyword" stockpile cleared out. I'm 200+ deep again! BTW your St. Croix images are stunning.
  4. oooo, my list of wants is growing! Yeah, 18-135 is a very appealing range. I guess I am hesitating because it's not as fast (aperture), but, for travel photography it's probably sufficient for a good portion of what I'd be shooting. Thanks Betty!
  5. I am really pleased with the X-T2. The 18-55 is OK - sometimes sharp other times not so sharp. It also seems slow to focus to me. I am really, really loving the 16mm 1.4. I find myself using it quite a bit. Not sure I'm set on the 18-55 as my general purpose walk around lens due to the average quality. Might consider the 16-55 2.8 instead.
  6. Thanks for all the advice. I've successfully upgraded my IOS to High Sierra, and signed up for and installed Lightroom Classic via Adobe. All seems well! I've also spent my first day carrying around the Fuji XT2 and lenses (18-55, 16, 55-230 and 10-24) and was truly pleased with how light the kit was to carry versus my old Nikon gear! Interestingly, I found myself using the 16mm 1.4 most of the time. Still need time to get used to the lenses and settle in with them all!
  7. Having trouble relating what you describe to this comparison chart on Adobe: https://www.adobe.com/creativecloud/photography/compare-plans.html?promoid=952G4WLC&mv=other Does the Photography plan (20GB) allow you to house your catalog locally rather than in the cloud? *** Update, here is a good FAQ: https://helpx.adobe.com/creative-cloud/faq/CCPp.html
  8. Right, thanks. I'm more so worried about the risk of the install process and its affect on my current catalog. I think I've sent this thread off topic though
  9. Honestly, Harry, I think you are right. I wasn't really thinking about that fact and the differences between these cameras. Now that I have spent more time with the XT2 yesterday I feel good about it. I will, of course, always be carrying my little Sony as well Thank you for your insight.
  10. Does going to the CC version impact or otherwise touch my current locally installed Lightroom 5.7.1 and its most precious LR catalog? 😳
  11. Thanks, will do. I'm running an iMac retina with 32GB memory, 2015 model. I'm probably OK but will verify.
  12. Yes. Considering that. However, I have to update from El Capitan to High Sierra to support that. Which I guess is probably a relatively smooth upgrade process. Thanks
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