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  2. @marcoarment FWIW, as limited as iPhoto is, I simply enjoy my photos the most when I use it. Lightroom especially makes me itch to gtfo.

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    Neven Mrgan

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  7. @methodphoto The thing I said - it's unfriendly. I don't want to spend time in it.

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    Neven Mrgan

  8. @methodphoto A totally different UI and approach to organization, at which point it would be a new app. This is a hypersubjective opinion.

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    Neven Mrgan

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    John Nack

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  11. @jnack @marcoarment I can't think of anything that isn't a complete redesign of the app. It feels like a "tool", not a "place".

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    Neven Mrgan

    @jnack @marcoarment If I were a photographer and I used it as a tool, I'd appreciate that. But I just want to enjoy my family pics.

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    Neven Mrgan

  12. @mrgan @marcoarment Interesting. Okay, thanks. (I too have veered far from the SLR & now want better sync, sharing.)

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    John Nack

  13. @jnack as a photographer I don't mind the UI too much, but I do dislike the "module" approach. I don't want to context switch—just work.

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    Justin Belcher