Trying out Photo Express — included with Adobe Photography Plan

I’ve used it before on the phone, but wanted to try it on the PC (it’s similar). Also, I wanted a few minutes of mindless photo editing before doing other stuff.

I’m not sure how much I’ll use it. It’s one of them one-click editing programs and, frankly, Snapseed works better on the phone (faster more intuitive).

On the other hand . . .

. . . this has some interesting looks.

What have I been doing, you ask? What haven’t I been doing? Painting, organizing, assembling, and just today, taking the opportunity to work in the garage and to finish reorganizing my temporary office.

In doing so, I did a better job of cable routing and I also fully switched to my Intuos 3 tablet for mouse and pen inputs. The Logitec and Microsoft mice never quite seem to work the way I want them to (Logitec especially gives me issues with the USB port). Not sure why I didn’t do this before because the tablet is always near the computer anyway for when I want to use the pen.

That also freed up a USB port (not that I needed it … yet).

Anyway, for literally a couple of clicks for each photo, the program isn’t too bad. I mean, I’ll still use Lightroom, DxO Pure Raw and Nik Collection, the various Topaz programs, and Luminar, but it’s always nice having the option to quickly do something with a couple of photos.

And with that . . .

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