Longest thread ever, and I didn’t find some kewdroys while searching it, so I’ll go ahead and leave a comment There has been lot’s of discussion about photoshop, but one thing that was not mentioned at all was that when you go to Photoshop and back, you lose your history steps and gain an additional file. This is a breaking point in the workflow, a point of no return. If you want to change something you did before that point, you have to do the second part all over again, and that is bad. This leads me to my next point Going into Photoshop loses the paste previous settings ability. There are a few things I used to do in Photoshop and I simply quit doing them and found alternative styles that didn’t require those actions because I want to be able to apply that style to a whole range of photos. (Side note, operations like spot removal and retouching brush actions are not pasteable either, which frustrates me because spot-removal is pasted from the previous when it more often than not does not align.)The last thing I have to say about the Photoshop matter is that there are a million Photoshop tutorial blogs. Lightroom is a newer tool with a smaller user base, and I personally came here to learn the tricks of Lightroom, not Photoshop. I have moved from Photoshop to a 99% Lightroom workflow, so I know that photoshop is not required to make awesome photos. I’d like to see blogs that help me take that to the next level within Lightroom itself.