Nothing yetOn the other hand, Phase one just emailed me a coupon for 50% off
I used the On1 Plug-in to migrate my stuff over from LR to Photo Raw and man alive that took a long time. I just let my laptop run all night, and it was working hard. To be fair It was processing 7+ years of images, for me that was in the 24,000 range. I also had a lot of metadata, probably too much given what I'm seeing in On1. I can probably cut down on the keywords and my albums are too extensive. I used to create lots of albums for specific reasons, I've largely moved away from that these past few years. There's no harm in removing them now I suppose.
As for the interface, I'm just now spending time interacting with it, and the UI does take a fair amount of cues from LR. I'm finding the vertical scroll bars to be too thin. I'm in the browse module, and trying to scroll down, Its been interpreting my actions to grow or shink the panels and or hitting the right panel. An annoyance only and I suppose I'll get used to it and the issue should decrease.
Performance is not bad, but in areas not as fast as LR, mostly in switching from browse to edit. I'm used to some of the automatic settings of LR, I've been underwhelmed by them in Photo Raw.
Overall, however it seems to be a worthy contender, but like what others have stated in their reviews. Photo Raw's database system not as self contained as LR's catalog system. I can easily migrate a catalog and images to a different computer. I don't know if that's easily possible with Photo Raw. More importantly, backing up that database. To my understanding its in the appdata and I'll be googling around and on On1 to see what options I may have for backups.
I do like seeing the support for cloud drives, like OneDrive baked into the app. That's a big plus and I may modify my workflow to include cloud storage.
Let me add, it seems to be less resource intensive then LR, though I've not done any masking, using of layers spot removal, which I find to be a bit laggy on LR