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Jan 22, 2011 14:43 |  #1

I currently use lightroom, but thinking about switching to aperture. I love how easily I can switch between lightroom and photoshop and the integration. Is this the same for aperture and photoshop?




  
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Jan 22, 2011 20:58 |  #2

You can have photoshop as a external editor in Aperture. So, in Aperture you select the pic you want and export it to your external editor - from the menu or there is a short cut as well. Aperture converts the pic to a tiff and it opens in photoshop. You edit and then go to file, save and it saves it in Aperture as a version of the original. Simple and easy.


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Jan 23, 2011 14:52 |  #3

So basically just as easy as lightroom?




  
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Jan 23, 2011 15:08 as a reply to  @ qwerty11's post |  #4

Are you having problems using Lightroom or something? Seems like an expensive change of heart....




  
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Jan 23, 2011 15:45 |  #5

Aperture has a free trial, check it out and compare!


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Jan 23, 2011 16:36 |  #6

They both operate in a similar fashion, but my experience has been LR moves slightly faster in going back and forth to PS than aperture. I would recommend trying out aperture first and seeing if you like its raw processing, as it will be different than LR/ACR. One could say I prefer ACR to ACR (adobe to apple ;))

And if you do decide to get aperture, make sure its from the mac app store(incase you have been living under a rock)


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Jan 23, 2011 21:20 |  #7

Is the pricing for it in the app store temp or perm?




  
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Jan 24, 2011 21:26 |  #8

anybody know?




  
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Jan 25, 2011 20:25 |  #9

???




  
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Jan 25, 2011 21:52 |  #10

qwerty11 wrote in post #11714404 (external link)
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Evidently not:)! I'd suppose Apple hasn't released that info...


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