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Photoshop 2014 vs LR 5

 
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Dec 28, 2014 21:40 |  #1

Hello this past weekend I did a test went to the park doing evening time, I took a few pictures of some landscape in the park, I came home and edit the same picture using LR5 and PS 2014 cc after editing them I print and compared the difference all look much better in PS then in LR..


I have noticed that most people say they prefer editing using LR... just would like to know your take on this subject.


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Dec 28, 2014 23:12 |  #2

My comment is that your post is pretty much meaningless. Lightroom is a RAW processing package (as is ACR which ships with Photoshop) for converting RAW data into images, while the Photoshop editor is a digital art package for editing/manipulating RGB images. They are totally different tools for different jobs and the concept that one is "better" than the other doesn't really make any sense.

Many photographers shoot RAW and just want to get the best from their RAW data. For them Lightroom/ACR does most if not all they need. Others want to take their images beyond what was originally captured and add/remove/manipulate. For them a digital art package like PS is needed.


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Dec 29, 2014 03:27 |  #3

Care to share with us what format was output from the camera and what editing (exactly) was done and how the prints from PSCC lookied better - color, tonality, sharpness, noise? Maybe that will aid understanding what you are on about.


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