|Nov 18, 2013, 04:51 PM||#51|
I find it amazing (~ly disappointing) that Aperture doesn't identify duplicates. Even the simplest built-in programs identify dups, it's like downloading Excel and finding it doesn't divide.
Having to download another program to cope with the shortcomings of the so-called ultimate program you just downloaded is ridiculous. Come on Aperture, just fix it!
|Nov 18, 2013, 08:32 PM||#52|
|Nov 19, 2013, 03:40 AM||#53|
Aperture has 2 major flaws - it doesn't use dng profiles and it doesn't have database lens corrections. These 2 reasons were enough for me to switch to Lr4 and now 5...
Maybe A4 will bring this in, but I ain't going back. Pro photographers use Lr5 for these reasons.
|Nov 19, 2013, 05:55 AM||#54|
Be under no illusion - Lightroom is aimed squarely at AMATEURS, not professionals (so is Aperture, I'm not taking sides here). You've got to remember that professionals make up a tiny percentage of the photography market. If Adobe or Apple really did make a programme designed specifically for professionals, nobody would buy it.
They're not making the software so the planet's standard of photography goes up - they're doing it to make money. And the real money is in the amateurs / enthusiats / general public, because they make up 99.9% of the photographic community.
Both tools are good, but both are also extremely limited.
All the best.
|Nov 19, 2013, 07:18 AM||#55|
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