|Apr 19, 2013, 01:10 AM||#1|
Capture One Pro 7 vs. Lightroom 4: File Handling
It's been a couple months since I've moved from Aperture to Lightroom. The image quality boost is immense; I have far greater control over my images than before.
But I recently gave Capture One Pro a go and that's even better that Lightroom in terms of RAW performance. Tethered shooting also comes in very handy, so I was considering switching yet again.
Aperture's referenced library structure is nearly identical to Lightroom's catalog structure, but I'm unsure about Capture One's file management system. How similar are the two? Will it be simple to switch?
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|Apr 19, 2013, 06:16 AM||#2|
I used long ago Capture One Pro and DXO softwares. They remain both for very serious photographers. At the present, I just use Photoshop for everything and skip over the rest as I don't do much shooting but more about image restoration and retouch.
It might be prudent if you not only tried them all out with some file management complexity but went to some photo related web sites and checked out the forums. As for those that use Aperture and love it, I say more power to them as it really comes down to what you want in a work flow.
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