I'm not sure if this is a Digital Photography question or belongs in the Mac Applications section, but I figured I'd ask here.. Mods, feel free to move this if you think its off-topic. Currently I shoot everything in JPEG simply because when I share my pictures with others it seemed easier to work with the smaller file sizes and a more standard picture format for those who don't know anything about pictures (or don't have RAW viewers installed...) Anyway, today I was thinking about it, my camera (Nikon D5000) has the ability to shoot both RAW and JPEG, I don't want to clutter my iPhoto library (which is my main repository for pictures) with duplicate in both formats. I also don't want to take the time to select every other picture when I do an import and select only the JPG's to import just because of how time consuming that can be. Is it possible to have a script/automation to read the memory card and import all of the JPG's into iPhoto and all of the RAW/NEF files into Aperture? I don't mind keeping both libraries separate (Actually I'd prefer it), and if I wanted to go back to the RAW files I easily can? I've never really played with automator or scripting, so I figured maybe some of you other photo guru's already do this and I wouldn't have to re-invent the wheel.. Or, if theres another way to do this, I'd be open to suggestion!