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Aperture, Capture One and Lightroom Walk into a Bar (Part 2 of 2)

Jochen H. Schmidt's picture
March 16, 2015 - 12:00pm
This post picks up where part one left off. We all know that Aperture is going away, and we’re all eventually going to have to switch to something else. Last week, I looked at the interface and workflow features in Lightroom and Capture One. In today’s segment, I’ll dive into specific image editing comparisons and capabilities between all three apps.
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Aperture, Capture One and Lightroom Walk into a Bar (Part 1 of 2)

Jochen H. Schmidt's picture
March 13, 2015 - 12:00pm
Aperture is going away, and we’re all eventually going to have to switch to something else. After years of working with Aperture, and months of exploring both Lightroom and Capture One, I’d like to share a collection of comparisons between the three apps. In today’s section, I’ll look at the interface and workflow features. In the next segment, I’ll dive into specific image editing comparisons and capabilities.
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Really Smart Photos with onOne and Aperture

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December 24, 2014 - 12:00pm

The advantage of Aperture’s Round Trip is that it keeps all your work packaged up neatly in an easy-to-handle Library. One of the disadvantages is that many of the plug-ins that work with Aperture’s Library also fix their results permanently upon exit. If you wish to go back and tweak later, you’re stuck with starting over with your last Aperture version. The latest version of onOne Software's Perfect Photo Suite 9 aims to address that.

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