Which RAW Processor for More Efficient Workflow: Capture1 or Lightroom ??

Started Dec 1, 2012 | Questions thread
Jacques Cornell
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Aperture or Lightroom for high-volume work
In reply to Steve Bingham, Dec 12, 2012

Steve Bingham wrote:

Majikthize wrote:

Steve Bingham wrote:

I can convert my D7000 raw files to 16 bit tiffs in a second using ACR. I can batch process 60 in a minute or 300 in 5 minutes. Pretty easy in PS CS6. If you don't like a few, do them over. Time is money. PS CS5 is even slightly faster. Crazy, no?

Spoken like a man who doesn't need to edit, adjust, output and deliver 500 photos from a take of 1,500 in 24 hours.

I used to use iView for image management and PS for RAW conversion. Then Apple's Aperture came along and it was hasta la vista Adobe. Just in time, too, because then Microsoft bought and murdered iView.

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You are absolutely correct! I have never taken 1,500 shots in a single outing and expected to edit and individually adjust, evaluate, and chose 500 photos in 24 hrs. Ever, ever, ever. I shudder just thinking about it.

Such is the world of event & wedding photography. With an A-to-Z workflow solution like Aperture or Lightroom and a modern Mac, it's really not that bad.

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