I have changed my mind.

Started Mar 23, 2008 | Discussions thread
maljo@inreach.com Veteran Member • Posts: 7,695
Try Aperture 2.0

I'm finding the RAW renditions are very
nice, the work flow is fast and fun.
Minimal work needed to make excellent looking
images. JPG output for client is fast and easy.
Spot removal is excellent. Non destructive.
Prints are excellent with a gamma adjustment
and sharpening at the print stage; very nice.
The gamma adjustment allows changing the lightness
or darkness of prints very easy.
I like the way Key words and sorting work.
I keep my images on the firewire drive and keep
my directory structure intact in Aperture.
I have loaded more than 200,000 images into
Aperture so far and am quite pleased.
With PS CS3 and Lightroom I shot RAW+JPG because
I couldn't always get the RAW just the way I wanted
it. Now I shoot only RAW.

maljo

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