For Whom is Aperture etc. really

Godfrey DiGiorgi gdigiorgi at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 18:49:45 EDT 2011


yes. garbage.

On Wed, Apr 20, 2011 at 1:15 PM, John Sessoms <jsessoms002 at nc.rr.com> wrote:
> From: Tim Bray
>
>> These days, I totally don't recommend Photoshop for photographers.
>> Yes, there are certain kinds of defects that can only be fixed, and
>> wholesale bit surgery that can only be performed, in Photoshop.  But
>> for 80% of photogs iPhoto or equivalent will do what they need, and
>> for 90% of the remaining 20%, including most PDML types, I suspect
>> Aperture or Lightroom will float their boat just fine.
>>
>> I use Lightroom, but watching the general flow of discussion, suspect
>> that Lr/Aperture is more or less a wash these days; or it was until
>> Aperture suddenly got cheaper with the arrival of the App Store.  -T
>
> The expense is not for iPhoto or Aperture, it's buying the Mac to run it on.
> Google "iPhoto for Windows" and see what you get. 8-D
>
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