Tag Archives: Lightroom

Getting Messy with Photography Series – Stylistic Post Processing

Do you process your photos to get a picture that was different from how you remember it?  The Divide Out There Here is how a typical Facebook friend vs. Google+ Photography community member reply to the same statement. The Instagram look is ______. …fun and easy to apply. …over. Cut through the opinions and get […]

7 Steps to Switching from Aperture to Lightroom

7 Steps to Switching from Aperture to Lightroom 1. Understand Catalogs Think Card Catalog at the library. It doesn’t have books in it. It just keeps track of where they are and what the books have in them. It also knows any changes you make. It’s most like your Aperture Library except it can’t hold […]

Lightroom 4.3 vs. Aperture 3 ; 5 Reasons I’m switching to Lightroom

Lightroom 4.3 Retina, Here at last… Retina Support Improving my Video workflow Please see this post explaining why Retina support was a hold out for me for my video workflow. As always, clicking on my screen captures shows the full res version to see my actual Retina pixels, 1800 x 2880. If you zoom in […]

Lightroom 4 and ACR vs. Aperture 3 for Photo Editing; 3 Reasons to Choose Lightroom and Why I Didn’t

A toe to toe match between ACR  Lightroom 4 and Aperture 3 Bottom Line Up Front Lightroom 4 and ACR (Adobe Camera Raw) have exceeded Aperture on every level I care about and would drastically improve my editing workflow except in Retina support. If you have a high ppi display AKA Retina then go with […]