First let me start by saying how much fun I have had on this project. I really was overwhelmed by all the comments and discussions that ensued after each post. I hope we can keep it going. So, last week I finished a week long comparison between Apple’s Aperture, and Adobe’s Lightroom. I tried to stay away from the technical details of each program, and just focused on how they fit the style of work I do.
Meanwhile on the Inside Lightroom site, Micheal Clark was essentially doing the same thing. We both came to this project with basically opposite perspectives. Michael has been using Lightroom for some time now, and I have been a big fan of Aperture for the last year or so. So, we both jumped in the water and tried to make sense out of things.
As promised, we have both published articles on our respective sites and you can view them now. Take some time to read through my synopsis of the Aperture Vs. Lightroom Field Test here, and when you are done, be sure to check out Michael’s article here.
Where do we go from here? Well, I am pretty happy with Aperture, but I have always been one of those people who loves to tinker with new toys and gadgets. So, I am sure I will be venturing further into the dark corners of Adobe’s Lightroom, and I’ll be posting anything that seems interesting. I’ve also got plenty more to say about Aperture, so, please continue to tune in.