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February 2008

Apple Aperture 2.0 processes A700 raw

2 comments to Apple Aperture 2.0 processes A700 raw

  • I have deleted several comments and my own replies, and revised the article substantially (the comments referred to the original post, and I’ve changed a lot of the introduction). Unfortunately I’m now up to having spent about eight hours on this and must move on!


  • David,

    In particular, look at the skin tones in the shadows of the man. You’ll see blotchy color spots in LR, but nothing in Aperture’s (there’s the luma pattern but chroma is all gone).

    You may not like Aperture’s concept as a DAM but it is pretty clear that even at low ISOs it kicks LR’s butt.