Aperture vs. Photosop

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  1. scrutiny1

    scrutiny1 TPF Noob!

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    What are the biggest differences of the two? I know that aperture is more for orginization but you can edit also. Do they have the same tools or not?

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    Alex_B No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    photoshop is a piece of software to edit and manipulate images (which has in some versions the capability of akwardly importing RAW data)

    Aperture is a piece of software (like Adobe Lightroom, Bibble, Breeze Browser, Phase One) to organize and "develop/adjust" your Raw files ... basically a RAW converter with a chance to optimise your workflow. So it is aiming at something completely different than Photoshop.

    Since I shoot RAW only, all my images are processed through the RAW converter ("developed in the darkroom"), but only few of the resulting JPEGs get serious photoshop-editing afterwards.
     
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    they have not. some features are similar though. at least if you compare with the raw converting features of photoshop.
     

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