Lightroom vs. Elements vs. PS3?

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  1. thereforeiamx

    thereforeiamx TPF Noob!

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    When you have all three programs, which would you even post-process your photograph in?!

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    Joves No longer a newbie, moving up!

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    Im used to CS/PS myself but, Im learning to use Capture NX for my RAWs. It depends on if you are processing RAW or, Jpegs.
     
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    Lightroom and CS3 are very different programs. Even Bridge and Lightroom, which makes for a better comparison, are different. here's an overview:
    http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshoplightroom/productinfo/faq/lr_bridge.html

    I prefer Bridge/CS3 most of the time... But, I'm probably in the minority. LR just hasn't grown on me enough to completely revamp my workflow.

    Edited to add: Elements is a strange one to throw into the mix, if you have CS3. CS3 makes it obsolete... a diluted version of Photoshop. That said, Elements is more than adequate for most shooters.
     
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    ah, thanks for the replies/links. much appreciated :)
     

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