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Old Jan 11th, 2011, 12:04 AM   #31
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Originally Posted by hayesk View Post
As I said, I've only heard this from other people. I haven't used it myself. But a quick google search turns up numerous hits about people finding Lightroom's workflow linear and restrictive (i.e. you have to work according to its steps), while Aperture's is more open, and lets you work in whatever order you want.
Hmmm, I don't know what google searches are turning up, but I do not find LR restrictive in any way. On the contrary, I think the workflow is very open and efficient. The issue (if there is one) might be how LR is set up initially and whether intergration with other Adobe apps (such as Photoshop) is required or not. You can set up LR to use any graphics editor as the default external editor, but using LR with anything less capable than Photoshop is hugely redundant.
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