Adobe publishes “quick guide” on how to transfer Aperture data to Lightroom

Back in June during its annually World Wide Developer Conference, Apple not only showcased iOS 8 and OS X 10.10, but also later announced that it would be discontinuing iPhoto and Aperture in favor of the new cross-platform Photos app. Unless Photos will be a viable replacement for Aperture, serious photographers as well as professionals may have to switch to an alternative workflow.

Out of all the RAW developers that are out there, Adobe's Lightroom is probably the most widely used. And with the ongoing Photoshop CC + Lightroom bundle deal for…

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via Imaging Resource News Page


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