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Aperture 3 VS LightRoom 3

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Just a collection of links to help try and solve the eternal question of which is better suited to your photography!  I selected review sites that had a review for both

Aperture or LightRoom? Both at 3.

LightRoom or Aperture? For Who?

Arstechnica – Aperture 3 Review

Arstechnica – LightRoom 3 Review

Barefeats speed tests – Aperture 3 vs LightRoom 3.

PresetPond – User created presets for Aperture and LightRoom

Photoradar – Aperture 3 vs LightRoom 3

Brighthub – Aperture 3 vs LightRoom 3

CrunchGear – Aperture 3 Review

CrunchGear – LightRoom 3 Review

Photoshop vs Aperture or Lightroom – Post Production

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  1. thanks for the info..

    Karl Bratby

    February 7, 2011 at 22:33

  2. Thanks for reading.


    February 8, 2011 at 00:07

  3. In the Barefeats tests Aperture beats Lightroom in export and import, but Lr is *significantly* faster processing the images.
    This is what I found in my own informal testing.
    Adding a few simple adjustments and a vignette to a dozen images in Ap3 elicited the beachball, whereas Lr3 crunched through it in seconds. If you are a wedding photographer, Lr3 is the clear choice.


    August 3, 2011 at 18:05

  4. Performance is no good if the UI doesn’t aid the user. I can’t for the life of me figure out how LR catalogs images, I’ve tried it repeatedly on all three versions and sadly gone back to Aperture, for my documentary work and weddings. ;-)


    August 8, 2011 at 23:08

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