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    Apr 08, 2012
    New to Mac Books

    I am looking to get I Mac I am just starting out in Photography and understand the Apple Mac's are best for graphics and editing software. Can anyone give me some advice on this?

    I have only ever used PC's and I am very proficient at using them and have worked on an IT helpdesk before so understand more than the average person.

    Some guidance would be much appreciated.



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    Oct 22, 2007
    Mac Mini Core i7 2012 | White 2009 MacBook 2 Ghz | 733 Mhz G4 Quicksilver
    I wouldn't say that Macs are necessarily better than PCs at getting the job done, unless there's some Mac only software that you want to use
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    Nov 02, 2011
    Late 2011 13" MBP 2.4 GHz i5 16gb RAM, Early 2008 Mac Pro 2.8Ghz 8-Core Xeon 6gb RAM OSX 10.9.x
    I do photography on with my mac and you'll really love it. Aperture 3 is really nice to work with and I find it easier to use than LightRoom with similar results. Though if your an Adobe fan you can still run it on OS X. Even iPhoto will give you awesome results. I think you'll injoy the Mac quite a lot for photography.
    Past Macs: Power PC G4 996mhz, Power PC G5 quad-core, 2006 13" Macbook Intel Core Duo

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