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Aperture VS. CS3 W/ Bridge


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Hi Guys,

Quick question...Any reason to use Aperture along side PS CS3 or just use PS with Bridge. Is it just me or Photoshop with Bridge seems to be a trump over Aperture..? I am new to OS X and also just getting back into graphic/web design and digital photography from a long break, any advice would be greatly appreciated.
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Seriously... NO REPLIES?? Bump.
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Ok i will give you my opinion....I used to use cs2 and bridge, and like you thought there was no need for any other system. When i got my intel macand bridge didnt work i had to find other ways while i wited for cs3 to cmoe ou =t and be compatible. As a birthday gift, my now fiance bought my aperture (she saw me sneeking a peak online once). After a few trials on how to organize and keep track of projects (this is soley how you feel comfortable) I have found that it is so much easy than the old faitflu combo of ps and bridge. Now i obviously keep ps around for those extra touches.

the ease of smart albums and the organization is so much more thought out for photographers. This is just my opinion.
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Aperture (or lightroom) is a different sort of application and can be used in conjunction with your habit of PSCS and Bridge. I use Lightroom extensively for asset management and working the RAW files, photoshop/bridge for other retouching and browsing.

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Hmm I know I can read this somewhere, but PS can do everything Aperture can do no? And thanks for the replies.
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