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Old 02-06-2012, 07:42 AM
bshor
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Sorry, it'd been a while since I read the full review (I decided to go with Inkubook for the WLPG interface), and forgotten you did mention them. Thanks again for the hard work!

Lightroom 4 could change the game if it had full photo management, book creation, and interface to a good printing service.

I've been trying it out but it's had some bugs for me, and I'm not used to it yet -- I'm a longtime Bibble user. Also it's strange for me to use a RAW processor to catalog JPEG files (since I don't just exclusively take RAW pictures).
 
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Old 02-06-2012, 08:26 AM
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Lightroom 4 could change the game if it had full photo management, book creation, and interface to a good printing service.
Indeed! I'm not entirely convinced they'll nail it, at least not for my needs. Stand-alone software provides so much more control...for some pros I guess this evolution makes sense. I never use Lightroom for printing myself.

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I've been trying it out but it's had some bugs for me, and I'm not used to it yet -- I'm a longtime Bibble user. Also it's strange for me to use a RAW processor to catalog JPEG files (since I don't just exclusively take RAW pictures).
The nice thing about Lightroom is that it can be used in so many different types of workflows. For instance, I use it as a temporary workspace for raw and JPEG (for my cameras that lack raw) editing, nothing more. When I finish processing an event/shoot, I export it as a stand-alone catalogue then I export the final images as JPEGs and use Picasa and ACDSee to manage them from that point onward.
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