I'm looking for the best way to import a Apple's Aperture whole database Project's Library (with different raws format - Canon 5D Mark II and OMD-5 Olympus) with corrections applied or not to the work copies of photos ? And of course with the pictures as they were photographed ? Aperture creates a work copy with adjustments and "keeps" the original photo. But I'm not sure that there are as many photos and copies. As I know copies are in fact the original photos with adjustments parameters ? I'm not sur of that but if anybody has an answer, it's welcome !
And with an importation, is it possible to maintain the "reverse" of corrections too ? It is possible in Aperture to do so. I can change many parameters and then cancel one or more of them. If I import my Aperture's library with many projects, I wonder if this compatibility is possible ?
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Naturally, this does not import EVERYTHING that is in Aperture, some concepts in Aperture simply do not exist in Lightroom, and other Aperture features are approximated by similar Lightroom tools, rather than being an exact match.
I can change many parameters and then cancel one or more of them. If I import my Aperture's library with many projects, I wonder if this compatibility is possible ?
This has nothing to do with importing from Aperture. Yes, in Lightroom, if you set the exposure to +0.5, and then you want to undo it, you simply set the exposure back to zero.
I'll keep as long as possible my Aperture (expensive) database and use Aperture. I also read LightRoom Queen advises.
I'll see. Now I actually find that Apple neglects professionals. Tim Cook is probably ill advised. "Apple buys the general fortunate public". The Apple hardware is expensive but fine. Yosemite Too. But what about the usages ? Too formatted. And a bit WASP, isn't it ?