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    C1 Aperture

    Good morning from Madrid!!

    Ok , it's not about wich is better.

    I would like to use C1 and later go to aperture because I like it and I have all the nick soft I like too , but , if I do this I end up with huge files all around the house !!
    I go from C1 to aperture in tiff 16 and they are Big Big files.

    So , what is the proper workflow?

    Thanks

    James

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    Re: C1 Aperture

    Quote Originally Posted by Jamesmd View Post
    Good morning from Madrid!!

    Ok , it's not about wich is better.

    I would like to use C1 and later go to aperture because I like it and I have all the nick soft I like too , but , if I do this I end up with huge files all around the house !!
    I go from C1 to aperture in tiff 16 and they are Big Big files.

    So , what is the proper workflow?

    Thanks

    James
    Hi James
    I hope Madrid is a bit warmer than Cornwall today Brrrrrr.

    I think that's the only way to go - I use both programs as well, and the cataloguing, output and nik connections of Aperture make it irresistable.

    On the other hand, C1 does a better job with the M8 files than Aperture. I actually use Aperture with other cameras as I think it's there or thereabouts (that's Olympus cameras and the Sony A900).

    Just this guy you know

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