Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2013/07/06

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Subject: [Leica] Alternatives to Adobe rentware
From: scottgregory at (Scott Gregory)
Date: Sat, 06 Jul 2013 18:11:19 -0400
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Only reporting what I have read in the past week online. 


On 2013-07-06, at 6:05 PM, John McMaster <john at> wrote:

> I thought more 'pros' were leaving Aperture? Apple are not updating it 
> much and if you happen to own a Monochrom......
> john
>> -----Original Message-----
>> I just purchased CS6 about three months before Adobe announced the
>> changes. I'm not pleased as a small consumer so will use CS6, Lightroom 
>> and
>> and plan on getting Aperture which I see a lot of pros are using these 
>> days as
>> well. I'm not a heavy manipulator preferring to do all I can in camera.
>> Scott
>> On 2013-07-06, at 11:25 AM, Jeffery Smith <jsmith342 at> wrote:
>>> It will be interesting to see how the non-pro membership copes with the
>> move to renting Adobe software by the month or year. Inasmuch as most
>> plug-ins are designed for Adobe software, our hands are sort of tied on 
>> this
>> one. I have a Mac and access to Aperture 3.x, which works with most plug-
>> ins. Inasmuch as I'm a member of, I can peruse the Aperture
>> tutorials and see if switching to Aperture is going to be enough for me 
>> (my
>> needs are far less than professional needs).
>>> Jeffery
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