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Lightroom vs. Aperture – A Single Image Comparison

Last March, I posted “A Saturday Shooting San Francisco“.

In particular, that post included a link to a shot of San Francisco taken from the Sausalito waterfront that sort of mimicked a similar photograph done by Chris Honeysett that I have in one of my offices.

I happened across this post again today – and wondered how I might tweak it using Lightroom as, at the time, I was only handling my post-processing in Apple’s Aperture.

So, I pulled the photo into Lightroom 2.2, applied two gradient filters (one from above, a second from below) and here’s the result.

This kind of easy post-processing is what I’m enjoying most about Lightroom!

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