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1  DAM Stuff / Software Discussions / Re: Lightroom -vs- iView for DAM on: April 06, 2007, 10:28:53 AM
John-

Thank you so much...these details are very helpful and confirm some of my suspicions about the two being similar but LR being a bit more immature... I also may end up using iView for more than just photos...other file types etc. so sounds as if it may be the best option for me for a number  of reasons...

Truly appreciate the detail you put into your response.  Really helps a guy who is still fairly new to all this but is trying to do as much research ahead of time as possible.

Jeff Lovett
2  DAM Stuff / Software Discussions / Re: Lightroom -vs- iView for DAM on: April 04, 2007, 04:18:01 PM
Thanks Chris-

Yes I am still doing some research but it does appear that Lightroom has some limitations so I may just go wtih iView..but still looking and researching.  Would appreciate it if Peter or some of the other more senior members of this forum could add some additional insight.
3  DAM Stuff / Software Discussions / Lightroom -vs- iView for DAM on: March 29, 2007, 09:43:41 AM
Hello All-

I am a relative newbie but have bought Peter's book and have been reading a lot of the posts in various forums here and starting to get educated.   I am an amateur photographer at present with possible aspirations to become more and my girlfriend is doing some semi-pro photography as well.  As a result the growing catalog of files is badly in need of a system before it gets out of control.  Peter your system seems straight forward (relatively speaking given the complexity of the space). 

My question which I didn't see directly covered in any of the forums was the relative merits/weaknesses of  Adobe Lightroom as a DAM tool -vs- iView.  I have played around with iView some and like it overall....but thought with Lightroom being integrated with the rest of the Adobe suite and with Bridge etc. it might make life easier.   Any comparisons/education on why iView over Lightroom would be appreciated.

Thanks

Jeff
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