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1  General / Comments about the book / Next Edition? on: April 16, 2007, 01:55:19 PM
I just discovered your book and horrified that I did not read this sooner. It is incredibly relevant and useful. This is a book that every student should own.

I am reading the copy our studio owns but would like to purchase my own.  Everyone mentions that the book was published when lightroom was still beta so I must ask....when will the next edition be out?  There is another edition on the horizion, right?  Please say yes......
2  DAM Stuff / Software Discussions / Re: Lightroom -vs- iView for DAM on: April 16, 2007, 01:46:36 PM
I am also deciding which of these two softwares to purchase and I appreciate all the feedback.

I am trying out the free versions of both and one interesting thing that I just noticed today is that iview includes quicktime movies in my catalog and lightroom does not.  I do lots of short quicktime movies with my point and shoot camera for personal stuff and the ability to catalog these would be a HUGE bonus!  That alone may be the deciding factor for me....since my main need is the  cataloguing features and not the raw processing or web stuff.  Ironic that I am a professional photog and a personal use may be the deciding factor!  I do like the lightroom interface a lot better however...so I am still a swing voter but I am leaning  towards iview.
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