In cruising web sites of various top notch digital photographers, I cannot find a single one that uses DPP. All of the DSLR shooters are using Aperture, LR or ACR. I guess the poor workflow of DPP is a big problem for working pros.
Since learning how to use LR and ACR, the images that I produce are great and the integration with Photoshop is excellent. So I think that I'll stick to what the best photographers are using.
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I simply cannot believe that.
"Various", how many is that?
"Various" is not a statistically viable term.
How many websites did you find where the photographer displays what software he is using?
Because the workflow is usually kept private.
So I must really ask you, how you get to your personal conclusion.
It's of no use for anyone to use ready-made arguments, pre-fab argumentation, that is put together just in different permutation.
Bud, don't see this as critique. I guess we all try to fulfill our work goals and tend to grab "solutions", which are processes, based on convictions of what is true and good, that often are not defined.