Do you mean Silver Efex Pro?
In LR, you render a tiff and edit in SFX. The pixels are baked in the tiff.
In PS, you get a new layer with the B&W, you can paint B&W with a brush and you can edit the file as a Smart Filter so you can go back and make additional B&W edits in the future.
This is great. All of these were with a GF1.
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This is my first time trying to link to my Flickr account...
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That Automator script is pretty slick but keep in mind it's writing to your original raw files. If you don't have them backed up separately somewhere, you may have an issue in the future. Then again, you may not.
I use keywords and it works just fine. Still doesn't show the aperture, but at...
Here's something interesting for the iPad if you use LR: Photosmith – the iPad mobile companion for Adobe Lightroom
My issue with this app -- if you mark a file as rejected, it's ignored during the sync process rather than being marked for deletion in LR.
You could get around that by using the...
Adobe has the finest minds in digital imaging working for them. Without a doubt, the sharpening and noise reduction in LR are much better.
Adobe updates for new cameras faster.
Adobe has lens corrections built into LR.
Aperture will let you brush on any adjustment.
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