New Workflow Software
Recent innovations in workflow software have seen the emergence of a number of programs that attempt to offer a “one-stop shop” solution to digital imaging workflow.
Examples of such software included Adobe’s Lightroom, Apple’s Aperture, and Phase One’s Capture One.
What they all aim to replace is the workflow model that relies on a browser to download, an image database to organize, and Photoshop to do post-production. The advantage of one-stop software is speed and neatness, and the ability to concentrate on essentials rather than pick through the many features of the latest Photoshop that are of little value to photography. Against this, they require learning a new workflow system, creating a resistance among photographers ...