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January 17, 2012


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Great collection on photos. It's nice to have a record of the year's accomplishments.

But Lightroom 3 is now on par with Photoshop CS5 in many respects, due mainly to the shared components like RAW image processing

Yes Andrew, they are actually identical to each other as far as the processing engine.

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