I was talking to a pro who was shooting a wedding recently, and she told me that if a photo is so far gone that she needs to make the move from Lightroom to PhotoShop, it's too far gone to save.True story. Mostly. I just edited my latest engagement session entirely in Lightroom. I think it's the first time I've not brought a single image into Photoshop, but Lightroom 4 is just that good. If you have a style that needs blending modes or there is something that needs to be taken out of the picture that the spot removal in Lightroom can't handle, then Photoshop is useful, but mostly it is becoming redundant and overkill for my wedding/portrait work. The selection tools and content aware functions in the new versions (CS5, CS6) are truly incredible though.EG
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