Should I migrate to Photos first?

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    I am about to download Raw Power. I’m still an Aperture holdout and very happy to have found this program. I have owned Lightroom for years and just don’t like it and never really used it. This program looks beautiful and very familiar to me. Please tell me if I should migrate my Aperture library (about 40K images, many of them raw) to Photos first? Or should I just download Raw Power and import? I have some photos in Photos, and a lot on my iPhone, and I’m just not sure where to begin. Thank you for any help. Sue

    Nik Bhatt

    Hi Sue,

    Thank you for your interest in the app. Sorry for the late response – I did not see your post.

    For now, I suggest leaving your library in Aperture. You can use RAW Power 2.0 as a file browser or as a Photos extension (editing one image at a time) and get used to the app and its features.

    RAW Power 3.0 will have support for Photos libraries (using macOS Catalina), so you will be able to use it as an alternative interface to your library. It will not have the exact same features as Photos (each will have unique features). At that point, it might make sense to move from Aperture to Photos.

    I hope that helps. You can email if you have more questions (or reply on this thread).

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