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I'm new to Lightroom but I'm looking to import a bunch of photos from Aperture. Yes, I still have not imported them. They are from 2007-2015, all RAW files and they sit on an external hard drive in an Apeture Library. I know Aperture has been dead for a while but what's the easiest way for me to get them into Lightroom now?

 

All help welcome!

 

I have version 3.2

 

Thanks!

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Correct answer by JohanElzenga | Adobe Community Professional

Lightroom 3.2 does not have any special options for importing an Aperture library, but it does have an option to 'migrate from' an Apple Photos library. So open your Aperture library in Apple Photos to convert it, en then import this Photos library into Lightroom.

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Aperture

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I'm new to Lightroom but I'm looking to import a bunch of photos from Aperture. Yes, I still have not imported them. They are from 2007-2015, all RAW files and they sit on an external hard drive in an Apeture Library. I know Aperture has been dead for a while but what's the easiest way for me to get them into Lightroom now?

 

All help welcome!

 

I have version 3.2

 

Thanks!

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Correct answer by JohanElzenga | Adobe Community Professional

Lightroom 3.2 does not have any special options for importing an Aperture library, but it does have an option to 'migrate from' an Apple Photos library. So open your Aperture library in Apple Photos to convert it, en then import this Photos library into Lightroom.

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Lightroom 3.2 does not have any special options for importing an Aperture library, but it does have an option to 'migrate from' an Apple Photos library. So open your Aperture library in Apple Photos to convert it, en then import this Photos library into Lightroom.


-- Johan W. Elzenga, http://www.johanfoto.com

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