There is a reason why macOS users are migrating from Aperture to Lightroom. And that is the Aperture doesn’t support the latest version of macOS. Not just lightroom users have switched on other photo management software too. But, most of the immigrants are preferring to shift on Lightroom.
Many users already know the procedure of migrating from Aperture to Lightroom. Few of them don’t know the procedure. So for such Aperture users, we have prepared a step by step guide, written below.
Step to migrate from Aperture to Lightroom:
Actually it was a difficult procedure and most of the users were worried about it. After the latest macOS update, Lightroom developers decided to facilitate the Aperture users. So, they simplified the procedure. Now Aperture users just need to follow few steps to migrate from Aperture to Lightroom.
Users required a tool designed by Lightroom developers, that tool will help them to transfer photos from Aperture to Lightroom. Here are the steps for aperture users who wish to migrate to Lightroom.
- Open Lightroom Classic on your computer.
- Choose the File option.
- Navigate to Plug-in Extras.
- Select Import from Aperture Library.
- Your libraries should be detected automatically.
- Now click the Import button.
We want to clarify that the following types of data will be imported from Aperture to the lightroom. Flags, star ratings, keywords, GPS data, faces, info panel, hidden files, and Aperture color labels will be imported. Aperture Stacking, project hierarchies, iPhoto events, folders, albums, and other organization data will also be imported.
These elements willnot be imported: Image adjustments, smart albums, color labels, stacks, PSD files, and your creations.
It’s so easy now to migrate from Aperture to Lightroom now. Still, if any users are unable to understand the procedure, they can ask us through the comments section. Our Windows experts will guide you in detail. A reply will be posted as soon as possible.