My current workflow is to review my images with SPP. If I find some I like I process as 16 bit tiffs and save / manage the tiffs in Aperture. I have wondered if perhaps it might be better to process all of the images as lower res JPGs with the thought being to go back and work the best images later.
This question is similar to the one I face when scanning film. Should I do quick low resolution scans and re scan the selects later or should I spend more time determining which are the best. I have compromised with the film scans in that I scan most images as medium resolution JPGs and occasionally re scan certain negatives later.
I am relatively certain that I will remain with my present system for my DP1 images until Aperture or Lightroom is able to process the RAW images and then will not use SPP again. I have a suspicion that Lightroom will support the DP1 relatively soon and that Aperture will never support the DP1. This is sad as I have come to be quite comfortable with Aperture and also sad because it will require the expenditure of more multiple hundreds of dollars. I am having some serious doubts about this whole RAW thing...seems as though there is ALWAYS another program that needs to be purchased. When do the benefits start to accrue again?
Well, if I do change to Lightroom I will once again be able to avail myself of the wit and wisdom of Scott Kelby and crew...that's a plus.