Summary:

Apple is on a software-release roll. Yesterday they released Leopard 10.5.2 and today they have released Aperture 2. Aperture is Apple’s pro-level photograph editing and management software that has been picking up a lot of steam in the past couple of years. There are over 100 […]

Aperture 2

Apple is on a software-release roll. Yesterday they released Leopard 10.5.2 and today they have released Aperture 2.

Aperture is Apple’s pro-level photograph editing and management software that has been picking up a lot of steam in the past couple of years.

There are over 100 new features in Aperture 2, some of which are:

  • Updated user interface
  • Quick preview mode
  • Larger project management
  • .Mac Web Gallery integration
  • Tethered shooting support
  • Duplicate detection

You can see the full list of updates here.

Also worth noting is the price as now dropped from $299 to just $199 for a full version and $99 to upgrade.

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