Lately Apple has released many new things. Mac OSX 10.5.2 and Apple TV Take 2. One other announcement was the long awaited Aperture 2. This version is the third major update to Apple’s photo editing software and introduces many great features. The most obvious feature is a new interface which makes photos easier to find […]
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The Long Awaited Aperture 2.0 Arrives

Aperture 2.0 Arrives

Lately Apple has released many new things. Mac OSX 10.5.2 and Apple TV Take 2. One other announcement was the long awaited Aperture 2. This version is the third major update to Apple’s photo editing software and introduces many great features.

The most obvious feature is a new interface which makes photos easier to find and edit. There is also a simpler iPhoto library browser and a quick look feature. Apple added some more editing tools and added more RAW support.

This update was mainly focused on speed, with the improved search tools and quick look features, and overall I think this is a great update and I plan on upgrading soon. You can try a 30 day trial and read more about Aperture 2 here. Apple even has a large list of video tutorials available.

Aperture 2 costs $99 for an upgrade, $200 for a new user, or $179 for a non-upgradable student version. If you recently purchased Apeture 1.5, from January 1 to March 14, 2008 you can pay $9.95 shipping for a free upgrade.

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