Version: 3.5.1 || Release Date: 2013-11-16 || License: Commercial with demo ($79.99) App Owner: paul

Designed from the ground up for professional photographers, Aperture provides everything you need for after the shoot, delivering the first all-in-one post-production tool for photographers.

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I use Aperture with Nik software for further adjustments. Good software with/without Nik Software.


Aperture 3 is out. Solid update btw!

Aperture works very fast in my macbook 2.4 (early 2008).

It is snappier than iPhoto and consumes less memory/cpu than Adobe Bridge.
I am learning how to use it with Lynda.com training.

About Aperture VS Lightroom survey: There are more people using windows than Mac, so It's easy to explain why more people are using Lightroom. That survey should be done ONLY with people who use macs.

Lightroom seems a very good app too. Can somebody tell me if Lightroom uses more cpu than Aperture? Having a cpu hog kills laptop's battery.

I love aperture, no other tool, has helped me more with my photography, and taught me the benefit of a RAW workflow.

I much prefer Aperture to Lightroom. You do need a fast Mac with good memory though.

2.1 is very very good just my opinion

Lightroom seems clearly ahead of Aperture in this survey:
<em>Lightroom's usage among Mac-based pros is still nearly double that of Aperture (26.6% vs. 14.3%).</em>

French article on macandphoto

Aperture FTW!

Pardon me, as jbsnyder mentioned I was talking about RAW file support for the LX2. As of 1.5 I believe the LX2 is supported which is nice and works well.

It had nothing to do with having a card reader. Yes, clintob, having a card reader IS much faster as I'm well aware. Thanks.

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