Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Aperture 2 allows picture viewing on iPhone

Apple has finally released Aperture 2, its popular photo editing and management software.
Apple has managed to add over 100 new features into it, ranging from additions to streamlined user interface, to raw image processing, and from workflow additions to image processing tools. There is no point to name them all but all I can say that it’s loaded with new features. Even worthy enough for professional photographer!


Aperture 2 also allows you to sync your Aperture library to the .Mac Web Gallery to be viewed directly through the iPhone, iPod, or Apple TV where you can enjoy them in glorious high definition.

Aperture 2 is available for US$199 while owners of Aperture 1 can upgrade for only US$99. And of course you can always try it for 30 days before deciding to purchase it, which surely you won’t regret.

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