Hands-on with Aperture
Ever since Apple announced the launch of Aperture I have been excited about it. Though its a fact that I will not be able to get one in the near future – minimum requirements include a Dual G5! – I think this is another great achievement for Apple. While it does not pretend to replace PhotoShop, it is a very powerful complement to it. And from what I see its a great workflow management tool for professionals and serious amateurs alike. PDN Online has a good review of Aperture, it also looks at some of the limitations that had been highlighted ever since it was launched last month.
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