Corel has introduced AfterShot Pro, a new digital photography editing and organization application compatible with Mac OS X, Windows and Linux operating systems. The software ships at the end of the month and costs $99. A trial version is now … Continued
∞ Apple adds Raw support for eleven more cameras
Apple has updated the Digital Camera RAW Compatibility software used by iPhoto ’11 and Aperture 3 to version 3.9, and with it, added support for 11 more digital cameras. They include: Canon PowerShot S100 Nikon 1 J1 Nikon 1 V1 … Continued
∞ Aperture 3.2, iPhoto 9.2 add iCloud, iOS 5 support
Apple on Wednesday released iPhoto 9.2 and Aperture 3.2, updates to its consumer and professional photo organizing software, respectively. Both updates supports compatibility with iCloud and iOS 5, according to Apple. iPhoto 9.2 also addresses minor stability, performance and compatibility issues, … Continued
∞ Apple Raw software update adds support for eight new cameras
Apple has released Digital Camera Raw Compatibility Update 3.8. The software is available for download from Apple’s Web site and through the Software Update system preference. This update is to the system software Mac OS X 10.6.5 and higher (including … Continued
∞ Apple updates Aperture
Apple on Wednesday released an update to its professional photography workflow application, Aperture.
∞ Apple updates ProKit, Digital Raw Camera software
Apple has posted updates to its ProKit software and its Digital Raw Camera Compatibility software. Both updates are available through the software update system preference or from Apple’s Web site.
∞ Aperture 3.1.2 improves brush response, iPhoto library import
Apple has posted an update to Aperture, its digital photo organization and retouching software for photo professionals. The new release is available for download through the Software Update system preference and through the Apple Web site.
∞ Apple releases Digital Camera Raw update for iPhoto, Aperture
Apple on Wednesday released an update for users of its consumer-level iPhoto and professional workflow application, Aperture.
∞ Portal 2 now available for pre-order
Valve Software on Monday announced that Portal 2, the sequel to its award-winning action game for Mac, PC and other platforms, is now available for pre-order. The game is expected to ship on April 18, 2011. Mac users can pre-order … Continued
∞ Apple's Mac OS X Downloads site to change with Mac App Store release
Apple plans to launch the Mac App Store on January 6, 2011. When it does, Apple has revealed that it will stop offering download links on its Mac OS X Downloads page.
∞ iPhoto, Aperture update adds new RAW image compatibility
Apple on Thursday released an update for users of its iPhoto and Aperture photo software, adding RAW image compatibility for a number of cameras.
∞ Apple offers Aperture 3.1.1 update
Apple has posted an update to Aperture, its pro photo management software. The new release, 3.1.1, is available for download from Apple’s Web site and through the Software Update system preference.
∞ FlickrExport 4 released for iPhoto, Aperture
Connected Flow on Thursday released the latest version of its iPhoto and Aperture plug-in, FlickrExport 4.
∞ Aperture 3 workflow four times faster than Lightroom 3
Thomas Boyd has posted results of his head-to-head comparison of two pro photo cataloging applications: Apple’s Aperture 3 and Adobe’s Lightroom 3. Seeing a bias in news and blog postings trumpeting Lightroom’s supposedly superior speed, Boyd has done his own … Continued
∞ Photography for Beginners: Holiday gift giving (and getting) Part 2
Last week, we talked about some gear and gadgets you could put on your Holiday Wish List for yourself or your favorite photographer. This week, we’ll look at some more fun things, including some software.
∞ Aperture 3.1 adds many fixes, iLife '11 compatibility
Apple on Wednesday released Aperture 3.1, an update to its pro-oriented photo editing and cataloging software. The update is available through the Software Update preference and through Apple’s Web site.
∞ Photography for Beginners: An introduction
Buying a digital camera is one of the most important decisions in your life.
∞ Pixelmator adds Aperture support
I’ve been using Pixelmator since it was first released and it just keeps getting better with every update.
∞ Snow Leopard graphics update fixes game, Aperture problems
Apple has released an update for Mac OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard” which is available for download through the Software Update system preference and through the Apple Web site.
∞ Apple's Digital Camera Raw Compatibility Update expands camera support
Apple has released Digital Camera Raw Compatibility Update 3.3, an update to the system software that enables its Aperture 3 and iPhoto ’09 software to connect and communicate with digital cameras. The new release is available for download from Apple’s … Continued
∞ Chase Jarvis details his pro photography workflow
There’s nothing better than getting information directly from the pros that we respect and follow. Whether it’s music, graphics or in this case, photography, getting tips on workflow can be invaluable.
∞ Chase Jarvis hosts free Aperture 3 online classes with Scott Bourne
Renowned photographer Chase Jarvis is hosting a set of three, free classes for photographers that want to get more out of Apple’s professional workflow application, Aperture 3.
∞ Using the iPad with iPhoto and Aperture
The iPad may be considered a mobile device, but Apple built-in a lot of intelligent features, like its ability to work seamlessly with iPhoto and Aperture on the Mac.
∞ Aperture at the NBA playoffs
Anytime a new version of a major app like Aperture is released, people always wonder how it stacks up in real-world conditions. Check this out: On deadline Thomas Boyd chose Aperture to handle the photos from three photographers and nine … Continued
∞ Apple releases Aperture 3.0.3
Apple on Thursday updated its professional photography workflow application, Aperture, fixing nine bugs.
∞ Aperture the backbone of the Best of Photojournalism awards
The National Press Photographers Association (NPPA) is holding its annual Best of Photojournalism awards this week and Apple’s photography workflow application, Aperture, is playing a big role.
∞ Apple updates Aperture and iMovie
Apple on Thursday released updates for its pro photography workflow application and its consumer-focused iMovie, according to MacUpdate.
∞ Apple releases Aperture SlideShow Support Update 1.1
Apple on Monday release an update for its professional photography workflow application, Aperture.
∞ Hands On with Aperture 3.0.1: A huge step ahead for Apple's photo software
Whether you’re a seasoned digital photographer or an amateur looking to step up from iPhoto, chances are that Apple’s Aperture software can help you dramatically. Now in its third major iteration, Aperture is easier to use and more powerful than … Continued
∞ Apple releases ProKit 5.1
Apple released an update for users of its professional applications. ProKit 5.1 is a relatively small download at 16.8MB and is available via software update in Mac OS X or from Apple’s Web site.