Aperture for Mac offers a better way to refine your images. It is a photo editing software designed for professional photo editors. Aperture has the control and speed which makes it very effective for iPhoto users. It has been designed to work perfectly with the Retina Display option on MacBook Pro, giving you the ability to work on images with high resolution and distinctive clarity. With the newly improved Photo library, Mac users can now work with the full integration of Aperture and iPhoto. You can now explore both apps (Aperture and iPhoto) together without having to import or export photos from one of the apps to the other. Aperture has a lot of creative and exciting features to help you in redefining your images to make it look perfect to you. With Aperture you have one of the most powerful photo editing app available for Macintosh.
Aperture is a very powerful photo editor designed for Mac users. With the emergence of Aperture 3 by Apple, the developers have notably raised the bar for other competitors to match. If you are looking for an app to recreate your image to look perfect, then Aperture is your best bet. It is a powerful tool for professional photo editors. It comes with exciting new features missing in the previous version.
Another feature is the Geotagging feature called Place. This provides works by supplying location data in a photo. This works by dragging your photo to a location on the map of your system. Aperture works with Google maps which and allows you to select either a road map or a terrain view. You can still use the Google deep search to select home locations. Aperture presents your work in a main central window, with tabbed side panels for Library, Image Info (including showing lens type and focus points) and Adjustments.
Aperture is compatible with OS X Snow Leopard (10.6) and later and utilizes 64-Bit processing, so you can edit, import, open and save faster than ever before.