Apple Store“Aperture, Apple’s photo management and editing software, was originally intended as a professional alternative to iPhoto,” Ian Austen reports for The New York Times.

“But since it was released about 18 months ago, a large number of Aperture buyers have been amateur photographers with digital single-lens reflex cameras who want more sophisticated controls,” Austen reports.

“Aperture 2.0, a major revision of the program, offers advantages for the amateur and the pro,” Austen reports.

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