Apple has introduced Aperture 2, the company’s newest version of its groundbreaking photo editing and management software. The new version offers around a 100 new features, making it faster, more powerful and easier to use.
According to Rob Choeben, Apple’s Vice president of Applications Product Marketing, “Many of the most respected photographers on assignment all over the world trust Aperture to organize, edit and deliver their images. With its simpler interface and lower price, anyone can take full advantage of Aperture’s power.”
Aperture 2 features a new and much easier user interface which has been designed to be more intuitive and accessible. It allows users to navigate between Viewer and Browser modes with a single key command.
Here are the new additions that can be seen in Aperture 2:
Apple Aperture 2 works seamlessly with Mac OS X, iLife, iWork, .Mac and Apple print products, so any image in the Aperture library can be accessed directly from within other applications, such as iMovie, Keynote and Pages, and even from within Leopard Mail.
Apple Aperture 2 is now available for a price of $1999.