Aperture 1.5.1 and 30-day trial

ApertureApple today released Aperture 1.5.1, a free update to Aperture 1.5 owners. Aperture 1.5.1 Update is available from Software Update or Apple Support Download

Apple also made Aperture 1.5 available for 30-day free trial. If you are a professional photographer and haven't bought Aperture, this is a good opportunity to test out Aperture before you buy. If you are interested in trying out Aperture 1.5, please visit this page.


What’s New in this Version Aperture 1.5.1 addresses numerous issues related to overall reliability and performance in all areas of the application, including:

- Keywords
- Loupe
- Cropping
- Previews
- Metadata presets
- Versions
- File renaming
- iPhoto Library import
- Watermarks

Aperture 180x150Managing RAW, JPEG and TIFF images in Aperture 1.5 is incredibly flexible, with a new open library system that allows photographers to store image files wherever they want—either within the Aperture library itself, or in other disk locations, including external hard drives, CDs or DVDs. Aperture can now generate high-resolution previews of each image so that users can review, rate and organize images as well as perform slideshows—even when the master images are offline.

Aperture 1.5 is available this week in English, French, German and Japanese as a free Software Update to current Aperture 1.0 customers. Aperture 1.5 is priced at US$299 for new customers.
Apple released Aperture 1.1 on 13th April 2006 and cut the price from US$499 down to US$299.

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