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"RE: Future of Aperture"

WildIsle Silver Member Nikonian since 06th Jan 2010
Sun 06-Jan-13 06:36 PM

"I also never enjoyed the idea of having an Aperture database. I rather like seeing where the files are!"

This is something I was curious about - I don't have Aperture but tinkering with iPhoto over the years (and answering panicked calls from less experienced friends scouring their Macs for their photos!) one thing I really don't like about iPhoto is the way it gobbles up disk space with multiple previews, thumbnails etc... and adding insult to injury 'hides' them all in a 'package' where they are far from obvious to the typical user.

So does Aperture do a similar thing?

A general, generic topic Future of Aperture [View all] , krpowers316 , Sat 20-Oct-12 12:19 PM
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