Journal: News & Comment

Wednesday, December 14, 2005
# 4:28:00 PM:

Apple Aperture: not ready for prime time

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Ars Technica goes to town on Apple's Aperture photo workflow software:

Hopefully this will be a lesson to Apple and all developers: releasing buggy launch products is bad. I'm sorry to say that until an update comes, Aperture is a program that will require users to carefullly dance around its problems in order to fit it into a professional workflow.

The Ars team is just clarifying the drubbing they gave Apple before:

They have only themselves to blame: they set themselves up for a big fall by attempting to dig themselves a chunk of the pro market by purporting to have the lossless holy grail of imaging. The trouble with that is they obviously didn't have the engineering or expertise in RAW processing to pull it off...


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