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Apple Releases Aperture 3.2.4 Update

NewImageApple has released a minor bug fix update to its Aperture photo editing and management software.
What's New in Aperture 3.2.4

- Improves stability on Mac OS X Snow Leopard.
- Addresses an issue that could prevent the Viewer from updating correctly after editing a photo using an external editor.
The app weighs in at 635.54MB and is available through Software Update, Apple's software update website, or the Mac App Store for customers who have purchased Aperture through it.

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30 months ago
The biggest bug with Aperture is that it exists.

Seriously... You're wasting your time using Aperture over Lightroom.
Rating: 22 Votes
30 months ago

The biggest bug with Aperture is that it exists.

Seriously... You're wasting your time using Aperture over Lightroom.


Next maybe you will argue that "red" is a better color than "blue" and people are idiots for liking blue.
Rating: 10 Votes
30 months ago

That's good, both of these are irritating bugs. Now where's Aperture 4? And accompanying synchronising iPad app? And that moon on a stick I requested?


Two of these i am eagerly waiting for.


The biggest bug with Aperture is that it exists.

Seriously... You're wasting your time using Aperture over Lightroom.


Not really. Lightroom's interface and entire method of getting things done is simply horrible.
Rating: 10 Votes
30 months ago
i wonder when they will stop showing software in boxes?
Rating: 5 Votes
30 months ago

The biggest bug with Aperture is that it exists.

Seriously... You're wasting your time using Aperture over Lightroom.


Um...no.

As someone who used Lightroom from Beta to LR4 and switched to Aperture, I much prefer Aperture.

Both products give the exact same result if you know how to use them, its up to personal preference on which one you want to use.
Rating: 4 Votes
30 months ago


Lightroom's interface and entire method of getting things done is simply horrible.


Seems to be the preferred choice throughout the professional photographer community though.

One thing is for certain - Adobe will always make Lightroom.
Apple can abandon Aperture at any point.
Rating: 4 Votes
30 months ago

Seems to be the preferred choice throughout the professional photographer community though.

One thing is for certain - Adobe will always make Lightroom.
Apple can abandon Aperture at any point.


Ohhh, here we go.
Wrong on both counts. Most 'professionals' (generalised for the sake of this discussion) will use whatever they have to, usually Capture One Pro.
Adobe will always make Lightroom? Are you sure about that? Based on what? What you *Think*? Adobe can abandon any of their product line at any point too as is the wont of any software company. It's unlikely, but not impossible.
Yes, Apple can abandon Aperture at any point, but it's unlikely. There's no sinister evil plot by Apple at work here. D'ya think?

Apple release a welcome update to Aperture, probably in preparation for bigger things (Aperture 4) and once again the internet experts come out and turn it into a Lightroom vs Aperture thread.

Well done.

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Prob not. They have to update both Aperture and iPhoto when they drop MobileMe gallery support in a couple of months time. They will at least remove it from the application, and perhaps replace it with the new rumoured iCloud gallery (not to be confused with Photostream - which sucks) :)



....sooooo, they update to Aperture, er 4 then? In a couple of months? They can release further point updates any time they like.
That's kind of the same thing, dude. ;)
Rating: 3 Votes
30 months ago
Must be a minor bug, only 672MB what a ***** joke.

Thought updates were going to start being smaller?
Rating: 3 Votes
30 months ago

That's good, both of these are irritating bugs. Now where's Aperture 4? And accompanying synchronising iPad app? And that moon on a stick I requested?


I agree -- Aperture 4 is LONG overdue. I'm sort of wedded to Aperture at this point, but it's sluggish and buggy and definitely could deserve some love from Apple....
Rating: 3 Votes
30 months ago

Seems to be the preferred choice throughout the professional photographer community though.

One thing is for certain - Adobe will always make Lightroom.
Apple can abandon Aperture at any point.


There are many of us who prefer apertures approach.

I'd go back to using bridge/folders and photoshop before i'd consider lightroom.
Rating: 3 Votes

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