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PhotoScope: Explore your iPhoto and Aperture libraries from your iPhone or iPad

It's always refreshing to see something new for photo aficionados and PhotoScope (US$4.99) certainly meets that criteria. PhotoScope gives you complete access to your Aperture and iPhoto libraries from any iOS hardware as long as all your devices are on the same WiFi network. To get things up and...

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Aperture updated to 3.5.1

OK, so it's not the biggest, most important update of the century out there. But those who work with Apple's pro-level photo cataloging and editing application -- Aperture -- will be happy to know that the company has posted an update to the app that's available on the Mac App Store's Updates...

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Aperture 3.5 released, adds iCloud photo sharing, Maps support + more

In addition to the other flurry of software releases today, Apple has released Aperture 3.5. The update includes a slew of bug fixes and small enhancements -- along with some pretty noticeable ones as well. Among the bigger enhancements: iCloud Photo Sharing is supported, Apple Maps is now used...

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Apple's love of 'Mavericks' has been around for a while

At this year's WWDC Apple previewed the latest version of OS X 10.9 named Mavericks. The name was a departure from its previous scheme of naming OS X after cats. As Phil Schiller noted in the keynote, Mavericks is a popular surfing spot in California that many Apple employees like to go to to...

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Apple updates Aperture with import and memory card bug fixes

Apple has released a software update to its professional photo editing and management software, Aperture. The 3.4.5 update addresses the following issues, according to its release notes: Addresses an issue that could cause Aperture to quit unexpectedly when deleting items from a camera or...

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Slew of updates include Java, Safari, iPhoto and Aperture

Apple decided to push a lot of updates this afternoon, most of them related to a Java update that disables the Java SE 6 applet plug-in. By disabling the plug-in, Apple is allowing consumers to re-enable it on a case-by-case basis. Apple has provided a full guide to the new plug-in...

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Lightroom 5 beta available to the public

Adobe today announced the release of the Lightroom 5 beta for Mac and Windows. Lightroom is Adobe's photo-management and post-production software that competes directly with Apple's Aperture. The beta is free to download, but users should be aware that its use -- like all betas -- could vary...

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NIK Software creates bundle of Mac Plugins, drops price 70%

NIK has announced all 6 of its high-end photo editing tools for Mac and Windows are available as a US$150 bundle. The new bundle is a set of plugins that previously cost $750.00, and includes tools to help you create black-and-white photos, selective color adjustment, sharpening, and of...

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iTunes is more than earning its keep

As writer John Paczkowski notes in an AllThingsD article today, iTunes was originally "conceived as a low-margin 'break-even' operation intended to drive hardware sales" -- in particular sales of iPods. Now that the iTunes Store is used to sell more than just songs and videos, it's turning into...

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Apple releases Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 4.04

Apple has released the Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update version 4.04. The update adds RAW image compatibility for the following cameras to Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11, according to its release notes: Leica D-Lux 6 Leica V-Lux 4 Leica X2 Nikon D5200 Pentax K-5...

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iPhoto, Aperture, and Safari all get updates

Wow, it's a busy day at Apple. First we had the iOS 6.0.1 release, then developers got the iOS 6.1 beta and a new version of Xcode, and now Apple's dropped iPhoto, Aperture, and Safari updates for the Mac. iPhoto received a bump to version 9.4.2, with a surprising number of new features and...

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Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 4.01 supports Canon EOS M, Nikon D600

Apple today released the latest in a series of Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Updates that are designed to add RAW support for new digital cameras to iPhoto and Aperture. It's available now through the Mac App Store Updates tab or downloaded directly here. Digital Camera RAW Compatibility...

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Google will not kill Snapseed or other Nik software

A lot of photographers and artists were worried about what would happen to some of their favorite products after Nik Software was purchased by Google earlier this month. Snapseed, HDR EFX Pro and Color EFX Pro, along with other Photoshop and Aperture plug-ins are extremely popular in the Mac...

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iOS 6: Shared Photo Streams

Apple shuttered MobileMe Galleries in June, which many Mac users were happily using as photo albums for sharing on the web. Apple has made a small step back toward photo sharing with Photo Stream sharing, which is now a part of iOS 6 and iPhoto and Aperture on the Mac. The implementation is...

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Google acquires iOS photo app Snapseed

Snapseed is a popular iOS photography app around here at TUAW -- not only have we spotlighted it a few different times, but the app also won a coveted Apple Design Award back in 2011. And now here's news that Google appreciates the app as well: The ad and search giant has acquired the developer...

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