Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 10th Feb 2010 00:20 UTC
Apple "After a long wait, Apple has released the next major update to its pro-class photo workflow application, Aperture 3. The new version boasts over 200 new features, including the addition of the successful facial recognition and geotagging features, Faces and Places, that were introduced with iPhoto '09. Version 3 also adds edge-detecting adjustment brushes for non-destructive localized editing and touch-ups. Along with numerous UI and performance improvements, Aperture 3 adds full 64-bit support on supported systems running Snow Leopard."
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RE: RAW support
by evangs on Wed 10th Feb 2010 10:50 UTC in reply to "RAW support"
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It doesn't support the Pentax K-7 or K-x RAW files, but it does support DNG so files from these cameras will work with no problems.

If your camera doesn't shoot DNG, perhaps it's time to make apply some pressure? Either that or buy a camera that supports more open formats.

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