Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 27th Jun 2014 17:00 UTC
Apple

"With the introduction of the new Photos app and iCloud Photo Library, enabling you to safely store all of your photos in iCloud and access them from anywhere, there will be no new development of Aperture," an Apple spokesperson told TechCrunch. "When Photos for OS X ships next year, users will be able to migrate their existing Aperture libraries to Photos for OS X."

Apple says that it will provide compatibility updates to Aperture that allow it to run on OS X Yosemite, but will not continue to develop it. In addition, it is working with Adobe to work on a transitionary workflow for users moving to Lightroom.

If your workflow depends on Aperture, you might want to start planning for its demise.

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RE[3]: picasa
by nicubunu on Sat 28th Jun 2014 11:13 UTC in reply to "RE[2]: picasa"
nicubunu
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2014-01-08

then you don't do serious things with your photos. usually the simplest image needs more than just a crop.

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RE[4]: picasa
by mattymoo on Sun 29th Jun 2014 05:45 in reply to "RE[3]: picasa"
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2011-12-29

Not if you know how to use your camera correctly.

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RE[5]: picasa
by nicubunu on Sun 29th Jun 2014 06:50 in reply to "RE[4]: picasa"
nicubunu Member since:
2014-01-08

if all you do with your pictures is post them on social networks for your friends and family, then yes, you can use pictures directly from the camera. for professional use, no camera can give the images perfect for final delivery.

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