|How Aperture Works|
Aperture is part of Apple’s ‘Pro’ application line-up, where it sits beside Final Cut Studio, Logic and Shake. As such, it sports the distinctive dark interface that Apple uses for these products, and works best on high resolution displays, as it adopts a smaller on-screen font and a range of complex panels and palettes. It’s even better when spread across two screens, where the management and editing workspaces will be separated out from each other and your pictures will have room to breathe.
When it upgraded the application to Version 3, Apple made it clear that it was a suitable next ...