Apple has updated Aperture 3 to version 3.1.1, which “addresses overall stability and performance issues.” Complete details on the update can be found in Apple’s release notes. The update is available for download on Apple’s website.
Apple has updated Aperture 3 to version 3.0.3, which is intended to improve stability and fix a number of issues, including the following areas:
Apple has announced Aperture 3, which offers a number of improvements over Aperture 2, including Faces, Places and Brushes. Obviously, the big news for photographers is the ability to make local adjustments with the Brushes tool. Additionally, Aperture 3 allows you to import HD video from your DSLRs and even edit it make your own movie without ever leaving Aperture. It also includes the ability to easily export video files to Apple’s Final cut software.
Aperture 3 is available for $200 or as an upgrade for Aperture 2 users for $100.