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Aperture from Apple Inc. is an all-in-one post production tool for digital still photos.

Development

Aperture was developed by a small team led by Randy Ubillos, who was the engineer behind Final Cut Pro.[1]

Aperture's fast RAW workflow makes working with a camera's RAW files as easy as JPEG files. At its introduction on October 19, 2005, Rob Schoeben, Apple's vice president of Applications Marketing, stated that "Aperture is to professional photography what Final Cut Pro is to filmmaking."

Aperture was superseded by Photos, which also incorporated consumer-friendly features from iPhoto.

References

  1. Back to 1.0: Interview with Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro and iMovie developer Randy Ubillos by Alex Gollner, Alex4D. 2015-08-26.

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