Aperture

Consider this firmly on my wishlist come Christmastime: not only has Apple just upgraded Aperture to version 1.5, but Frasier Spiers has announced the first beta of an Aperture version of his excellent FlickrExport plugin

Consider this firmly on my wishlist come Christmastime: not only has Apple just upgraded [Aperture][1] to version 1.5, but [Frasier Spiers has announced][2] the first beta of an [Aperture version][3] of his excellent [FlickrExport][5] plugin (I consider the [iPhoto version][4] of FlickrExport an unconditional _must-have_ for iPhoto/[Flickr][7] integration, along with Ken Ferry’s [Keyword Assistant][6]).

[1]: http://www.apple.com/aperture/ “Apple: Aperture”
[2]: http://www.connectedflow.com/blog/?p=42 “Connected Flow Blog: It’s here: FlickrExport for Aperture!”
[3]: http://connectedflow.com/flickrexport/aperture/ “Connected Flow: FlickrExport for Aperture”
[4]: http://connectedflow.com/flickrexport/iphoto/ “Connected Flow: FlickrExport for iPhoto”
[5]: http://connectedflow.com/flickrexport/ “Connected Flow: FlickrExport”
[6]: http://homepage.mac.com/kenferry/software.html “Keyword Assistant for iPhoto”
[7]: http://www.flickr.com/ “Flickr”

Even better, the educational pricing for Aperture is just $150 — half off the standard retail of $299.

It’s not a critical need, but it’s definitely a wishlist item. So pretty…

iTunesNebulus” by Fluke from the album Puppy (2004, 5:57).

Author: djwudi

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