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iPhoto versus Aperture – Part 1

Welcome to Part 1 in our series comparing iPhoto to Aperture. I invite you to check out the Apple Pro Training Series guide to Aperture 2 for more information on getting the most out of this powerful software.

Nondestructive Image Processing

Both Aperture and iPhoto offer nondestructive image processing.At any point during the image adjustment process you can restore your image to its original state.Although both iPhoto and Aperture feature nondestructive imaging,they take a different approach to achieve it.


iPhoto gives you several ways to make adjustments.When the adjustments are applied,iPhoto creates a new copy ofthe master image and applies the effects.This creates two copies of the image in your library.

In the future,you can choose to restore an image to its original state.You can also return to the edited image and modify your settings.When you finish editing,the second image is updated in your library. The iPhoto workflow is designed to offer flexibility while protecting the user. Unlike Aperture,which allows multiple versions ofan image,iPhoto allows for only one.If you want to create another look,you must duplicate the image (Command-D),thus adding another copy to your hard drive.


Aperture’s image adjustments are designed to offer professionals the control they need. Aperture adjustments can be easily adjusted or even disabled in an individual manner. Adjustments can also be stored as presets so they can be reused in the future.

Aperture can even store multiple versions of an image, which allows you to experiment with adjustments. Aperture’s image library is also much more flexible than iPhoto’s.You can choose to use a managed library or simply reference images based on their current location.This allows for images to be located on multiple drives and can greatly cut down on the disk space required to store your photos. Additionally, Aperture offers several ways to archive your library and projects to ensure that your images are thoroughly backed up.

The series continues next week.
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