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Aperture 2.0 Review

Ars Technica has a good review of Aperture 2.0:

The Color Vibrancy is genuinely great at doing what it is designed for: “selectively boosting saturation without adversely affecting skin tones.” […] It’s definitely effective, and I can’t quite figure out what it’s doing, which (as a retoucher) is driving me a little crazy. Local contrast definition, on the other hand, looks a little more familiar. Advertised as “offering local contrast for adding clarity to images,” the Definition adjustment looks a lot like unsharp masking with a really wide pixel radius.


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