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Time to bring back Aperture, Apple?

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Now that version 6.14 (December 2017) looks to be the final stand-alone, perpetual version of Adobe's Lightroom and any future upgrades will only be through the CC membership, wouldn't it be really excellent if Apple brought back Aperture?

I for one would purchase it again or upgrade (I bought 3.6 retail but haven't tried it with High Sierra).

Just a thought.

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Check out DxO PhotoLab, that's what I'm moving to.

Thanks for the suggestion. Yes, I have the DxO Optics Pro plug-in for Photos at present so PhotoLab *does* seem good idea. I'll give it a trial run then. The price looks very reasonable too.

I'm wondering if Apple let all their Aperture team go. Maybe they found jobs somewhere other than big A.

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I, too, lament the demise of Aperture (although I'm still using it in Sierra). I sure wish they would have continued its development, particularly considering the direction that the competition has now gone. Will have to check out the DxO plug in, thanks for the recommendation.
 
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