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Aperture 2.0 colors washed out

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I've noticed that when I import a photo into Aperture, the colors seem more washed out than when the same photo is imported to iPhoto, or opened in Photoshop Elements or other photo software. Is there a single setting in Aperture that I need to adjust? (not the adjustment inspector)

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Well it could be a few different things.

1. From my understanding there is an import setting that will adjust tyour images upon importing. (I say it like that because I dont use it, jsut heard abou ***.
2. If you are shooting RAW, make sure you cameras raw processor is up to date for aperture, I had a similiar proble, and when I ran updates and received the RAW update i had no problem

Other than that, that is all I can think of without seeing an example or more info. For example is it jsut one color, jsut certain photos, etc.

Hope this helps as I could be way off as well.
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