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What photo application is being used in this image of the macbook? it looks a bit like Adobe lightroom (the color) but I dont recognise the layout and it looks really good.



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Looks like Aperture 2 (clicky)
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Though in the Menu bar it seems to read iPhoto...?

Oh...and only pretty girls use Macs...
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Though in the Menu bar it seems to read iPhoto...?


Oh yeah; It is just iPhoto with an image selected and set to full screen and then click View / Show Toolbar.

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Oh yeah; It is just iPhoto with an image selected and set to full screen and then click View / Show Toolbar.

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Yep; It is iPhoto in full screen edit. You can make editing full screen in iPhoto>iPhoto Dropdown menu>Preferences>General>4th Option Down>Dropdown Menu>Using Full Screen.

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I concur, it is iphoto.

Nice photograph as well. I wonder what camera was used.

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Haha! Whereabouts in Bristol are you?

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It says "iphoto" right on the menu
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Haha! Whereabouts in Bristol are you?
I live in Yate. You been to the new Apple store yet?

It is nice to have 'the real deal' in town.

How about yourself?
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I live in Yate. You been to the new Apple store yet?
I'm in South Bristol - Whitchurch.

Yeah popped into the new store a few days after it opened. So nice to have one finally! Spent an hour just wandering around. Didn't end up buying anything though...

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