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Have Aperture 3 - can I delete iPhoto to make more space

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Hi all,

First post on this forum but have been lurking for a while. I wonder if you can assist me with something that has been bothering me for ages.

All my images appear to be contained within Aperture 3 and iPhoto as I use A3 can I delete them all from iPhoto or delete iPhoto to make more space?

Many thanks,
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