Aperture Inspector
Aperture Inspector
1.52

5.0

Aperture Inspector free download for Mac

Aperture Inspector

1.52
26 June 2013

Collect data to find out more about your photography.

Overview

Aperture Inspector lets you examine your Aperture Library to see the cameras, lenses, and settings you use the most. Examine which lenses you use, which ISO you shoot at, and how many images you've taken over time. Whether you're just curious about the way you shoot or are looking to get a deep understanding of your shooting habits and camera use, Aperture Inspector can help.

An extremely powerful program, yet it's simple to use. Launch it, drop your Library onto it, and start examining your data.

The app is fully functional, but limits the analysis to the last 6 months when it is not registered.

What's new in Aperture Inspector

Version 1.52:
  • Now supports iPhoto.

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    2 Aperture Inspector Reviews

    Rate this app:

    Bordsenius
    13 December 2010

    Most helpful

    Analyze your aperture library. What lenses do you use at what f-stops ? A photo-nerd / geektool-lovers dream. Only for people with Apple aperture 3 and more than one lens, so if you are not that much into photography it is not for you.
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    Version 1.0
    Mart°n
    01 March 2011
    Looks quite interesting but there’s no demo version available and the interface looks very non Mac-like (probably being made with Adobe Air – which could sometimes be a CPU hog). Both facts drag my interest down to almost zero even if I like the general idea. Please offer at least a demo. Nobody wants to buy a pig in a poke these days.
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    Version 1.11
    1 answer(s)
    Bordsenius
    Bordsenius
    03 March 2011
    There seems to be some trouble with this macupdate entry - this is acutally the free version, and is called "Aperture Inspector free".
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    Bordsenius
    13 December 2010
    Analyze your aperture library. What lenses do you use at what f-stops ? A photo-nerd / geektool-lovers dream. Only for people with Apple aperture 3 and more than one lens, so if you are not that much into photography it is not for you.
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    Version 1.0
    2 answer(s)
    @timi
    @timi
    29 August 2012
    Self review with the same user-image. Nice and tacky.
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    Bordsenius
    Bordsenius
    29 August 2012
    Sorry about the self-review here, tacky it is. But it was put in here back in the days when the macupdate-listing said nothing about the app at all, except the name. And I was eager to get some more info out as soon as possible. And it was not possible to update the info about the app by logging in.
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