Aperture Themes for Mac OS X

August 12, 2011 | Zoltan Arva-Toth | Software | 1 Comment |
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Sakiai, Lithuania-based Graphic Node has released a 16-piece design add-on for Apple’s Aperture application called Aperture Themes. According to the company, the Aperture Themes pack “allows Mac users to explore new ways of conveying their fondness for photography” by equipping them with an extensive collection of design choices for laying out their photos and other pictures in Aperture and exporting them into Web galleries. Eleven of the themes allow the user to display photos in their original sizes, while the remaining five crop images to squares and present them in elegant and tidy grids. The package is available on the Mac App Store for $24.99.

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Graphic Node Offers Aperture Themes at the Mac App Store

Sakiai, Lithuania - Graphic Node, a graphic design company that specializes in creating themes, templates, and illustrations for Mac OS X, has announced that its Aperture Themes pack is now available at the Mac App Store. The 16-piece design add-on for Apple’s Aperture application allows Mac users to explore new ways of conveying their fondness for photography. Aperture Themes equips users with a collection of designs for laying out photos and pictures and exporting them into Web galleries.

Sakiai, Lithuania - Graphic Node, a graphic design company that specializes in creating themes, templates, and illustrations for Mac OS X, has announced that its Aperture Themes pack is now available at the Mac App Store. The 16-piece design add-on for Apple’s Aperture application allows Mac users to explore new ways of conveying their fondness for photography.

Graphic Node’s Aperture Themes equips users with an extensive collection of design choices for laying out their photos and pictures in Aperture and exporting them into Web galleries. All 16 themes were developed by a team of skillful designers who have the originality and sophistication to summon a mood of professionalism and excellence. Every theme features up to ten different layouts and can be further customized, resulting in a total of 51 fabulous designs.

“Aperture Themes is a special tool for professional photographers and photo collectors, which helps them make the best use of the Aperture application,” said Jolita Unguvaitiene, the general manager of Graphic Node. “The elegant themes add a touch of competence and skill and provide users with an opportunity to make their Web pages and journals more appealing.”

Eleven of the themes allow the user to display photos in their original sizes, while the remaining five crop images to squares and present them in elegant and tidy grids. Users of Aperture can always find a perfect design in this bundle to meet their needs, whether they are professional photographers or admirers of beautiful and touching pictures.

The Aperture Themes app is available on the Mac App Store. Users can view samples of the themes on Graphic Node’s website.

System Requirements:
* Aperture 1.5 or later

Pricing and Availability:
Aperture Themes is available for only $24.99.

Graphic Node: http://graphicnode.com/
Aperture Themes: http://graphicnode.com/products/aperture/
Purchase and Download: http://store.eSellerate.net/graphicnode/aperture

Graphic Node is a graphic design company based in Lithuania. It is committed to creating exceptional templates and themes for the Mac OS X community. It launched in 2011 and now offers an extensive choice of beautifully crafted themes for iWork, iWeb, and other applications. The small team of dedicated professionals at Graphic Node works hard to ensure the consistent quality of their products and maintains a constant focus on their users.

Copyright 2011 Graphic Node. All Rights Reserved. Apple and the Apple logo are registered trademarks of Apple Computer in the U.S. and/or other countries.



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#1 ...gone to Linux

That company formerly known as Apple Computer, Inc. is calling their operating system formerly know as Mac OS X now simply: OS X

7:07 pm - Friday, August 12, 2011