Make Them See
Create your own gallery. Share your view with the world.
As every Apple fan with a knack for photography knows, Aperture is an excellent application that allows you to import, manage and enhance your pictures in integrated, straightforward steps. Graphic Node takes another step forward, giving you more options for handling your photo collection with professionally designed Aperture Themes.
Got a huge folder of photos or pictures on your computer? Why not to display your gallery in the most convenient, modern and most importantly professional way? Give up the tedious habit of uploading photos on the Internet one by one for effortless and lightning-fast import with Aperture and its 16 stunning themes from Graphic Node. The neutral coloration and simple, yet sophisticated, styling are suitable for all sorts of galleries. For this reason, six themes from the previous version and ten new additions to Aperture Themes will meet the needs of both professional and amateur photographers and collectors.
Style and Function
Each of the high-quality themes contains up to 10 layouts, allowing you to find that perfect combination of style and functionality. As a result, you will receive a total of 120 stylish layouts that showcase your photos with grace.
Requirements: Aperture 3 or later.
Added 15 New Templates
Ratings and Reviews
Greatly expands Web theme options
The application works as advertised, and expands the range of options for Aperture Web themes. Note that this is an application from which you can add themes to Aperture, not a “plugin” to Aperture. This little fact caught me at first, but the developer responded to my inquiry within 12 hours and I was on my way. Also, be sure and read the support FAQ on the developer’s support site -particularly the note about permisions in the WebThemes folder.
The only downside, that I can find, to Themes for Aperture is that you are stuck with the choices (fonts, colors, etc) of the theme designer, unless you want to tweak the html and css files. This is a limitation of Aperture, not Themes for Aperture. If you want to expand your options for Web Journals and Web Pages from Aperture, this application does the trick.
Beautiful Addition to Aperture
I don’t know what the beef is about Themes. It works flawlessy for me. If you follow the instructions and make sure you meet the Aperture version requirements, it works without a hitch to add more designs to your “web page” or "web journal."
Bought it, installed it. The themes won't save to Aperture. Saw lots of posts on Internet with similar problems and impossible fixes.
Emailed publisher. No response.
Fortunately, Apple refunded my money.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.