Aperture is a photo manager developed by Apple and focussed on professional photographers that allows them to organize and manage their photos in a very useful way. Organize photos, edit metadata, adjust colors, saturation and other properties. We could stand out some advantages in Aperture: Support for RAW files of the main manufactures, including Canon and Nikon, so you won't have to change format before working on them. Non-destructive process: Aperture keeps the Master image apart from the one which is being modified. Flexible image management: You don't have to import imaes into Aperture to manage them. You can link them in an easy way.
Update to the latest version of Aperture. If you originally installed Aperture from a DVD, or upgraded a trial version with a serial number, choose Software Update from the Apple ( ) menu and install any Aperture updates that may be offered. If you originally installed Aperture by purchasing it from the Mac App Store, then open the Mac App.
Comparing it to iPhoto, Aperture uses projects to group photos. You only have to access 'All projects' in the 'Projects' tab to preview all images in it.
Finally, Aperture allows yuo to apply lots of exciting effects on your photos. Fine RAW adjustment, Exposition, lights/shadows, levels, white balance, red-eye reduction, cut, crop, resize. All those functions and many more are in Aperture. Give it a try.