What's New in Aperture - March 2022 Update
What's new in Aperture?
WHAT WE ADDED:
- ACM: Improvements and new lighting controls to help produce more dramatic lighting scenarios in the ACM editor.
- ACM: Photo Shadow Editing–A “Blur” mode has been added to the drawing modes, which can be used to even out rough edges.
- ACT: Custom Templates have arrived for the ACT allowing the customization of templates for ease of capturing assets.
- ACT: Graying of Backgrounds–This feature allows the user more backgrounds while creating images.
WHAT WE CHANGED:
- “Contrast” slider punches up lights and darks allowing for sharper contrast for images.
- “Diffusion” slider can now go much lower. We extended the range of the diffusion slider to enable the user to soften the lighting of their assets.
- A slider to cut down on indirect light, good for removing glare from shiny table surfaces
- Removed old “Contrast” slider from Image Adjustments in favor of new, more functional one under Studio Lighting
WHAT WE FIXED:
- There were no bug or feature fixes in this edition