Apple has published a new profile piece that looks at the work of renowned Scottish landscape photographer Colin Prior.
Prior talks with enthusiasm about his work - a lifetime project to capture some of the most remote, wildest places on the planet.
"I think we are very lucky at this time because we can travel relatively cheaply to these wild places, and there is still wildlife to see. In the course of time, environmental change will have a negative effect on wildlife and those ecosystems", he explains.
Naturally, Prior uses a Mac – a MacBook Pro running Aperture. He's highly enthusiastic about Apple's professional photography solution, saying it has revolutionised the digital photography market.
Prior also makes use of Boot Camp to run one Windows application he uses to stitch images together to create panoramic shots. On this he says, "but when you switch to Mac, you don't want to go back to Windows".
You can read the report here.