Macworld UK's sister magazine, Digit, has published its review of Apple's new pro-photography application, Aperture.

The £349 software is squarely aimed at pro-snappers who work with a multitude of high-resolution images. It's not a substitute for Photoshop.

The review looks at the several key features of the application, with the Loupe tool described as exactly how someone would look at a set of transparencies or a filmstrip on a real light table.

"The Full Screen mode is also dazzling," the reviewer writes. "This view hides your desktop, showing the images you've chosen on a black background with a smaller, unobtrusive set of tools. It looks great, gives more screen real estate to the images, and really focuses attention on them."

The full review is available here.