New controls include Highlight Recovery and Black Point, hue and moiré fine-tuning, selective saturation and detail boost, clipping overlays, vignetting, and a better retouching brush. Integrated tightly with iLife and iWork, Aperture 2.1 can now access images within iPhoto, as well as sync its image libraries with an iPod, iPhone, or password-managed .Mac Web gallery. Yet its biggest advance may be the ability to host third-party plug-ins. Joining Aperture's own new Dodge & Burn plug-in, these already offer noise reduction, selective adjustments, green-screen silhouetting, HDR compositing, fisheye straightening, and simulated lens filters. About $200.