Hi all, New to this sub-forum. A couple of weeks ago I upgraded from my old Nikon D80 to a new Nikon D3200 (I wanted video and didn't use any of the extra features of the D80). Around the same time I decided to switch to using Aperture. I've just got back from my honeymoon and am going through all the photos. Unfortunately, Aperture makes them look quite different to how they looked on the camera and the preview jpegs baked into the raw files by Nikon. I know this is just to do with how the RAW files are interpreted and because I like to shoot with Nikon's vivid picture setting. However, I'm finding it hard to match the look I shot with. I can get the colours closer but it looks to me like the Aperture adjusted photos don't have the same definition. I bought some presets someone had made to approximate Nikon's in-built picture control settings but they don't seem to work well with my images - they're darker and skin tones aren't as smooth. Since I'm new to Aperture and all of the adjustments available, I'm a bit out of my depth at the moment. Can anyone help me find the kinds of things I need to adjust to get the pictures looking close to how I shot them? That way I can have a baseline to work with. I know I can get JPEG versions of the Nikon-ified files by using the Nikon software to process the RAWs but I want all the information in Aperture. I've put up an example photo below. The raw file is here. I feel that the Nikon Vivid version has more apparent detail in the trees on the left and the people in the distance that I can't seem to get back. The Aperture version is before I've added any adjustments myself. Any suggestions?