New to the forum and switching from PC to Mac. I have hundreds of photos I scanned into my Mac Pro and am trying to do several things with them in one software application but am having minimal success at best. One of the main things I am trying to do is rotate photos in minor increments (i.e. 1 degree, 10 degrees, 45 degrees, any number degree). Every other application I have tried so far has only 90 degree rotating increments. I'm surprised iPhoto doesn't have a more advanced rotating feature and what it does have is kind of pathetic. I am also trying to take a page of images that have been scanned all at one time, crop each image individually, and then do a "save as" so that the cropped image becomes a new file, but the original remains untouched. The one thing I did enjoy when I was tinkering around in iPhoto with cropping, was the default picture sizes that you could crop with (i.e. 4X6, 5X7, 8X10, etc.) I don't want to do the math and crop by pixel count, I want the actual image size, so that when I take it to a photo print center, I don't have to spend so much time cropping images on their machines. So this would be my third requirement: include actual picture sizes when cropping. I have not tried Aperture. Would that be the answer to all three of my requirements? I have downloaded GIMP and found it to be more than I want to work with and would like something that is as simple as iPhoto, but has the features I listed above. I don't want to switch between multiple applications as that would be counterintuitive and Macs are not supposed to be like that.