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Date: Tuesday, 03 Mar 2009 15:12
By lucky, I mean those fortunate souls who are using Nikon's new flagship SLR the D3X. The mega-megapixel camera is now supported by Aperture. But you may need to upgrade to some of the new Mac's out today which promise...
Author: "Steve Simon" Tags: "aperture"
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Date: Saturday, 07 Feb 2009 18:22
As we've seen, there are many preferences that can be adjusted in Lightroom to make it work the way you like. But that's not all! Each catalog has its own settings to allow you to further customize your Lightroom experience! Let's take a look at Catalog Settings.
Author: "Gene McCullagh" Tags: "lightroom2, photography, preferences"
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Date: Saturday, 07 Feb 2009 17:46
Setting preferences in Lightroom.
Author: "Gene McCullagh" Tags: "lightroom2, photography, preferences"
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Date: Saturday, 07 Feb 2009 17:45
In Part 1 we took a look at the options available on the first three tabs of the Preferences dialog. In Part 2 we'll tackle the remaining three tabs. So let's get started!
Author: "Gene McCullagh" Tags: "lightroom2, photography, preferences"
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Date: Friday, 06 Feb 2009 07:31
Update Feb 5, 2009: While I liked using the HyperDrive in general in the field, I had a few problems (e.g. the unit would get hot after backing up a large card and then claim the battery was dead, despite...
Author: "Josh Anon" Tags: "aperture"
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Date: Thursday, 05 Feb 2009 15:28
Recently, I had some trouble synchronizing images shot from with three different digital cameras when I imported them into Lightroom. As it turned out one of my cameras was not set to the correct time or time zone and this...
Author: "Michael Clark" Tags: "capturetimeimagessychronizingsync, light..."
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Date: Thursday, 05 Feb 2009 15:27
It's always a good idea to refresh your knowledge of Aperture, and with every new resource there may be little nuggets of information that you weren't aware of to help with your workflow. I recently came across a series of...
Author: "Steve Simon" Tags: "aperture, photography"
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Date: Thursday, 05 Feb 2009 15:27
Every year the cherry trees flower in the cultivated areas of the hills of California's coastal range, and of course I am impelled to photograph the blossoms. This season the cherry trees are flowering a tad early, like everything else in California in 2009. My thought was to create a simple image of cherry blossoms against a white background. The...
Author: "Harold Davis" Tags: "Photography, cherryblossom, flowers, pho..."
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Date: Sunday, 01 Feb 2009 23:26
As a Photoshop instructor and author, I need to be skilled at using both Mac and Windows machines. And like most of my Photoshop instructor friends, I use a stylus and a tablet for maximum brush control. For my Mac, I use a Mac Book Pro, and I tote my WACOM table everywhere I go. For my Windows machine, I use the Lenovo W700 Think Pad. What's especially cool about this machine is that is has a built-in tablet and stylus. How cool is that.
Author: "Rick Sammon" Tags: "Photography, creativity, instruction, ph..."
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Date: Saturday, 31 Jan 2009 19:08
Since the world is always changing, photography is largely about capturing states of things---scenes, objects, or people---in the process of change. A single image can intimate the before, and the after, and resonate with events to come. This sense of time is what gives many photographic images their power. My process of working on photos after they've been taken is...
Author: "Harold Davis" Tags: "Photography, labcolor, metamorphosis, ph..."
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Date: Tuesday, 27 Jan 2009 18:19
It was somewhat unexpected but Apple released on Monday (January 26, 2009) a 2.66MB update to its iLife Media Browser. The media browser is the "link" that allows different iLife apps to easily and conveniently access media such as photos,...
Author: "Dominique James" Tags: "aperture, browser, ilife, iwork, media, ..."
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Date: Monday, 26 Jan 2009 17:39
For a long time, I didn't use Aperture's HUDs (otherwise known as 'floating palettes' in all previous applications...) all that often. As time goes past I find myself using them more and more often - especially after Aperture 2 came...
Author: "Ian Wood" Tags: "aperture, interface"
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Date: Thursday, 22 Jan 2009 19:11
Between committments at Macworld at the Moscone Center I wandered over and indulged my dome photography habit by photographing the dome in the Westfield shopping mall in downtown San Francisco. I believe the dome itself is antique, but it's placed in an entirely modern shopping mall. Cameo, photo by Harold Davis. View this image larger. It's easy with most domes...
Author: "Harold Davis" Tags: "Photography, blendingmodes, inversions, ..."
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Date: Thursday, 22 Jan 2009 17:55
When it comes to highlight recovery, Aperture is a very powerful tool. When I first started shooting digital, I was under the impression that digital exposure was like exposing slide film of old, better be accurate and err on the...
Author: "Steve Simon" Tags: "aperture"
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Date: Wednesday, 21 Jan 2009 17:54
You may have seen the first five of David Pogue's "Top Ten Tips of All Time" in last week's post--here are the remaining five tips from him. And remember, if you can think of any other tips to add, leave a comment and I'll send you a copy of his new book, David Pogue's Digital Photography: The Missing Manual.
Author: "Mary Rotman" Tags: "davidpogue, missingmanual, photography"
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Date: Tuesday, 20 Jan 2009 20:44
January marks, among other things, the beginning of a new seasonal cycle in international modeling with Ford’s annual Supermodel of the World finals. Giselle from the Philippines is one of the candidates to this year’s competition to be held...
Author: "Dominique James" Tags: "aperture, competition, portfolio, superm..."
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Date: Tuesday, 20 Jan 2009 15:20
We seem to be on a plateau, software-wise, at the moment. The next versions of both Windows and OS X are bugfix/performance releases (yes, I know it's actually more complex than that!) with a much lesser emphasis on new features...
Author: "Ian Wood" Tags: "aperture, features, geotagging"
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Date: Sunday, 18 Jan 2009 23:12
What do Flickr, Blurb, and multiple sclerosis have in common? How can the combination contribute to the fight against MS, and maybe change the face of publishing at the same time? Several months ago I was contacted on Flickr by Sophie Addison, and asked to share my image Spirals in a book Sophie was creating titled It's a Beautiful World....
Author: "Harold Davis" Tags: "Photography, blurb, flickr, ms, multiple..."
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Date: Thursday, 15 Jan 2009 11:55
It's that time of year again - a new version of iLife is out, with a new snazzy version of iPhoto...
Author: "Ian Wood" Tags: "aperture, features, ilife09, iphoto09"
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Date: Wednesday, 14 Jan 2009 23:44
The current AirPort base station combined with iTunes, Apple TV, the iPhone, a handful of printers, and powered speakers have enabled me to configure an "upstairs/downstairs" network complete with printing and remote-controlled music streaming. Here's an overview.
Author: "Derrick Story" Tags: "Audio, Mac, Photography, airport, audio,..."
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