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    Aperture 3 - Part 2

    Aperture 3 is the latest version of Apples flagship photo management application.

    Previous versions have been aimed squarely at the professional photographer, but with this new release, Aperture has been repositioned as a tool for both prosumers and professionals.

    Duration: 36:49 Tutor: Don McAllister
  • Aperture 3 - Part 2 Description

    Aperture 3 is the latest version of Apples flagship photo management application.

    Previous versions have been aimed squarely at the professional photographer, but with this new release, Aperture has been repositioned as a tool for both prosumers and professionals.

    One of the reasons many people have held off moving to Aperture was the inclusion of Faces and Places in iPhoto '09. Without them, Aperture 2 was not really a compelling upgrade for iPhoto users. All has been fixed now in Aperture 3 with the inclusion of both these features and over 200+ new improvements.

    Aperture 3 now gives ""Pro performance with iPhoto simplicity""!

    Part 2 of a mini series of Aperture 3 tutorials - following on from looking at some of the basics in the last show, this week I take a look at some of the more advanced features of Aperture 3.

    In detail, the show covers:

    • Adjustments & Adjustment Presets
    • Brushing in Adjustments
    • Lifting & Stamping Adjustments
    • Faces
    • Places & GPS
    • Manual Location Placement
    • Embedded GPS Metadata
    • Using a GPS Track Log"
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