In the final part of this current series on Apple’s Aperture, we are going to have a brief look at one of the program’s most powerful features, the Adjustment Panel. Situated in the Inspector Window, the first thing you will see at the very top is the histogram. As well as showing a combined RGB […]
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As perhaps the worlds last remaining unspoiled and intact wilderness, Antarctica has many rules and regulations governing how people must behave in this pristine land, the one that always sticks with me is “Take nothing but pictures, leave nothing but footprints”. Despite it’s remoteness, more and more photographers are taking the opportunity to visit this […]
One of the most powerful features of Aperture and indeed Adobe’s equivalent, Lightroom are their powerful key-wording and rating systems. In this tutorial we will have a basic look at Aperture’s metadata and rating system. Image Information in Browser Mode Firstly we are going to have a look the image information in Viewer and […]
In this brief tutorial, we will demonstrate the power of the curves tool in Photoshop to adjust exposure and color. The shot I am using has the potential to be a good photo, but as it was very much a quick grab, there was no time to adjust exposure or white balance. There are may […]
Aperture is about viewing and managing your images and as such your primary workspace is going to be the viewer. As we mentioned in the last tutorial, Aperture’s main window can be used in three basic modes, Browser, Split View and Viewer and in this tutorial I will discuss some of the details of each […]
In the first of this series of tutorials, I showed you how to import images into Aperture, Apple’s image management software for Mac OSX. With the images now safely in an album we are going to have a closer look at the basics of the Aperture interface. Lets start at the top. Along the top […]