It was the first and for a long time, arguably the best image image management program available but last week Apple announced that development of Aperture will come to a halt. For many Mac based professionals, this is a huge blow. Apple’s replacement app, Photos is still an unknown quantity. Today we are going to take a look at the past, present and future of Apple’s Aperture.
Back in 2011, Lightstalking writer and photographer Mike Panic wrote an excellent article on how to shoot tethered. For the uninitiated, tethering allows you to connect your camera directly to a computer, in turn allowing you to control most main elements of the camera from the computer, and download the files directly to a preset […]
In the early days of digital photography, the very word RAW struck fear in the hearts of the average photographer. Huge file sizes, clunky workflows and non existent cataloguing software, meant a long slow process for those venturing into the realms of the digital negative. How much difference a few years can make. RAW now […]