Monthly Archives: January 2011

Wedding Photography

Wedding photography: kind of a new subject of interest to me.┬áMain reason of the new interest is that I am (well, “we are”) getting married this year. However new it is, it is not like I never shot a wedding … Continue reading

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15 Tips on File Management in Aperture 3

There appears to be an ever nagging question about best practices around file management in Aperture. Should projects be top level or folders? Do you create a hierarchy for years and seasons? See last week’s thread on dpreview.com as an … Continue reading

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Pixelsync | From Aperture to your iPad … and back!

This week I wrote a post of my wish list for an iPad version of Aperture. I even gave it a name: iPerture ;-). Well well well, here comes my wish realized… almost, but note quite. Pixelsync allows syncing your … Continue reading

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Why Aperture 3 is a real game changer

I like Aperture. I am not “religious” about it. But I do not like hearing that LR is sooooo much better that AP and that “real” photogs only use LR. But then again, I do not know for I am … Continue reading

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Moving Back to Aperture 3 from Lightroom

When Apple reduced its price on Aperture, I commented that this was a moves towards the mi-market somewhere above iPhoto (obviously) and somewhere below Lightroom (or so I was assuming). Bill McCarroll, a renown Nikon photographer, just did what I … Continue reading

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Photo Nuts and Shots: Tools and Techniques for Creative Photography

I love books and I like the dPS web site (you will see a lot of DPS posts under the tutorial tag). DPS just came out with this eBook. Great for beginners and for eager ones like me. I bought … Continue reading

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Your top 5 plug-ins for Aperture 3

There is an interesting discussion on the Flickr Aperture forum on plugins. Most will say that they use none, but one reader mentionned a few ones including Neat Image to remopve noise. Flickr: Discussing Your top 5 plug-ins for Aperture … Continue reading

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