Monthly Archives: April 2011

Five Star Rating Is Overrated

Steven Weller on the Bagelturf blog has an interesting take on rating pictures in Aperture. I devised my rating system a while back. And thought that it was OK. Here it is again in a nutshell: 0 (no stars): Not … Continue reading

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Photosmith Syncs iPad with Lightroom

It is out and it is awesome. Photosmith addresses the true workflow needs of any mobile photographer by allowing you to import, tag, rate and sync your pics back to your main library. Photosmith fulfills all requirements set forth in … Continue reading

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Use Applescript to Send Pictures from Aperture to Evernote

Simone Paoletti has this interesting post: export Aperture pics to Evernote. Since I am a big fan of both, I will try this out. Use Applescript to Send Pictures from Aperture to Evernote.

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Is Final Cut Pro X The Future of Aperture? | Aperture Users Network

I am not a Final Cut Pro user. I do not shoot video. However, looking at the FC Pro UI, one can see blood links to Aperture’s. David Schloss goes into an interesting story: is FC Pro the next Aperture? … Continue reading

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VisionMongerers [Book Review]

Here’s another great book to buy. VisionMongerers [Book Review].

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More tips for Aperture 3 (oldy and goody)

More spring cleaning of Aperture tips I had marked for sharing. Fixing Chromatic Aberration in Aperture 3 | Aperture Users Network. Simulated Nikon Picture Control Presets for Aperture 3 Aperture 3 Labels as Bookmarks Aperture 3 White Balance Hidden Shortcut … Continue reading

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HyperDrive for iPad user review

Mike on the dpreview.com Storage and Media forum posted this great HyperDrive review. He has kindly agreed to let me share it here on my blog. As I am about to embark on a long Italian trip, you can understand … Continue reading

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