Tag Archives: Aperture

Updated: Aperture 4 is out – err, not, it’s 3.2.4

I can’t wait to read about it and see if the Lightroom – Aperture debate is back! Update: Here’s the link http://www.apple.com/aperture/whats-new.html So much for the great “debate” I was hoping for… Advertisements

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Mobile version of Lightroom (redux)

I have a good number of blog posts that are sitting in my drafts folder in Evernote. Posts like “Shooting a rock concert”, “Syncing time capture across different cameras in Lightroom”, “Review of my new Nikon 24-70 f/2.8 lens”. I … Continue reading

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Aperture for iPad? My dream come true 15 months later?

Gabe Glick has this interesting story on a potential mobile version of Aperture. He points to the upcoming iPad 3 rumored to be announced on March 9. Definite possibility. Will my dream of “iPerture” for the iPad come true, 15 months later? … Continue reading

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More on Photosmith 2.0

My blog followers know that I had been looking for quite some time at a mobile version of Aperture for my iPad. So much so that I actually switched over to Lightroom, of all things. Of the many reasons I … Continue reading

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Is Aperture 4.0 due out soon?

Scott Bourne has always been my favorite Aperture blogger. Although a fan of Aperture, he always is objective. Here he shares some of his thoughts around the possible upcoming version of Apple’s flagship photo app. Aperture 4.0 « Photofocus.

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5 Top Tips for Designing Good Photo Book Layouts

I recently used Aperture to design our wedding album. It is a very rich environment to publish books. Better than a first very popular online solution I had used. The following post are tips for good design. Now that you … Continue reading

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iMedia Browser for Multiple Aperture Libraries

It is not because I not longer use Aperture as my main go-to software for digital asset management that I do not follow news stories about it… and that I sometimes wish that I had a similar feature in Lightroom. … Continue reading

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