Aperture

How To : Work with RAW images in Aperture

Instead of using Photoshop, why not give Apple's Aperture a try? Aperture is designed more for post-production work for professional photographers, letting you cull through shoots, enhance images, manage massive libraries, and deliver stunning photos. Watch this video tutoria ...more

How To : Tether in Aperture

The tether command allows you to tether your camera to your Mac and capture images directly into Aperture. It's fast, easy to set up, and gives studio photographers immediate full-screen feedback while they shoot.

How To : Sharpen images in Aperture

Aperture provides two sophisticated sharpening tools, edge sharpen and sharpen. Both help you improve the fine details in your images. Most images from digital cameras need a little sharpening, especially RAW files.

How To : Use Aperture and iPhoto together

Aperture 2 and iPhoto '08 are designed to work together so you can bring your iPhoto images into your Aperture library to work on them. Conversely, you can use images from your Aperture library to create iPhoto cards, calendars, and projects.

How To : Create a custom designed photo book in Aperture

Instead of using Photoshop, why not give Apple's Aperture a try? Aperture is designed more for post-production work for professional photographers, letting you cull through shoots, enhance images, manage massive libraries, and deliver stunning photos. Watch this video tutoria ...more

How To : Build a website in Aperture

Instead of using Photoshop, why not give Apple's Aperture a try? Aperture is designed more for post-production work for professional photographers, letting you cull through shoots, enhance images, manage massive libraries, and deliver stunning photos. Watch this video tutoria ...more

How To : Manage your photo library in Aperture

Instead of using Photoshop, why not give Apple's Aperture a try? Aperture is designed more for post-production work for professional photographers, letting you cull through shoots, enhance images, manage massive libraries, and deliver stunning photos. Watch this video tutoria ...more

How To : Adjust date and time in Aperture

All digital cameras automatically record the date and time each photo was taken and store this time stamp as metadata within each image file. In Aperture 2, you can change these time stamps. This is particularly useful if the clock in your camera is set incorrectly or if you'r ...more

How To : Edit metadata in Aperture

Aperture's metadata inspector is a one-stop location for editing the metadata associated with your images. Some of this metadata is automatically stored within the image files of your digital camera, and aperture automatically reads it when you import your photos. You can add ...more

How To : Improve a Digital Photograph in Apple's Aperture

Meet Aperture 3.1.1, Apple's powerful photo post-production tool with the Amazing Shrinking Price Tag. First released in 2005 for $500, Aperture is now available in the Mac App Store for a measly $79.99—a price reduction of 83.67%! That means a lot of new buyers and, as a resu ...more

How To : Print images in Aperture

Instead of using Photoshop, why not give Apple's Aperture a try? Aperture is designed more for post-production work for professional photographers, letting you cull through shoots, enhance images, manage massive libraries, and deliver stunning photos. Watch this video tutoria ...more

How To : Create unique captions quickly in Apple Aperture 3

Quickly add captions to your digital images with Aperture. Whether you're new to digital photography or merely unfamiliar with Apple's Aperture 3, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial from Lynda, which presents a thorough, step-by-step overview on how ...more

How To : Convert color images to black and white in Aperture

This Software video tutorial shows how to convert color images to black and white in Aperture. Scott Bourne presents this video. Open up ‘aperture’ program and select a color photo that you want to convert to black and white. Now move from the ‘projects’ page to the ‘adjustmen ...more

How To : Set the shutter speed and aperture of a camera

When setting the shutter speed and aperture of a camera, use a light meter to take a reading, then set the aperture or shutter speed, depending on which is more important for the photograph. Set the shutter speed and aperture of a camera with the tips in this free instructiona ...more

How To : Set up complex slideshows in Apple Aperture 3

Fancify your slideshows with Apple Aperture 3. Whether you're new to digital photography or merely unfamiliar with Apple's Aperture 3, you're sure to benefit from this free video software tutorial from Lynda, which presents a thorough, step-by-step overview on how to set up co ...more

How To : Adjust white balance in Aperture

Aperture's white balance adjustment helps you improve the quality of colors in your images, correcting for a camera that wasn't properly calibrated for the lighting conditions under which it was used.

How To : Use stack mode in Aperture

In addition to stacks, Aperture also provides a special stack mode that lets you easily compare all of the images in a stack to determine which one you want to be the pick.

How To : DIY your own SuperMacro lens with working aperture

In this video, learn how to take apart any old lenses you may have a fuse them together into the ultimate SuperMacro lens. This absolutely gorgeous tutorial will show you, step by step, exactly how to create this fantastic eye piece and take incredible photos with it.

How To : Manage photos in Aperture

Instead of using Photoshop, why not give Apple's Aperture a try? Aperture is designed more for post-production work for professional photographers, letting you cull through shoots, enhance images, manage massive libraries, and deliver stunning photos. Watch this video tutoria ...more

How To : Create web galleries in Aperture

Aperture's web gallery feature allows you to use your MobileMe account to quickly and easily publish sophisticated webpages that are synced directly to your Aperture library.

How To : Set the aperture and shutter speed on the HV20

This is a cinematography tutorial video that demonstrates how to control the aperture and shutter speed on the HV20 high definition camcorder. This is the PAL version, so it's basically the same except the NTSC version would have different shutter speeds. You will also need a ...more

How To : Make multiple selections in Aperture

In Aperture, you can easily select multiple images to view them side by side. this convenient feature makes it easy to compare images and to make changes to a group of images simultaneously.

How To : Use compare mode in Aperture

Aperture's compare mode lets you keep one image fixed in the viewer while you cycle through your other images for easy side-by-side comparisons. This feature is useful for choosing the best out of a group of similar shots.

How To : Use aperture, shutter speed, and ISO on the DSLR

It's true that a high quality digital SLR can take pictures 1000X better than any digital camera can without any previous experience from the photographer, but by understanding some digital SLR camera basics you can improve the quality of your photos greatly, and even take pro ...more

How To : Use Your Shutter, ISO and Aperture

Learn the Basics of Shooting in "Manual" Mode on your DSLR In this first installment of Photography Basics, we will be exploring and explaining the basics of shooting with a DSLR in various shooting modes. This first webisode is intended to familiarize the user with the basic ...more

How To : Filter and search in Aperture

Aperture's advanced filter and search tools make it easy to find an image or a group of images within a single project or album, a folder of albums, or across your entire library.

How To : Manually Control Aperture with Macro Extension Rings

Macro extension rings are an affordable solution to buying expensive macro lenses, but there is no way to control the aperture when using macro extension tubes without contacts. However, by utilizing a piece of paper, you can easily control the aperture. Video: .

How To : Recover highlights in Aperture

One of the advantages of shooting in RAW format is that you can often recover overexposed or blown highlights. Aperture provides two easy to use controls for restoring detail to areas in a RAW image that have been overexposed to complete white.

How To : Enhance your images in Aperture

The enhance controls in Aperture's adjustments panel provide a number of tools for refining your tonal adjustments, controlling saturation, and for correcting color casts.

How To : Use export plug-ins in Aperture

Aperture's extensible architecture supports third-party export plug-ins that make it easy to export your photos directly to various web publishing sites, print service providers, and other software applications. You can find many of these plug-ins on www.apple.com.

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