ApertureExpert Live Training are online classes for Aperture which are
to watch live, and sold for just $2 afterwards. Up to 250 guests can watch the live broadcast. No reservations are needed, and viewers are connected first-come, first-served. The schedule is not fixed, and can happen at any time of the day, or any day of the week. They are announced anywhere from weeks to just hours in advance on FREE Twitter, Facebook, Google+ as well as on this site.
Sessions are typically 30 to 45 minutes long, followed by a
Q&A session. The Next Live Training is…
Fri, Aug 8, 2014 @ 12:00 PM (12:00) PDT
Register & check your time zone Further instructions are under the “how to watch live” section below. Subscribe to the Calendar
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Session 112— Adjustments; Color and B&W
In this session, we’ll dive into the powerful Color tool as well as the, well, not-so-powerful B&W tool — but we’ll still have a look at what it can do!
How to Watch Live…
Live Trainings are broadcast for free using the Citrix GoToTraining system, and can be viewed on most desktop or mobile platforms.
WATCH: Click the link in the description above to register for the session. You can register in advance (encouraged!) or once it’s already in session. You’ll receive an email with a link to join the session once registered. LISTEN: To hear the broadcast, you can listen through your computer speakers, or using the dial-in phone number. You’ll be prompted to set this up once you connect. ASK: To pose questions for the Q&A, click the hand icon on the GoToTraining widget to “raise your hand”. All questions will be addressed at the end of the show. If your question gets answered before you’re called on, please put your hand down by clicking on the hand again. If you have a microphone, you’ll be un-muted and be able to ask your question live! If you prefer not to talk, you can enter the question in the chat box. Be sure to send it to the host.
How to Watch Later…
Sessions are usually available within a few hours of broadcast to download for $2, right on this page.
If you can't wait for the next session, check out the previous round of 25 Live Training sessions, which are available individually or as a
bundle for only $30. These were recorded with Aperture 3, but starting with 3.0. The Aperture interface changed in version 3.3, and new features were added along the way, so there will be some differences — however the lessons are fundamentally the same.