Coming up next, we’ll finish the import dialog in Live Training Session 102! Watch live on Monday, March 10 @ 2:00PM PST. This one may run long, as we still have lots of cover. Click through to see how to watch live, for free, or to download the sessions afterwards.
Photo storage management is a topic that comes up often. I have participated in numerous discussions on this topic here on ApertureExpert.com and on other photographer community sites. Regardless of what photo management software you use to edit, catalog and manage your photographs and videos, you need a good strategy for storing and preserving these valuable digital assets. While photo storage management is only a part of the larger subject of Digital Asset Management, it is of such importance that it deserves direct attention. In this article I share my method for photo storage management.
As I said last week, it’s time to start over… starting with import, come check out Live Training Session 101! Watch live on Wednesday, Feb 26th, 16:00 (4:00 PM) PST. Click through to see how to watch live, for free.
If you have multiple images (a few… dozens… hundreds!) with the same sensor dust problem, you can easily batch fix them all using the Lift & Stamp command—even if you’ve rotated and cropped the photos.
We’re now selling Scott Davenport’s amazing AppleScript that allows you to copy your painstakingly created mask from one Adjustment into another. Wait, what? Yeah, that’s right… wait ‘till you get a load of this.
Using a shared Photo Stream’s “like” function as a way of having friends or family tag images can have some clever uses, however Aperture makes part of the workflow a little messy. Fortunately, iPhoto can step in and make the process a little cleaner.