Apple Aperture 3: A Workflow Guide for Digital Photographers
- ISBN 13:
- ISBN 10:
- Edition: 1st
- Format: Nonspecific Binding
- Copyright: 08/02/2010
- Publisher: Focal Press
Note: Not guaranteed to come with supplemental materials (access cards, study guides, lab manuals, CDs, etc.)
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With over 200 brand new features, Apple's leading photo management and image processing package just got a whole lot bigger! From Faces to Places and Brushes to Presets, Mac experts Ken McMahon and Nik Rawlinson will guide you through everything you could ever need to know about Aperture 3 including how to:
-Find, tag, and protect your images with advanced metadata techniques
-Use Presets, Nondestructive brushes and the powerful new Curves tool to dramatically enhance your photos
-Seamlessly integrate Aperture 3 with other programs for incredible results
Apple Aperture 3 - A Workflow Guide for Digital Photographers shows you how to put this powerful software right at the heart of your digital photography workflow. Inside you will find information on how to import, sort and navigate thousands of Raw files like a pro; how to fully utilize the new rush-based adjustments and quick fix adjustment presets to creatively edit your images; and how to export your images to slideshows, the Web, or even create your own coffee table style photobook.
* Clear, step-by-step explanations simplify the features and uses of this extensive application
* Real-life examples show you a complete digital photography workflow with Aperture at the core
* Fully updated for Aperture 3
This book, overall, is a reasonable user's guide for Aperture: an instruction manual that you can use to walk your way through understanding of each of Aperture's commands and capabilities while gaining an understanding as to how Aperture stores your photographic data. Pages are a matte gloss and there is extensive use of illustrations, both of photographs and of Aperture's interface.