Aperture is a dedicated end-to-end workflow tool for photographers and this book guides the reader through the complete process from capture to output. The beauty of Aperture is that - unlike Adobe's rival workflow software, Lightroom - it doesn't force a particular structure or workflow on to the user. This more open-ended approach means it is becoming increasingly popular with photographers - but also means that there is a lot to learn for a newcomer to the software. Whether you are cataloging, organising and adding Metadata to thousands of RAW files; selecting, cropping and correcting an individual image or preparing files for final output to web or print, this book provides a complete reference for producing high-quality results with Aperture.Aperture will either copy yourpictures intoits Library package, or reference them within theLibrary. ... memory card, except that itrequires a little more manual intervention. ... This latter optionwillnot be availablefor allcameras, since each manufacturer maintains its own Raw format, but Aperture keepsup withthe leading manufacturers, including Canon, Nikonand Pentax. ... Aprime example isthe CanonEOS 350D, which tookthis numeric name inEurope, was the Digital RebelXT inthe USAanbsp;...
|Title||:||Apple Aperture 3|
|Author||:||Ken McMahon, Nik Rawlinson|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2012-09-10|