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  • Released: 2010/10/04
    0:27 hr
    Thomas Boyd takes us through creative image enhancement using Aperture 3, showing his own personalized techniques that he uses every day.
    $9.99
  • Released: 2010/10/03
    If you use both Aperture 3 and Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3, this is a script you can’t be without. It will automatically export a Master RAW file from Aperture, and open it directly in Lightroom.
    $0.99
  • Released: 2010/10/03
    This powerful AppleScript allows you to convert a non-critical Master file into another space-saving format, i.e. RAW to JPEG. If your Library is bloated with RAW files you don’t necessarily need but can’t...
    $1.99
  • Released: 2010/10/03
    This simple AppleScript tells you how many MB — or GB — any selection of images is taking up on your hard drive, and is very helpful in making decisions of where to use the “Convert Master File Format” AppleScript.
    $0.99
  • Released: 2010/06/24

    Get more from Aperture’s powerful file management capabilities! Topics include developing your own import, file naming and long-term photo organization & storage strategies, metadata, time zone & time sync mismatches,...

    $9.97
  • Released: 2010/05/11
    1:13 hr
    Thomas Boyd takes us through creative image enhancement using Aperture 3, showing his own personalized techniques that he uses every day.
    $9.99
  • Released: 2010/04/13
    This collection of Adjustment Presets is all about “looks” mimicking film, grain, and even a few Hollywood movies. Many of these presets involves a customized mask, which provides a look that isn’t possible to attain in Aperture alone. The end result is a collection of effects that you will...
    $4.99
  • Released: 2010/03/05
    If you’re new to Aperture and serious about getting started, or even an experienced user who’s not sure if you started off on the right foot, this eBook is for you. 126 pages of detailed step-by-step guides on importing, rating, adding keywords, editing and sharing your photos!
    $9.97
  • Released: 2010/02/02
    The original ApertureExpert eBook, written for Aperture 2
    Free!

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