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ApertureExpert Live Training 114: Adjustments; Dodge & Burn, Using Brushes

PhotoJoseph's picture
September 5, 2014 - 12:00pm
Available now! We really got into brushes here. I decided to open Photoshop to more easily explain (I hope!) how brushed adjustments work in Aperture. Since you can’t see what’s going on in Aperture, this turned into a neat way to demonstrate it. This should be the ultimate discussion on brushes, and of course how they apply to adjustments such as Dodge and Burn.

The Labor Day Sale

PhotoJoseph's picture
September 1, 2014 - 9:00am
Did you know there’s a sale going on? You should sign up for the newsletter to get these notices early! Click through to take advantage of the end of the sale though…

An Introduction to Color Efex Pro 4

Dave Baiocchi's picture
July 30, 2014 - 12:00pm
Aperture’s control sliders have remained mostly unchanged since the release of Aperture 3 (although the upcoming Photos app is likely to offer a significant modernization). One way to make more sophisticated adjustments to an image’s color and contrast is through the use of plugins. In this article, I will provide an introduction to Color Efex Pro 4, one of my favorites.

Photos in Moments of Time and Place

Jochen H. Schmidt's picture
July 28, 2014 - 12:00pm
The speculation about Photos and what it really will be holds on. Apple is as tight-lipped as we know it about their new holistic photo managment solution. However, there are actually some insights within the developer documentation for iOS8.

Using the Fonts Window to Customize Text in Aperture Books

Nick Nieto's picture
July 23, 2014 - 12:00pm
Aperture’s book-making tool is easy to use and allows you to create custom page layouts without using additional software. These books can be made for a number of uses, both personal and professional. By customizing the font and styling in your book you can give it that extra bit of polish that can push it over the edge and make your clients take a little more notice. Unfortunately the Fonts window is buried in the menu and therefore often overlooked while you design your book layout.


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