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ApertureExpert Live Training Session 105: Rating, Flagging & Labeling Strategies

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April 23, 2014 - 12:00pm
Aperture offers a variety of way to tag your images, including ratings (one through five, plus ‘reject’), flagging, and color labels. This session explores these options and suggests where and when you might use each of them. This is one of those “you can do it your way” features, and understanding how they work will help you decide how to best integrate them into your own workflow.
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Applying Your Favorite "Look" at the Time of Import

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April 18, 2014 - 12:00pm
Do you find yourself consistently applying the same “look” to your photos in Aperture? For example, you always increase saturation, lower exposure, recover highlights, etc.? If so, then consider saving those as a preset and applying at the time of import to save a step down the road.
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Live Training Session 105 Coming Up

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April 16, 2014 - 12:00pm
Aperture offers a variety of way to tag your images, including ratings (one through five, plus ‘reject’), flagging, and color labels. This session explores these options and suggests where and when you might use each of them. This is one of those “you can do it your way” features, and understanding how they work will help you decide how to best integrate them into your own workflow.
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ApertureExpert Live Training Session 104: Smart Albums & Search

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April 10, 2014 - 3:37pm
One of Aperture’s greatest advantages is it’s ability to quickly search by nearly any parameter. Not only can you search, but you can create “Smart Albums” that are essentially saved searches, allowing you to search all or any part of your library with a single click. In this video, we explore the entire search dialog, showing all of Aperture’s extensive search capabilities.
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