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Really Smart Photos with onOne and Aperture

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December 24, 2014 - 12:00pm

The advantage of Aperture’s Round Trip is that it keeps all your work packaged up neatly in an easy-to-handle Library. One of the disadvantages is that many of the plug-ins that work with Aperture’s Library also fix their results permanently upon exit. If you wish to go back and tweak later, you’re stuck with starting over with your last Aperture version. The latest version of onOne Software's Perfect Photo Suite 9 aims to address that.

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How to Sort Photos in the Import Window in Aperture 3

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December 10, 2014 - 12:00pm
Have you ever scratched your head at what you’re seeing in the import dialog… positive you have newer work than what’s there, or that the image on the bottom simply isn’t the most recent photo you shot? Read on to see how to sort the images on your card in the import window.
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The Aperture 3 "Open in Editor" Options—TIF vs PSD, 8-bit vs 16-bit, sRGB vs Adobe RGB, and TIF Compression Options

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October 30, 2014 - 12:00pm
As we all know, Aperture is no longer being developed. However more and more third party applications are popping up on the App Store — some for very little money — that may fill in the some of the gaps while we wait for Photos to be released. In this post, so that we can take advantage of some of these new apps, we look at Aperture’s built-in “Open in Editor” command, and the significance of the few options it offers. We also look at the many options you have when saving at TIFF file from Photoshop. Warning… this is a really, really long post.
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Viewing Image Metadata in Photos and iOS 8

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October 6, 2014 - 8:49am
One of the features iPhoto for iOS users loved was the ability to see your image metadata — the exposure, date and time of capture, and if GPS data was embedded, where the photo was shot. This feature disappeared with iPhoto, and Photos for iOS doesn’t (yet) have it. Fortunately at least two third parties have stepped in to fill the void.
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