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Using GPX Tracks to Geotag Photos with Places in Aperture 3

Nick Nieto's picture
May 30, 2014 - 12:00pm
Geotagging your photos is an informative and fun way to track the places you have photographed. Using GPX files with Places in Aperture 3 will easily allow you to accurately geotag your photos. Places unfortunately can be a bit temperamental and this guide will walk you through the steps to get your images geotagged from GPS tracks created from a dedicated device or smartphone app.

Using Aperture 3 to Prepare Time Lapse Frames

PhotoJoseph's picture
May 16, 2014 - 12:00pm
Time lapse movies can be loads of fun to produce, and very easy to get into—essentially they are just a series of photos assembled into a movie. But before you build your masterpiece, standard photo editing techniques still apply — and Aperture’s “Lift & Stamp” function can make short work of your movie preparations.

Hierarchical Keywords Expansion Using AppleScript in Aperture 3

Scott Davenport's picture
May 9, 2014 - 12:00pm
Tagging your images with relevant keywords is key to helping people find your photos. It’s also rather mundane. Hierarchical keywords can speed up this rote yet vital part of your workflow, however when it comes to exporting images, hierarchical keywords fall short. Don’t despair! Read on for a nifty way to have the best of both worlds.

Duplicating Aperture Settings on a Second Mac

PhotoJoseph's picture
April 30, 2014 - 12:20pm
Many of us are fortunate enough to have multiple Macs. Maybe a couple at home, or a desktop and laptop, or one at home and another at work. Whatever the situation, if you’re using Aperture on both systems (especially if you’re using a common library that you’re shuffling around on a hard drive) having differences in the settings and presets can be frustrating. In this post, we explore where all those settings live so you can easy copy them from one system to another.


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