Control Points are a way to selectively apply filter effects in Color Efex Pro 4. Control points are particularly useful because they are essentially content-aware masks. This article describes how to use them.
No matter how much storage your iOS device has, it’s never enough, and it’s usually the photos eating up most of your space. This tip shows the easiest and fastest way to get those pictures and movies off your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, and get back to shooting more!
The “Detect Edges” feature of Aperture’s brushes is very powerful. It works by continually taking tonal samples as you brush and differences in tonality imply an edge. Did you know you can have Aperture lock the tonal sample? Click through and find out how.
The iPad is the perfect device to show easily your photos. Many Aperture 3 users want a companion app which allows viewing, rating and other things directly on the iPad. Unfortunately while there is still no official solution, we can get the desktop version of Aperture running on the iPad with a little effort.
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.