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Guest Post: Why I Use Aperture Instead of Lightroom

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August 2, 2013 - 7:00pm

Today's article is a guest post by Mel Ashar, a landscape and architectural photographer in San Francisco. He writes on why he personally uses Aperture instead of Lightroom, many of which reasons focus on the Apple ecosystem. It's a great piece for those comparing the two apps, or simply wondering what advantages Aperture offers of Lightroom.

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Batch Metadata Changes in Aperture 3

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July 31, 2013 - 7:00pm

The Batch Change window in Aperture 3

The most efficient way to add metadata to your photos (copyright, contact info, etc.) is to do it on import. But what if you forget, or what if the metadata changes (your address or email changes), or what if you have old photos that never got the metadata in the first place?

In this tip, we’ll look at the Metadata Batch Change tool, and how to create your own custom presets.

NOTE: Updated to include video version of the tip![more]

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The New Eye-Fi mobi Card

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July 29, 2013 - 7:01pm

The Eye-Fi mobi card

The Eye-Fi card is a particularly cool camera accessory. Different models allow you to shoot on your dSLR, micro four-thirds camera, or any device that takes SD cards, and instantly transfer photos to your computer, various social networks, or even your smart phone. In this post, we’ll take a look at configuring the all-new Eye-Fi card “mobi” to an iPhone, and talk about why you’d want to do such a crazy thing.[more]

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Last Week's Newsletter, and a Poll

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July 24, 2013 - 7:00pm

Did you see last weekend’s newsletter? If not, check it out here, and if you’re not subscribed, you can do that too. Also I had a little poll in there that I’d love your feedback on… if you haven’t voted already, please do![more]

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