Aperture 3 Portable Genius
Josh Anon & Ellen Anon
This book is available for download with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device, and with iTunes on your computer. Books can be read with iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
Compact, fluff-free, full-color guide to getting the most out of Apple’s Aperture digital photography software
This handy Portable Genius guide is designed to help you avoid hassle, save time, and quickly learn what you need to know to use Apple’s Aperture digital photography software effectively—and have fun while you’re doing it! In a trim size that fits in your laptop bag, this practical guide gives you tips, tricks, and savvy advice on everything from navigating Aperture’s user interface to advanced RAW image processing, publishing albums on the Web, and how to create your own photo book.
- Provides tips and techniques for the new or most useful features of Apple's Aperture 3 digital photography and digital manipulation program
- Includes savvy advice and plenty of no-nonsense content in a hip way that is easy to access
- Covers key tools and topics, including keyboard shortcuts, how to streamline workflows, advanced RAW image processing, and more
- Features Genius icons throughout the book—smart or innovative ways to handle tasks and save yourself time
Learn Aperture in a fun way and get even more out of your Apple digital lifestyle with Aperture 3 Portable Genius.
A must for any Aperture users
This book is very well written and extremely helpful. I have been using Aperture for four years now and am learning tons of new information to make the application even more useful. While I already know a good amount of the material the book covers, suggestions from the authors along with reference images make this book well worth the purchase price. Very handy on the iPad, you can stand it up and read next to your computer running Aperture while you are reading and the highlight feature allows noting important items I might want to refer back to. Thanks to the authors for providing such a useful tool.
This book is great! Very handy quick reference guide, good organization on table of contents, very easy to read and understand. Very helpful if you are new to Aperture 3 and need a quick yet thorough instructions.
Seems to be ERROR’S??
The author state’s Folder’s are the container’s of Projects and Album’s, but Apple support told me that Projects are the ACTUAL FILE CABINET AS TO WHICH THE FOLDERS AND THE ALBUM’S ARE TO BE STORED? Make’s sense to me as your master’s are stored in ‘Library/Projects’ Can get confusing no?