With Aperture 3.3 you can save time on import by using camera generated previews with RAW images.
I’ve had my Canon 1D Mark IV for about a year now and really enjoy using it. Here is a look at my custom functions for sports photography.
Some videos detailing basic custom functions of the Canon 1D Mark IV camera.
A quick tip for those of you that like to edit in Aperture 3 using full-screen mode.
If you’ve ever wondered how to clean your camera lens, the Nikon Help Hotline posted a detailed video on YouTube showing the process.
Unfortunately I’ve found a bug, or problem, with the way Apple’s Aperture handles Swedish characters (ö, ä, and å) that might force me to start using another application.
Here’s a simple tip for you, use iBooks to store your equipment manuals. Save space in your camera bag and always keep them with you.
Nate Smith shares a good tutorial on how you can whiten teeth and eyes in Aperture 3.
Some interesting photography links from the past week. Articles on watermarking in Aperture, handling image selection, and a little Photoshop tip to round it all off.
Examining how you can add captions to multiple images in Aperture, while taking a look at how Aperture 3 handles metadata entry in general.
A look at the difference between referenced or managed files, plus a tip to never lose any photos in Aperture.
A detailed look at the process I use in order to keyword my sports photography images in Apple’s Aperture 3 photo management software.