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.
Dropbox is an internet file sharing service, designed to let you move files between multiple computers and devices. It’s cloud file syncing made easy.
Review of Strobox, part website & part iPhone app. The iPhone app let’s you make lighting diagrams. The website let’s you share pictures and their accompanying lighting diagrams.
A little tip for Aperture 3 users on how you can stop a bug that freezes the app when it’s trying to quit and close.