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.
A friend of mine was looking to get some pictures that he might be able to use on his CV, having just bought a new Canon 1D Mark IV for the coming football season I was dying to put it to use.
I’m very pleased to say that I am going to be shooting sports pictures for Pic-Agency starting with the start of the Allsvenskan season in April.
Nate Smith shares a good tutorial on how you can whiten teeth and eyes in Aperture 3.
Just finished adding a bunch of new Hockey images to the Sports section of my Portfolio.
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.
Some of my favorite shots from this past week’s hockey derby between AIK and Djurgården.
Looking forward to tomorrows Hockey derby, here are some pictures from the previous one.
A look at the difference between referenced or managed files, plus a tip to never lose any photos in Aperture.
Take a look at my beautiful Zenza Bronica camera that I got from my grandmother over Christmas.