This week Apple released their new version of OS-X also known as Mountain Lion. If you are a geek like me then not only are you considering upgrading to it, but you also wouldn’t mind doing a clean install of the operating system.
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.