Apple Aperture 3: A Workflow Guide for Digital Photographers from Focal Press is a comprehensive guide covering the basic, advanced, and updated features of Aperture 3. Co-authored by Ken McMahon and Nik Rawlinson, this 322-page text provides helpful instruction on using Aperture 3 for importing, sorting, and navigating through libraries of raw files; how to utilize rush-based adjustments and quick fix adjustment preset tools; and how to export imagery as a slideshow, to the web, or even produce your own book. This publication also covers Aperture 3-specific topics, such as how to find, tag, and protect imagery with advanced metadata tools; use presets, non-destructive brushes, and curves to enhance photographs; and how to integrate Aperture 3 into your workflow with other programs.
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Introduction Camera Raw How Aperture Works Managing Your Images Working with Metadata Adjusting Images Aperture Workflow Working with Other Applications Output