February 15, 2008

Aperture 2.0 Tip

Aperture 2.0 has a very streamlined interface using an all-in-one Inspector that has just three tabs. It’s very accessible and easy to use. It takes less space and even works in Full Screen mode. This is great. I love Aperture’s Full Screen mode. Now you can access the Inspector (Hit “W”) from Full Screen and do things like add captions or switch projects without leaving full screen mode. SWEET!

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  1. That is a beautiful photo Scott, really great. May I ask what type of bird that is?

  2. Thanks Cameron – Golden fronted woodpecker – Melanerpes aurifrons.

  3. Hey Scott, I second the beautiful photo. Is there any chance you’d be willing to toss up some basic EXIF data for the photos you post?

  4. Thanks Joe – as a matter of course, I probably won’t do that for a while because I am in the middle of re-organizing everything into Aperture 2.0 and sometimes don’t have the original image available to me to get that info. However, on this image I think I can find that info soon and will post it when I find it. Also, we’re going to start a feature where we post a shot and discuss how we made it – then for sure there will be EXIF data.

  5. That’s great. I can’t fully express how much I’m looking forward to that. For some reason, staring at a photo and examining the EXIF makes it all click in my brain.

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