Recently, several Photofocus audience members have asked about switching from Lightroom to Aperture. Their concern is how to effectively transfer their images from Lightroom catalogs to Aperture libraries. After discussing this with Apple’s Aperture team, here’s the best practice for such a move. There is a command in LR – SAVE METADATA TO FILE This […]

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In case you somehow missed it, Chase Jarvis has created an interesting idea. It’s called CreativeLive and involves live photography-related teaching that is free to view when it’s live, and available later for a fee. The live show is recorded and people can pay $79 after the course is completed if they want to own […]

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Shayne from Edmonton, Canada wrote in to ask this question: “How do I get my LR DNG files into A3? I cannot seem to get my RAW file out of the DNG containers. I do not want to export from LR to jpg to import into A3.” Shayne we’ve received that question from others and […]

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Shayne from Edmonton, Canada is switching from Lightroom to Aperture and contacted me with the following question: How do I get my LR DNG files into Aperture 3? I cannot seem to get my RAW file out of the DNG containers. I do not want to export from LR to jpg to import into Aperture […]

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Adobe has shipped Lightroom 3. After many months in BETA the program is locked into gold and available from Adobe at http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshoplightroom/. There are lots of new features in both programs. Lightroom 3 has new improved noise reduction, support for tethered shooting, importing, super cool lens and perspective correction, limited DSLR video support, and more […]

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I’ve had several weeks to get to know Aperture 3.0. The latest updates really brought the software to a point where I finally feel like I can rely on it. It’s still not perfect, but it’s at the point that I no longer worry about it. Accordingly, I’ve been able to delve deeper into the […]

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A short time ago, Apple released the much-anticipated update to Aperture 2.0. It has a long list of admirable features, but the initial release was short on performance. I wrote my initial review about Aperture 3 on Photofocus here. Aperture 3.0 was flat-out buggy and I believe Apple knew it. Very shortly after the release […]

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