photosshipping

Apple just released its long-awaited Photos app to the public (a beta was available recently that people could sign up for).  You can get the application by simply updating your copy of your OS to OS 10.10.3 (use the Apple menu and choose App Store).  You can also find the update here. What’s Available Apple […]

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ApMove

Before I start this article, let’s set the record straight.  I’m a long time Aperture user… I started with Aperture the first day it was released.  My Aperture library tracks my evolution with digital photography and it was one of my favorite tools for years. A while back I decided to switch from Aperture to […]

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camupdatemavericks

If you’re a Mac user, a new camera update has recently shipped (version 5.07). OS X Mavericks provides system-level support for digital camera RAW formats. In order to use these files, you can access them through Aperture or iPhoto on your Mac. You can also browse at the system level looking through folders. Supported by Digital Camera […]

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apertureupdate

Warning: This article is both news and opinion.  I report on what’s changed, and comment on the improvements made to Aperture. Apple quietly released an Aperture update.  Before you get excited… it’s not Aperture 4 (what many of you have been anxiously waiting for).  But there are a handful of additions and bug fixes of […]

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On October 19, 2005, Apple announced it’s new professional photo editing software application called Aperture. On November 30, 2005, the software started shipping. Since then, there have been 23 updates to the program, three of them fairly major. I’ve been there every step of the journey. I have a long history with Aperture. Along with […]

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I use Aperture. There. I said it. I am an oddball I guess, since according to Adobe at least, three times more people use Lightroom. Of course, if you are a Windows user, you have no choice. If it boils down to Aperture or Lightroom, Aperture doesn’t run on Windows machines so Lightroom it is. […]

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The good news: Aperture now supports 64-bit operation. The bad news: Most of the plug-ins designed to work with Aperture don’t yet support 64-bit operation. This means, you have to switch Aperture to 32-bit mode in order to use plug-ins. Fortunately, it’s easy to switch between 32-bit and 64-bit mode. Go to  (File > Get […]

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