If you’re a Mac user, a two new camera updates have recently shipped (we’re up to version 6.18). OS X El Capitan provides system-level support for digital camera RAW formats. In order to use
Seems like an odd title to an article, right? Well, it’s true! If you’ve ever thought about making the switch to exposing fully manually, but struggled to get apertures and
I took the time to read comments on this site, as well as a few other sites, and found that there are some terms that need some clarification for use
If you’re a Mac user, a few new camera updates have recently shipped (we’re up yo version 6.05). OS X Yosemite provides system-level support for digital camera RAW formats. In
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
Apple just announced the availability of its new photo application, Apple Photos. While its not shipping yet, there is a public beta program available. Apple also released more details about
Over the last few months I’ve been slowly mourning my loss of Apple’s support for Aperture and coming to grips with my inevitable move to Adobe Lightroom (you can read
In case it wasn’t clear… Aperture is about to die . “When Photos for OS X is available this spring, Aperture will no longer be available for purchase from the
The first step in organizing a new repository is getting the files all in one place. The goal is to clean off all of the various drives on which they are found. In this step, duplicate files and directories will be created.
If, like me, you have some work to do to get your archives in proper shape before moving to Lightroom, I have created a guide to help you escape the quagmire.
Last July, Apple announced that development on Aperture would cease. Last October, Adobe announced an Aperture Import Plugin for Lightroom. Both announcements garnered groans from me. The writing was on the wall. It was time for me to finally become an Adobe switcher.
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
Breaking up is hard to do. No one likes coming to the realization that a once blossoming relationship is now dwindling, leaving you less than fulfilled and perhaps jaded. When
Many Mac users have decided to switch from Aperture or iPhoto to Lightroom. Adobe has just released a new tool to help easily migrate existing Aperture and iPhoto libraries into
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
This is a guest post by Matt Kloskowski be sure to catch him at this year’s Photoshop World. Theres been speculation for a while now, but its confirmed. Apple is
Our friends at KelbyOne have a free seminar today on switching from Aperture to Lightroom. This might be helpful to those of you thinking of switching. The event is today
Apple announced today that it will no longer add features to its professional imaging application Aperture. Apple will continue to update camera formats for the foreseeable future. Apple is folding
If you’re a Mac user, a new camera update has recently shipped (version 5.02). OS X Mavericks provides system-level support for digital camera RAW formats. In order to use these
Apple has recently released a bug fix update for Aperture. Version 3.5.1 is a free update for all Aperture 3 users. You can get the update here. Here’s what fixed:
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