Synopses & Reviews
There has never been a more powerful tool for organizing, adjusting, and distributing your digital photographs than Aperture. With Apple Aperture 1.5: Photographers' Guide, you won't miss a single feature! You'll learn how to utilize each tool to improve your digital photographic imaging workflow. Sort, group, and stack your images just as you would on a traditional light table. You can even create albums and Web pages that change automatically to fit your selected criteria. When the power of Aperture is combined with the features of AdobeÂ® PhotoshopÂ®, the results are unparalleled. You'll learn how Aperture complements Photoshop, and you'll discover some amazing organizing, productivity, and presentation tools offered by Aperture that are not available within Photoshop.
Apple Aperture Photographers' Guide is a practical guide to real-world application of Aperture's capabilities. This hands-on manual is full of examples for applying Aperture?s features and integrating Aperture into a Photoshop environment workflow. Written for intermediate-level photographers, this book enables hobbyists and professionals alike to confidently utilize the image indexing and organizing features offerred by Aperture. It outlines how photographers can get the most out of the RAW format workflow, cataloguing, and picture packing capabilities that Aperture is built for.
About the Author
Mike Cuenca has authored and tech edited several books on Photoshop, including ACE Photoshop 5 Exam Cram for Coriolis. Mike also wrote one of the first books published on Adobe InDesign, Mastering Adobe InDesign. Mike is originally a photographer and has been shooting for more than 30 years. He is an expert in digital imaging and has an extensive background in both film and digital photography.
Table of Contents
Part 1: Start with Aperture. Chapter 1: Importing your images Chapter 2: Cataloguing your images Chapter 3: Sorting and Selecting your images Chapter 4: Locating your images Chapter 5: Color correcting your images Chapter 6: Storing your images Part 2: Finish with Aperture. Chapter 7: Designing with Photos Chapter 8: Printing photos Chapter 9: Publishing photos