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- Aug 22nd, 2007
Unparalleled photo management, advanced RAW conversion, and comprehensive image editing tools. Aperture is a must have for the professional photographer.
With today's shift towards digital photography, file management and organization are more important than ever. Meet Aperture. This comprehensive tool gives professional and amateur photographers a new level of control. From advanced RAW conversion and import options, to incredible database flexibility and metadata choices.
And for those who still swear by film, Aperture's features are just as useful. Organize your scanned images like never before, and be amazed at what non-destructive editing can do for you.
Appealing equally to pro's and advanced amateurs, Justin Masse and Alexandria Markowsky will take you step by step from Aperture's basic fundamentals through to it's powerful advanced features. Topics covered include exploring Aperture's highly customizable user interface, importing files, sorting and organizing images with stacks and ratings, advanced image manipulation and color techniques, a variety of metadata tools, database features, and file backup options. With all the helpful workflow tips and tricks you expect, in our easy to follow video format, this is the quickest way to truly master Aperture!
For a full list of the topics covered, see the Tutorial Outline
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i have quite a few tutorials now.this one keeps up the standard that i have come to expect: well paced, clearly explained and produced in short, digestable chunks. perfect for anyone who wants to get the most out of Aperture
Thanks for reminder to get back into the really great TUTs Could not be better. Really enjoy the manner of presentation by the two clever folk involved..Negative! I always take ages to get into the NEDs thing.. I need a tutorial on that also:-) But overall, great. Regards Brian F Harris
o8 To all: Re Aperture Highly recommended. Excellent training and presented in a fun, crystal clear dialogue and very informative. No Doubt, the Best. I attest and have seven so far. The best I've ever seen. As a customer, great planning,workmanship in the creating of these DVD Training Tapes T.J.
I have just finished viewing the tutorial on Aperture and found it excellent. I would recommend it beginners as well as those like me who have been using the program for some time. Well done!
Your video was very informative. Aperture can be somewhat intimidating at the very least. hats where the visual reinforcement is great! its one thing to read it,,,but another to actually see what to do. Keep up the good work!
Again a real pro tutorial, Easy to follow, I use it as a reference, clicking in a session I need help with. Great stuff, Thanks John Danty
The Aperture 101 is a very comprehensive overview of the program. As an amateur photographer it covers everything that I need to know and fits my learning style. Add to that the price and it is a steal. I have used tutorials from other producers and paid much, much more with out getting more value in the instruction. I have even suggested that my daughter who is a Creative at an Apple Store recommend it to her clients. Henry Drygas
Excellent, nice and easy to follow, well explained.
Very well done but I had a hard time following the cursor. I would suggest enlarging the cursor or better yet to look at a third party cursor. http://unsanity.net/cursors/ - is just one example of cursors out there. Thanks for the training and keep up the good work.
the training was good and gave a good introduction to aperture....my experience is to just go into a program and use it to learn it, but this gave a good intro as i said previously, more detail on the file structure, which is one of the main reasons i purchased the program needs to be better explained.
This is an excellent tutorial for learning Aperture. I like TED, too. The Aperture tutorial is divided into many short videos/lessons that demonstrate and explain very well how to use Aperture. Each lesson covers one or a few points that do not overwhelm you. My only complaint is that it took some hunting to figure out how to quickly pause and then restart an individual lesson, so that I could apply what I was learning to my own photos in my copy of Aperture. I discovered that a right click on the screen brings up a menu with stop and play. There should be a pause button below the screen.
Best courses I have done so far regarding use of software. Professional trainers and easy to follow.
Great stuff! Simple to follow. Logical step by step instruction. There were a few tricks I hadn't yet discovered which is useful. Much of my understanding of Aperture was confirmed by watching this tutorial which at very least gives peace of mind when entrusting your entire photo library to a database. A worthy investment and a worthy addition to the excellent macprovideo courses. Thanks.
I found the Aperture tutorial very well presented and informative. its a must for anyone considering Aperture for there work.
Fantastic much better than expected.So impressed i have downloaded more. Thank you
Good training. Excellent tool too learn aperture in an easy way
This is a good basic training course to get you up and running on Apeture. Apeture works seamlessly with all the iLife applications, .Mac, and Final Cut Suite. As a dedicated Mac user, I've found it the most user friendly(yes even more than Adobe Lightroom) for sending emails, making web galleries, and the exceptional photo books supported by Apple. And I love the way Photoshop can be incooperated as an external editor automatically saving the version in Apeture.