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Aperture 1.5 Beyond the Basics: Managed Library EssentialsPart 5 of our Excerpt's of Lynda.com's Aperture workflow covers the importance of backing up
Professional and amateur photographers alike can take advantage of the advanced photo management tools in Aperture--from organization to editing to output. In Aperture 1.5 Beyond the Basics, instructors Scott Bourne and Derrick Story teach users how to manipulate photos with the Color Adjustment tool, sharpen edges, and create preset adjustments and file settings for efficient editing and grouping. The training also details how to use the extensive metadata and organizational features in Aperture for smart photo sorting and presentation.
In this video, Scott Bourne and Derrick Story discuss using the Managed Library essentials features in Aperture 1.5. They go into discussion about the importance of backing up and how Aperture 1.5, while using the managed library workflow, enables you to store your images in the Vault, which gives you access to your images in the event of a crash.
Scott details a crash he had and how he restored his Aperture library with one click because he had stored his images via the vault. They also show you where the library can live, as it doesn't have to live on the computer's hard drive but an external hard drive.
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