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Aperture 1.5 Beyond the Basics: Using Aperture without RAWIn Part 4 of Aperture workflow series, hosts Scott Bourne and Derrick Story discuss using Aperture without RAW
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 Using Aperture without RAW , Scott Bourne and Derrick Story discuss using Aperture without RAW. The duo discuss the benefits of Aperture for those who capture images in JPEG.
Scott and Derrick also discuss issues that arise when working with JPEG image files, such as recompression and data loss. They also discuss their previous JPEG workflows, and how they have embraced the advantages of using Aperture with JPEGs, how Aperture treats every file that is brought into Aperture as a digital negative. They also discuss the concept of masters and versions as well.
Using Aperture without RAW
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