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  • Live Training Session 118 Coming Up; Export

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    ThePhotosExpert
    31 Oct 2014 | 12:00 pm
    At some point, you have to export your photos from Aperture. Easy enough, right? And it is… but there are so many options that can make your exporting easier and more consistent — if you set them up. Tags: Export
  • Slender Spreadwing damselfly (female)

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    waltersanford
    15 Oct 2014 | 3:00 am
    The following photos show a Slender Spreadwing damselfly (Lestes rectangularis) spotted on 17 September 2014 alongside the boardwalk in the central wetland area hemi-marsh at Huntley Meadows Park. This individual is a female as indicated by its terminal appendages and the ovipositor located on the underside of the posterior abdomen. Cleared for take-off … Copyright © 2014 Walter Sanford. All rights reserved.
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  • Live Training Session 118 Coming Up; Export

    ThePhotosExpert
    31 Oct 2014 | 12:00 pm
    At some point, you have to export your photos from Aperture. Easy enough, right? And it is… but there are so many options that can make your exporting easier and more consistent — if you set them up. Tags: Export
  • The Aperture 3 "Open in Editor" Options—TIF vs PSD, 8-bit vs 16-bit, sRGB vs Adobe RGB, and TIF Compression Options

    ThePhotosExpert
    30 Oct 2014 | 12:00 pm
    As we all know, Aperture is no longer being developed. However more and more third party applications are popping up on the App Store — some for very little money — that may fill in the some of the gaps while we wait for Photos to be released. In this post, so that we can take advantage of some of these new apps, we look at Aperture’s built-in “Open in Editor” command, and the significance of the few options it offers. We also look at the many options you have when saving at TIFF file from Photoshop. Warning… this is a really, really long post. Tags: External…
  • ApertureExpert Live Training 117: Places, Available Now

    ThePhotosExpert
    27 Oct 2014 | 12:00 pm
    The Places Live Training video is now online and ready for download. Tags: Places
  • Pixelmator for iPad… One Incredible App

    ThePhotosExpert
    24 Oct 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Pixelmator for iPad may well be what iPhoto should have been. I’ve barely scratched the surface, but already this is one impressive iOS app. Tags: PixelmatoriOS 8
  • The Camera Roll is Back in iOS 8.1

    ThePhotosExpert
    22 Oct 2014 | 12:00 pm
    The much missed Camera Roll has returned in iOS 8.1. Funny how much you can miss such a simple little thing… Tags: iOS 8Camera Roll
 
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  • Slender Spreadwing damselfly (female)

    waltersanford
    15 Oct 2014 | 3:00 am
    The following photos show a Slender Spreadwing damselfly (Lestes rectangularis) spotted on 17 September 2014 alongside the boardwalk in the central wetland area hemi-marsh at Huntley Meadows Park. This individual is a female as indicated by its terminal appendages and the ovipositor located on the underside of the posterior abdomen. Cleared for take-off … Copyright © 2014 Walter Sanford. All rights reserved.
  • Portal

    isys100group3
    14 Oct 2014 | 6:00 pm
    Portal Forget what you think you know about physics, Portal defies what we know as it delves into the subject of space and time travel. Set in Aperture laboratories, you are a test subject who is being led through a series of challenges and trials. One item you pick up early is a glove type machine which allows you to shoot portals basically anywhere you want. This is your main tool throughout the game and provides with hours of experimentation. Positives: Really interesting story and characters. The game draws you in right from the start and keeps you drawn in throughout the entire game.
  • Location, Location, Location

    Cassie
    14 Oct 2014 | 12:05 pm
    The thing about shooting long exposure at night is that the options for creativity are endless. Whether you choose to pick a location that is already visually interesting, or choose to add in your own techniques to make the photo appealing, your options are endless. While there are no rules about what locations you should and shouldn’t shoot at night, there are a few things that you should keep in mind when scouting out the perfect location. Test it Out: I always suggest bringing your camera out when you’re on the hunt for a new location to shoot. A location may look good, but might…
  • Bar One

    andrearagone
    14 Oct 2014 | 7:28 am
    HELLO EVERYONE!! This is the first post in almost two months and I thought I would share some photography / Photoshop tips that correspond with the most recent shoot I was commissioned to do. Bar One is a local sports bar in my area ( Fairfield, NJ ) that opened less than a month ago. I was asked to take a few shots of the interior and exterior for their website and how could I refuse? Where are the Photoshop tips, you ask? Well, I’m getting to that! Sheesh! Obviously, when taking interior spaces, there are a lot of adjustments to be made i.e. lining up chairs, cleaning table tops,…
  • Tips & Tricks Tuesday: 3 Steps to Better Photos

    Mike
    14 Oct 2014 | 5:00 am
      Most of what I’ve learned as a photographer was learned behind a camera. Sure, I’ve had classes, and worked with pros, but I seem to learn more by doing, than by listening and taking notes. I read articles and books, ask questions, and observe others in action, but it doesn’t really sink in until I do it. Since that’s how I roll, I’ve decided to share some of the things that have helped to develop my skills the most, in hopes that they will help you as well. 1) Shoot More! I know this seems obvious, but practice really does make perfect. Use a lazy afternoon or evening and…
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