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  • Photos in Moments of Time and Place

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    ApertureExpert
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    The speculation about Photos and what it really will be holds on. Apple is as tight-lipped as we know it about their new holistic photo managment solution. However, there are actually some insights within the developer documentation for iOS8. Tags: Photos.app
  • 365 Photo Challenge - Day 28 - Aperture

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    Geo.Fyre
    6 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Aperture is the whole in the camera that allows light to enter. (How long the light is allowed to enter is measure by shutter speed.) Aperture is measured by f-stops. The smaller the f-stop, the larger the aperture. For example, f/ 1.8 is a much larger aperture/opening than f/ 5. Larger apertures allow more light in and have a shallow depth of field, meaning less will be in focus, while smaller apertures allow less light in and have a greater depth of field, meaning more of the picture will be in focus. To illustrate the change of field depth and light, I organized my dogs toys in the above…
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  • Photos in Moments of Time and Place

    ApertureExpert
    28 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    The speculation about Photos and what it really will be holds on. Apple is as tight-lipped as we know it about their new holistic photo managment solution. However, there are actually some insights within the developer documentation for iOS8. Tags: Photos.app
  • Locking the Detect Edges Tonal Sample in Aperture 3

    ApertureExpert
    25 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    The “Detect Edges” feature of Aperture’s brushes is very powerful. It works by continually taking tonal samples as you brush and differences in tonality imply an edge. Did you know you can have Aperture lock the tonal sample? Click through and find out how. Tags: AdjustmentsDetect EdgesBrushes
  • Using the Fonts Window to Customize Text in Aperture Books

    ApertureExpert
    23 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Aperture’s book-making tool is easy to use and allows you to create custom page layouts without using additional software. These books can be made for a number of uses, both personal and professional. By customizing the font and styling in your book you can give it that extra bit of polish that can push it over the edge and make your clients take a little more notice. Unfortunately the Fonts window is buried in the menu and therefore often overlooked while you design your book layout. Tags: Books
  • ApertureExpert Live Training 111: Adjustments; Curves

    ApertureExpert
    21 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    The Live Training session 111 on Curves is now available for download. Curves is an incredibly powerful tool, and this is one lesson you won’t want to miss. Tags: Adjustmentscurves
  • Live Training Session 111 Coming Up; Adjustments: Curves

    ApertureExpert
    14 Jul 2014 | 12:00 pm
    It’s time for Curves! One of the most powerful tools in any image editing arsenal, this one is not to be missed. Tags: Adjustmentscurves
 
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  • 365 Photo Challenge - Day 28 - Aperture

    Geo.Fyre
    6 Jul 2014 | 9:00 am
    Aperture is the whole in the camera that allows light to enter. (How long the light is allowed to enter is measure by shutter speed.) Aperture is measured by f-stops. The smaller the f-stop, the larger the aperture. For example, f/ 1.8 is a much larger aperture/opening than f/ 5. Larger apertures allow more light in and have a shallow depth of field, meaning less will be in focus, while smaller apertures allow less light in and have a greater depth of field, meaning more of the picture will be in focus. To illustrate the change of field depth and light, I organized my dogs toys in the above…
  • From Aperture to Lightroom

    holmesphotog
    6 Jul 2014 | 3:02 am
    So with the recent announcement that Apple is stopping development of its professional photography software (Aperture), I reluctantly had to start the transition from Apple’s Aperture to Adobe’s Lightroom. The pictures in this post are ones that I have re-processed using Lightroom. I am no expert in computing, and at the modest age of 29 I’ll admit that a part of me just couldn’t be bothered to make the switch. I have been using Aperture 3 exclusively for 3 to 4 years and I seriously considered the practicalities of just sticking with Aperture 3 and never updating…
  • Notes: ISO, Shutter Speed & Aperture!

    susiesea
    5 Jul 2014 | 9:37 pm
    Exposure -exposure controls how light and/or dark an image is -it’s the mixture of all three pillars of photography: ISO, shutter speed and aperture ISO -iso is the level of sensitivity of camera to available light -the lower the level, the less sensitive, the higher= more sensitive -base iso is the lowest iso number of the sensor, that can produce the highest image quality, without adding noise to the image. Ranges:100-200 (base iso), 400, 800, 1600, 3200, 6400. Each step in between doubles sensitivity -With increased sensitivity, there can be more graining Shutter Speed -shutter speed…
  • Macro Photography : How an Aperture Works by gmcauliffe

    Easy Branches
    5 Jul 2014 | 11:59 am
    Shot of colouring pencils arranged in a circular pattern with vignette added to give an aperture effect. http://ift.tt/1mUKjln
  • Focal Length, Subject Distance and F-Stop for Zone Focussing

    Mark
    5 Jul 2014 | 11:30 am
    Shooting with a prime lens and zone-based manual is an almost Zen-like experience. No zoom to worry
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