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This course shows how to use Apple Aperture to quickly and efficiently create a slideshow to impress any audience, from family and friends to colleagues and potential clients. The course covers organizing and sorting slides; picking a visual theme and a music track; adding text, images, and video; inserting transitions between slides; and sharing a slideshow on the web, via Keynote or PowerPoint, and on mobile devices.
Hi! My name is Richard Harrington and today I would like to show you how to get more done with Apple Aperture, specifically creating slideshows. Now slideshows are a fun way to share your images with friends and family, and if you are a professional photographer it's an essential way to get feedback on your images, it allows you to make presentations to prospective clients or other students. Slideshows in Aperture are fun and easy and you are going to find today that you can use easy presets or completely customize whatever you'd like to accomplish. We have got a lot to cover, so I would like to welcome you and let's jump right in.
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