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Choosing between power and simplicity isn't an either-or proposition. The latest versions of iPhoto and Aperture now share a common photo library format, which means you can store all your photos in one central library, and then switch between the two apps as needed: use iPhoto for its simplicity and great sharing options, and Aperture for its powerful organization, image editing, and publishing features.
In this course, photographer, author, and teacher Derrick Story shows key strategies for employing both iPhoto and Aperture in a digital photography workflow. The course begins with a look at the unified photo library format and managing your library with both applications.
Next, the course examines the professional-level image editing features in Aperture and details strategies for sharing photos through slideshows and print projects, guiding you to the best application for the job at hand. It concludes with lessons on exporting photos using Aperture, managing an iCloud Photo Stream, and backing up your library.
(music playing) Hi! My name is Derrick Story and welcome to using iPhoto and Aperture together. Many folks use either iPhoto or Aperture and most never think that these two apps can complement each other. Now, with the unified library, you can take advantage of the best features of both apps. In this course, I'll show you how to share the unified library with both apps, master basic image editing steps that apply to 90% of your photos, import and export with powerful ease, publish directly from either iPhoto or Aperture to your social networking sites, use photo stream to automatically archive all of your mobile device images, and create beautiful prints, cards, calendars, and books.
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