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By Derrick Story | Thursday, June 26, 2014
Every time I pack up and move from one house to another, I say, “I’m never doing this again!” Moving is laborious, tedious, and at times, frustrating.
Switching from Aperture to Lightroom can feel the same.
By Derrick Story | Tuesday, June 03, 2014
Aperture or Lightroom?
Some photographers just can’t decide. And to be honest, for image editing, they don’t have to.
That’s because both Aperture and Lightroom can be configured to share the same collection of master images. Keep all of your photos in one directory—on your computer or external hard drive—then “point”each application to them.
By Derrick Story | Friday, May 16, 2014
When will we see Aperture 4?
I get this question all the time.
The implication is that users want new tools for their favorite photo management app. I have no idea when we’ll see Aperture 4. But on my Mac, I’m exploring new image editing techniques all the time thanks to the app’s plugin architecture. Companies like onOne, Google, and Photomatix are supplying me with the ingredients to spice up my existing pictures.
By Derrick Story | Monday, May 12, 2014
If only our laptops held more photos. Life would be so much easier if we could combine the speed of today’s solid state drives and the vast storage of spinning platters. So how do you cope with the thousands of photos captured on that once-in-a-lifetime vacation abroad?
I face this situation all the time—not because I’m constantly on vacation to exotic lands, but because I’m an event photographer who spends a lot of time on the road. I travel with a MacBook Pro 15-inchRetina display laptop with a 256 GB SSD drive. I wouldn’t give up the speed of solid state storage for anything. And thanks to Aperture’s versatile library management, I don’t have to.
Here’s how I manage gigabytes of photos annually with just my laptop on the road and external storage at home.
By Derrick Story | Thursday, May 08, 2014
Flickr’s new “People You Follow” stream does an excellent job of showcasing photographers you like. But don’t forget this is a two-way street—there are also people following the images you post.
Are you leveraging this opportunity to shine in the eyes of thousands? Here are a few tips to improve your Flickr presence.
By Derrick Story | Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Your photo library is getting bigger every day—it’s a fact that photographers can’t escape in this age of digital and mobile photography. As your collection grows, it becomes more and more important to have an organization plan so you can find your images when you need them.
By adopting just a few simple practices, you can take advantage of one of Aperture’s strongest features: getting your image library in order.
By Derrick Story | Wednesday, May 22, 2013
We’ve been busy updating our Flickr Essential Training course, including three chapters on the Flickr mobile app alone. However, after this week’s announcement that Yahoo has released a better, brighter Flickr, it appears there’s more work to be done.
The old Flickr user interface.
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