Compare iPhoto and Aperture Import tools iPhoto and Aperture


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Comparing iPhoto and Aperture importing tools

You can use either application iPhoto or Aperture to bring photos into the unified library. In this case, I have a camera connected and iPhoto has detected the images on it. If you want to follow along, you can connect your camera and have iPhoto detect your images. Not necessary. This is pretty self-explanatory, but some people like to go as I go. So, we're looking at the shots here and you can see in the interface that it's pretty simple. We have thumbnails of the images.

I could select a couple of them and do Import Selected, or I could import them all and give it an event name. That is pretty much it, that is the Import dialogue here in iPhoto. Now, let's take a look at the Aperture. It's a whole different ballgame. This is an area where the two applications are very distinct. Same camera, same files connected, whole deal here and look at this. We have the thumbnails and then we have little check boxes. We can turn them off and on.

But you'll see over here that you hav...

Comparing iPhoto and Aperture importing tools
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Comparing iPhoto and Aperture importing tools provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Using iPhoto and Aperture Together

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