Configuring for faces and places


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Configuring for faces and places

A great new addition to Aperture 3 is Faces and Places, and if you've played with iPhoto '09, then you're already familiar with this. And in a lot of ways, it's a very similar to what we have in iPhoto. So if you've been working in iPhoto, you're already well up the curve. I'm going to dedicate a whole chapter to those, to Faces and Places, but there are a couple of things that I want to let you know about right off the top before we get to Chapter 9 and all those sort of stuff, because it can have an impact on your workflow as you are initially setting up your Aperture Library.

This is especially true if you are moving from Aperture 2 to Aperture 3. Here is why. So when you move a Library from Aperture 2 to Aperture 3, and we'll be talking about this in more detail, the actual moving the library part. Aperture 3 has to do a lot of stuff. To prepare that Library for use in Aperture 3, it does database modifications, it may reprocess your RAWs if you hav...

Configuring for faces and places
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Configuring for faces and places provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Aperture 3 Essential Training (2012)

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