Controlling Photo Stream in Aperture


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Controlling Photo Stream in Aperture

Aperture 3.3 and iCloud play great together. And I am going to show you how to control your Photo Stream and yet take advantage of the ability to share images among all of your devices, iPad, iPhone, and Macs. Now we have to start at the System Preferences, not for Aperture, but for your system itself. So I am going to go up here to the Apple and go to System Preferences, and we're going to go to iCloud right here.

And you have to make sure that you're signed in to your iCloud account. Now, if you have a current Mac, if you have a current iPhone, current iPad, you have access to iCloud. All you have to do is sign in with your information here, and that is step one. Now the second step is to go to the Preferences in Aperture and go to Photo Stream. Photo Stream is part of iCloud, it is the photo part of iCloud.

And you have to enable Photo Stream, which you do by checking this box right here. Now you'll notice in my setup, I have not checked these other two boxes, because if you do, then...

Controlling Photo Stream in Aperture
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Controlling Photo Stream in Aperture 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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Photography
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Aperture
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