Customizing the Adjustments pane


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Customizing the Adjustments pane

When you first open Aperture 3 and if you have an image selected that hasn't been worked on or hasn't been imported from previous versions of Aperture, you will have, basically, a default set of Bricks here in your Adjustments Pane. But over time, you may find that there is a tool that you really like and you would like it to also show up in your default set. And what I mean by default set is every time you click on an image at least those tools are there. So, it's sort of your starting set.

So, for example, in my case, I like Edge Sharpen, and I want it part of my default set. To do that, all I have to do is first bring it in to any set, and we'll just deselect it for the moment. Then I just go to the Gear menu and I Add it to the default set. This will always be a part, no matter which image I click on, rather than Edge Sharpen has been used or not. It will always be in the set here. And if I decide that there is a brick in here that I'm not using that I want to get ri...

Customizing the Adjustments pane
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Customizing the Adjustments pane 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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