Decide which application manages your Photo Stream iPhoto and Aperture


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Deciding which application manages your Photo Stream

So, both Aperture and iPhoto can tap your Photo Stream, but only one at a time and this is different than with Facebook and Flickr where you can have both apps talking to your Facebook and Flickr accounts. You can only have one of these apps tapping into the Photo Stream. So, you have to make a decision; which one? Which application are you going to use to manage your Photo Stream. Now, my top of mind recommendation is the application that I don't use as my default Photo Library Manager, it's the one that I use for Photo Stream.

So, in my case, I'm a heavy Aperture user. I love Aperture. It's my go-to application for managing all my photography work. So, I don't have Aperture running my Photo Stream. What I have done is that I have setup iPhoto to handle my Photo Stream activities because, as we know, I can open the iPhoto Library in Aperture in at very once if I want to work with those images. So, what I have done is I've enabled Automatic Import so that all of t...

Deciding which application manages your Photo Stream
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Deciding which application manages your Photo Stream 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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