Importing images from an iPhone


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Importing images from an iPhone

A lot of us are carrying iPhones and if you happen to be one of people, you probably have some fun shots on that device also that you'd like to manage along with all of your other images. And we can bring iPhone shots into the Aperture library quite easily. So the first thing that you want to do is connect your iPhone with the iPhone USB cable that comes with it, to your computer, and make sure Aperture is launched. And then once you do that, go to your Import dialog box and it will show up right up here under Source.

And I have a whole bunch of shots on my iPhone. I want to just grab a few of them and put them in my Aperture library. So I go over here and I don't see anything here. Boy, I'll tell you, this can freak you out, because right away you're going to think something is broken. Actually this is where that filter will get you. So you got to remember that the Import dialog box remembers the settings that you last used. The settings that I last used was importing RAW fi...

Importing images from an iPhone
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Importing images from an iPhone 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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