Roundtripping to Photoshop


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Roundtripping to Photoshop

Most of the time Aperture can handle our image editing needs. It has a very powerful set of editing tools. However, every now and then you may need to go outside of Aperture to another image editor such as Photoshop to do something specific. Fortunately, that's a pretty easy process, using round tripping, as we like to call it, where you actually send the photo from Aperture out to Photoshop and then back into Aperture, and I want to show you how that works.

Now we start out in Preferences, just to make sure that were set up correctly, and I'm in the Export tab, and you notice that I've selected Photoshop for my external image editor. You can choose other applications, and we're setting it up as a Photoshop 8-bit file. I recommend that if you know you need something different you have three other choices here, but I think PSD 8-bit is a way to go, and for our color space you can choose either sRGB or a Adobe RGB.

If you don't know which one of those you should use, go ahead an...

Roundtripping to Photoshop
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Roundtripping to Photoshop 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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