Seeing your Aperture library from other applications


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Seeing your Aperture library from other applications

The cool thing about when you have all of your images in an Aperture Library - it truly becomes a database, a photo database for your entire Mac. This is very true from Mac versions of Leopard and Snow Leopard moving forward. I am going to show you how that works right now. I think it's fairly impressive. We saw before how you can send a photo out of Aperture, and then it launches the e-mail program, but what if you're in your e-mail program and someone sends you a nice note, such as this, Thank you very much, Tom.

I want to reply to him. So, I am just going to hit Reply and say, "Thanks Tom!" I go, wouldn't it be nice to send Tom a photo too? Maybe a photo from the Aperture Library, where I did the training. Well, this is where Aperture becomes your database for your entire Mac. Up here in the corner, you'll see something called Photo Browser. I am just going to click on that right now, and it brings up my Aperture Library.

It also will show you your iPhoto libra...

Seeing your Aperture library from other applications
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Seeing your Aperture library from other applications 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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