Setting up face recognition


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Setting up face recognition

Well, Aperture 3 enabled Faces. It brought us Faces. Those of you that have been using the latest version of iPhoto know a little about Faces, and it works pretty much the same right here. So, if you've already been using Faces, you're up to speed. But I'll show you a quick run through here anyway, just in case you haven't played with Faces before, just so you get a sense of its power. And now in Aperture, as an iPhoto, it's both face detection and then recognition. So, it finds the faces and then you identify a face, and it finds the other faces that it thinks are related.

So, it's a pretty slick little program here. You Enable Faces if you haven't already. I think it comes - by default, it's enabled. But under the General tab here, you turn Faces Off and On. And in fact, if you were to uncheck this box, it actually leaves your Library pane. So, you can turn it off and on. In an earlier movie, I talked about possibly turning it off in the beginning if you didn...

Setting up face recognition
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Setting up face recognition 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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