Transferring images with Aperture on a Mac


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Transferring images with Aperture on a Mac

What I'd like to do right now is bring in some images into Aperture, so you can see how this process works, and how you can use what you've already done, in other words, bringing them in by hand, doing drag and drop, and creating folders, how you can use that work in the Aperture environment. So what you're looking at right here is the Import dialog box. First, it looks like there is a lot going on, but it's really not that bad. I mean what you have up here is you have thumbnails of the images that you're going to bring into Aperture.

And when I say, bring them in, I really mean log them into Aperture's database so that it acknowledges them, and it can keep track of them. And then down here we have where the images are residing right now. These are the virtual file cabinets that I created in earlier movies, and if you really look at them, they're going to look very familiar. Here's our virtual file cabinet for my 2011 pictures, and here are all the differ...

Transferring images with Aperture on a Mac
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Transferring images with Aperture on a Mac provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Derrick Story as part of the Organizing and Archiving Digital Photos

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Photography
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Aperture Lightroom
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