Transferring photos into Aperture from the iPad and the iPhone


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Transferring photos into Aperture from the iPad and the iPhone

A lot of photographers are using their iPhone and their iPad for their photography work, and sometimes creating some very nice stuff on their mobile apps, and wouldn't it be nice to get some of that into your Aperture library. Well, you can. The main thing that you have to do on your iPhone or iPad is save the image. Regardless if you're using iPhoto for iOS or whatever you're using, save the image to the Camera Roll, the Camera Roll is very important. Once the image is in the Camera Roll on your mobile device, connect it to your computer here, open Aperture, and then go up to the Import button.

And what you'll see is that your device-- your mobile device--will show up there with all of the images currently on the Camera Roll. Now we just want to bring one in right now, so I'm going to uncheck all. I just want to bring in this shot of the fichus. Eventually, it's going to end up in our Flowers project, but we have one step in between. So we're going to make sure it's...

Transferring photos into Aperture from the iPad and the iPhone
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Transferring photos into Aperture from the iPad and the 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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