Importing from iPhoto or Aperture


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Importing from iPhoto or Aperture

One of the limitations of the previous versions of Lightroom was that it didn't allow us to import pictures from other applications like iPhoto or Aperture. Well now that's changed and what I want to do here is demo how we can import photographs from application, say, like iPhoto. So, first what I am going to do is minimize the Lightroom interface, just so we can take a look at a couple of other elements. Well, here on my Desktop, you'll notice that I have copied over my iPhoto library. Now typically, you'll find this in the Pictures folder.

You can do a couple of searches in order to find where your iPhoto or Aperture library is stored, but basically, you want to find that. I am just going to double-click this in order to open up iPhoto just to illustrate what I have here. These are a number of different photographs that I capture of some family friends of ours down at a local beach at sunset. And I have these photographs inside of iPhoto which is great, but I actually wan...

Importing from iPhoto or Aperture
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Importing from iPhoto or Aperture provides you with in-depth training on Photography. Taught by Chris Orwig as part of the Lightroom 4 Essentials: 01 Organizing and Sharing with the Library Module

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Photography
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Lightroom
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