There are three major ways to add geolocation information to your photos in Aperture.
The best of hardware and software combinations provide an integrated environment for more efficient field work.
How to use Aperture to create alluring photos of friends and family.
Whether you're taking a self-portrait, or a photo of a family member or furry friend, these smart tips guarantee you'll put the best face forward.
Printing photos for display doesn't have to be complicated. These basic steps will have your masterpiece framed for admiring eyes in a jiffy.
You don't need to crack open your laptop to tweet out high-quality photos.
Lightroom 5 is a practical, finely crafted version of Adobe’s excellent photo management application. Upgrading is a no-brainer.
Learn how to supercharge your Aperture workflow with these handy tips.
Using protective lenses on your interchangeable lens camera is a no-brainer, so we offer some hints on how to shop for them.
A new lens is energizing. Photographers tend to like their camera bodies, but love their lenses.
Basic adjustments in Aperture 3.4 will clean up 90 percent of your images.
Getting your images into Aperture is easy; getting them out is easy too, just not as intuitive. Derrick Story walks you through the steps for moving both original and edited photos out of Aperture.
Simply going with the glass made by the camera body manufacturer might feel safe. But there are many tempting optics out there.
There are a plethora of photographic delights at this year's Photokina show in Germany. Derrick Story is out there stalking the floor.
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