Aperture Exposed: The Mac Photographer's Guide to Taming by Ellen Anon; Josh Anon;

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Unlike physical slides, photos within Aperture can exist in multiple albums. That way, if you have a slide that falls into multiple categories, you can put the slide into each category. For instance, on a multiday shoot, you might first organize your photos into albums depending on when you took the photo. ” Then, you could make an album named “Yosemite Best” and pick out and copy your top images into that album so that you could quickly show people your best images. Then, you might make another album named “Yosemite Wildlife” that you’d copy wildlife images into so that if your stock agency wanted a picture of a deer in front of Half Dome, you could quickly look in one album rather than sort through all of your albums to find the image that the agency wanted.

The buttons along the bottom will let you close or expand all stacks and manually edit the image groupings (splitting or joining images) in each stack. After importing, you can also manually add and remove images from a stack, and you can expand them to view specific images within the stack, and more. By stacking related images, finding your best images for a given pose/subject is easy. For instance, the storage card with your bear photos would have a burst of photos, a pause, and another burst of photos.

Other images can be rated from one to five stars or left unrated. However, metadata goes beyond rating and exposure. Aperture allows you to tag each image with keywords. 5) by pressing Shift+H or by choosing Window > Show Keywords HUD. This display contains a hierarchical listing of keywords that you can drag and drop onto images. You can also add your own keywords, reorganize them, and drag and drop groups of them onto images. 6, appear at the bottom of the main window in the control bar. You can use them to apply groups of keywords with one click.

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