How Do You Use the New Adjustment Tools in Aperture?

Aperture 2 Box

If you’re a Mac user – a photographer who uses Aperture on the Mac – there’s an article out there that offers instructions on how to use the new adjustment tools available in Aperture 2.0.

Ellen Anon – she co-authored Aperture Exposed: The Mac Photographer’s Guide to Taming the Workflow – has posted the first of two articles that will take us through the top half of the Adjustment palette brick by brick.

In the Raw Fine Tuning brick, she tackles the 3 groups of sliders: Boost, Hue Boost and Sharpening as well as the Moire and Radius sliders.

In the Exposure brick, Ellen discusses the Recovery and Black Point sliders and the effective ways to use them.

[Via: OReilly.com]

Chris Malinao

About Chris Malinao

Chris teaches Lightroom as workflow software to photography students at the FPPF, Federation of Philippine Photographers Foundation. He also teaches smartphone photography.

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