Tag Archives: Aperture 3.3

Aperture 4 – A Wish List from a Photographer

Aperture 4 needs to bring it home. Lightroom is winning more and more converts as Aperture loses the community it needs. This is happening for 4 basic reasons: Users perceive an advantage for Lightroom for Photoshop centric workflow and/or RAW processing Less advanced brush controls and sharing Smaller community and third-party development Apple’s perceived movement away from […]

Lightroom vs Aperture – All their features compared

Ever wonder what all the differences are between Lightroom 4 and Aperture 3? This article lists all the major differences and explains why you care. The differences between the two are so small, that in the end you should choose one over the other based on personal preference. (With this announcement this comparison seems a […]

3 Reasons to Leave White Balance out of Auto for Photography

Set White Balance out of auto and leave it there, here’s why… You’ll get more color accuracy, better consistency and it saves you time. There is only one reasons I can imagine to ever have White Balance in Auto. You are only taking one exposure in certain light source and don’t have a white balance card. My […]

Essence of tech and media…

Tech is for tech’s sake and creating media is for media’s sake. The beautiful thing is when your tech epiphany gives creative side a injection of something new. Here’s an example: I’m a budding professional photographer with a lot of know how trying to push my art. I know my subject (light) and my tools […]