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Aperture Photo Frames
- (Photo frame) A picture frame is a container for a picture, such as a painting or photograph, intended to enhance it, make it easier to display, or protect it.
- (Photo Frame) Freckles photo frames are freestanding and made from padded applique fabric. Each is designed to coordinate with a different bedding theme and fit a 10 x 15cm (4 x 6”) photo or picture.
- (photo frame) A frame specifically designed for standard sized photographs, often with an easel backing.
- A space through which light passes in an optical or photographic instrument, esp. the variable opening by which light enters a camera
- An opening, hole, or gap
- a device that controls amount of light admitted
- a natural opening in something
- an man-made opening; usually small
aperture photo frames - Aperture 3:
Aperture 3: Portable Genius
Compact, fluff-free, full-color guide to getting the most out of Apple’s Aperture digital photography software
This handy Portable Genius guide is designed to help you avoid hassle, save time, and quickly learn what you need to know to use Apple’s Aperture digital photography software effectively—and have fun while you’re doing it! In a trim size that fits in your laptop bag, this practical guide gives you tips, tricks, and savvy advice on everything from navigating Aperture’s user interface to advanced RAW image processing, publishing albums on the Web, and how to create your own photo book.
Provides tips and techniques for the new or most useful features of Apple's Aperture 3 digital photography and digital manipulation program
Includes savvy advice and plenty of no-nonsense content in a hip way that is easy to access
Covers key tools and topics, including keyboard shortcuts, how to streamline workflows, advanced RAW image processing, and more
Features Genius icons throughout the book—smart or innovative ways to handle tasks and save yourself time
Learn Aperture in a fun way and get even more out of your Apple digital lifestyle with Aperture 3 Portable Genius.
I took half a dozen shots of Matt and Chris on this terrifying ride. All the shots were blurry, due to fading light and a maximum shutter speed of 1/250... but... I was so used to slow digital cameras that I didn't even expect to get the plane in frame at all, given the speed at which it whizzed past. To my surprise, despite blurring, every shot had the plane dead centre. So I've uploaded this purely as an example of one of the benefits of being fully manual. 50mm 1/250 f1.7 Kodak Tri-X 400
Cornwall Regional Art Gallery Juried Photography Exhibition, Aug. 17 - Sep. 16, Awards Night Aug. 25
went down to the gallery during my lunch hour. it was opening day, however they weren't quite ready yet. some photos not up, lighting yet to be adjusted, some tags incorrect, tools laying about etc. but still, it was nice to wander around and look at everyone's photos. they did a really nice job on the display window. some really nice works there. there's over 40 photographers, with over 70 works on display. drop by if you're in the area - 168 Pitt Street.
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Are you into photography not photomanipulation?
Frustrated that you are spending too much time in front of the screen and not enough behind the lens?
Feel like you are not getting the most out of the powerful processing functions of Apple Aperture? This straightforward, inspiring guide is aimed at photographers whose goal is to use the software to bring out the best in their photographs. Professional photographer and educator Corey Hilz leads you through a highly effective, professional's workflow with Aperture, from importing your photos from your camera and making image adjustments, to labelling each photo with metadata and keywords for effective organization and searching, and finally outputting your images for print or social media. He focuses on the vital aspects for photographers such as correcting tone and color, targeted adjustments, metadata, and managing a fast expanding library. Focus On Apple Aperture is packed with stunning photographs and screenshots to illustrate every tweak the author makes, to effortlessly teach the new or beginning user the fundamentals of the software. Users of all versions of Aperture will benefit from this book.
* No-nonsense end-to-end professional Aperture workflow for photographers who want to spend more time behind the lens, and less in front of a screen * Unique approach tailored specifically for traditional 'realistic' photography in the digital age, tells the busy photographer exactly what they need to know to get the best from their photos * Clear format with emphasis on the visual aspect throughout, in a handy, affordable, guide