10.6.3 is out, how does it affect Aperture 3?

10.6.3 is out, how does it affect Aperture 3?

Apple just released 10.6.3 this morning, and I’ve noticed a few improvements using aperture 3… Have you noticed improvements? If you’ve noticed any improvements, I’d love to hear what’s working better for you.

Is “Culling” Video in Aperture an HDSLR shooters Dream?

Is “Culling” Video in Aperture an HDSLR shooters Dream?

When I’m not shooting weddings, I’m usually working with my brother Joel (partner in crime for BergsmaVisuals) on short video and film projects that fall under the category of “commercialized storytelling.” Regardless of how you feel about the merger of still and video in the new generation of cameras, it is no secret that Canon has completely changed the industry for guys like me. The Aperture team has embraced this shift in the market in more ways than I think people realize, and I’d like to share some insights into what this means for a shooter who is constantly juggling between stills and video in my post workflow.

In the Queue, what’s important to you?

I’ve got a few things in the works, but I’ve been a little overwhelmed with the work load of helping others in the community get through library upgrade issues. In the interim, I have a few posts/tutorials I’ve been working on and would welcome any “votes” in the comments as to which is the most important to you?

Aperture 3 Extra Large Book Review

Aperture 3 Extra Large Book Review

Hot of the press, an aperture 3 extra large book from a recent wedding. The size and quality of these pages is well beyond my expectations… Read the full review for pictures and a summary of what to expect from the end result.

The “cases for faces” in Aperture 3

The “cases for faces” in Aperture 3

The addition of “faces” to aperture 3 has been a controversial subject in the professional community. Many photographers view faces as primarily a “consumer-oriented” feature, and would much rather have Apple focus their time on improving other areas of the application. However for some pros – (event shooters I’m talking to you) – this feature could be a huge driver to your current business…