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iOS 5.1 Update Adds Photo Stream Delete

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March 8, 2012 - 1:54am

If you are a Photo Stream user, you have probably felt the frustration of not being able to delete a single photo from your Photo Stream without resetting the entire thing. Whether it’s an accidental picture of the floor or an embarrassing shot from last night’s party, it was frustrating to see your 1,000 image Photo Stream clogged with photos you don’t want to see.

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ApertureExpert Live Training Session 016: Edge Sharpen, Chromatic Aberration & Color Monochrome

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March 7, 2012 - 2:29am

This was a GREAT session, where you the users chose what the topics would be so we could finish off Adjustments and get ready for something else!

The topics you picked were Edge Sharpen, Chromatic Aberration and Color Monochrome. I think this session came out really, really well and I’m super excited to share it with you. It also ran long so we’re looking at another solid hour in this one.

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ApertureExpert Live Training Session 016: Adjustments; you tell me!

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March 3, 2012 - 12:59am

I’ve just scheduled Session 016, where I’d like to wrap up adjustments. Thing is, what to talk about? There are many more, but most are minor and I’d rather not spend three more sessions covering these. So this is your chance to dictate what will be discussed!

[form closed] you can tell me what you want to learn and how you’d like to see it — even submit your own photo for me to work with.

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Adjustments; Retouching

Live Training Session 014

This is the sixth video in a long series about Adjustments in Aperture 3, exclusively about the Retouching tool.

Duration: 00:55 hr
$2.00
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Double Raw Processing?

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February 11, 2012 - 5:53pm

A user posted a question in the forums about a technique called “double raw processing”. Admittedly I had never heard of it and first said “erm, that’s not possible”, but then on googling it I discovered what the term actually means. (It’s a method of combining two versions of an image that have been processed differently from the RAW file, almost like an HDR technique).

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