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An Introduction to Color Efex Pro 4

Dave Baiocchi's picture
July 30, 2014 - 12:00pm
Aperture’s control sliders have remained mostly unchanged since the release of Aperture 3 (although the upcoming Photos app is likely to offer a significant modernization). One way to make more sophisticated adjustments to an image’s color and contrast is through the use of plugins. In this article, I will provide an introduction to Color Efex Pro 4, one of my favorites.

Recovering Lost Nik Software Presets Following "Full Nik Collection" Installation

Joseph @PhotoApps.Expert's picture
April 7, 2013 - 2:28am

I just installed the “full Nik Collection” (only $126 with the ApertureExpert discount!) and much to my chagrin noticed that a collection of recent Silver Efex Pro 2 presets I’d created were missing. This was kind of a Big Deal™ because I’m working on a gallery show, have been experimenting with settings, and really needed my history of saved attempts to go back on.

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Recovering Lost Nik Software Presets (And Others?) Following Aperture 3.4 Upgrade

Joseph @PhotoApps.Expert's picture
October 15, 2012 - 9:10pm

We recommended that you back up your 3rd party plug-in presets prior to the Aperture 3.4 upgrade, but of course many had already upgraded or never saw the notice. I don’t fully understand why, but I’ve been told it has something to do with “sandboxing” in how Aperture 3.4 (and Mountain Lion, perhaps?) handles 3rd party software or software that accesses other applications (i.e.

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