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Apple Aperture Tip | Moving to the Right

Tutorial, ApertureNathan

Wanted to share a quick tip for speeding up your workflow in Apple's Aperture application. Aperture is a image managment and editing app on the Mac and is what I use on a daily basis to get about 95% of my images edited. I found over time that I liked to import things into Aperture from the dektop rather then using the import option. Mainly these would be photos that were giving to me from friends and family, screenshots, or off of CDs and thumbdrives. In any case I found that I preferd the inspector palette in Aperture to be on the right side. The video below will show how I changed that option and a little more information on why.

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