Teaching is something that I have always like to do. Now with the ability to record and share how-to videos from the comfort of my home it makes it that much easier. Combining my passion for photography, my love of Aperture and my fondness of teaching seems to be a good fit. I have posted a couple other videos on my site before, but I am going to try and make this a regular thing from now on.
In this video I talk about using multiples of the same adjustment and how you can use the "brush in" command for those adjustments. Aperture 3 is a very powerful application and is my primary tool for editing photos. Photoshop still has a time and a place, but with the more powerful tools and techniques included inAperture 3, it's getting harder and harder to need PS for everything. So sit back, dim the lights, grab the popcorn and enjoy the movie.
P.S. Don't forget to watch it in HD for the best quality! :)
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I enjoy making these Aperture tutorials and will continue to do so to the best of my ability. With that said, I am looking towards the future and see the need to extend and grow what I can offer. If you like the videos that I have been providing, please consider a donation to help me make them better. If you prefer not to donate that will in no way impact future tutorials.
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