Professional Photography Workflow with Aperture – Bonus
- How to use Aperture's tools to organize your photos and other digital assets
- How to create a great workflow environment with your storage and backup strategies
- How to create presets that do most of the work for you as you import your photos
- How to make the most of metadata to find the images you want
- Learn how to build an effective, reusable library
- BONUS VIDEO: Nearly an hour of video training in 1080p resolution to demonstrate the concepts in the eBook
Is your photography workflow saving your time or wasting it? Can you find the images you want quickly or do you search through thousands looking for the right one? Professional Photography Workflow with Aperture gives you a fast, efficient and easy way to organize your photographs, audio and video by breaking down complex issues into simple decisions that anyone can master.
It all starts with preparing your volumes to have a working space for your digital media, laying the foundation to support your workflow by having resources for import, storage and archival. Using this simple strategy not only helps you organize your photos, but it also protects them in case of loss or damage to your system.
A good workflow should work the way the human mind works. Instead of creating an endless array of folders, I’ll show you how to use color to quickly scan your photographs and identify the ones in each stage of your workflow. Working with multiple computers or different users using the same photos becomes as simple as pouring water from a pitcher to a glass.This eBook doesn’t just show you what tools exist in Aperture. You’ll learn how to use these tools as part of a comprehensive workflow that you can build to simplify your workflow, yet remain flexible enough to use any criteria you want to organize and retrieve your photos.
I’ve spent years creating data systems and I’ll show you how to implement a simple process that breaks down complex decisions into simple choices. Best of all, you aren’t using my criteria to make those choices – you decide what’s most important.