Aperture

Aperture in action.

Professional photographers discuss how Aperture is changing the way they work.

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Chase Jarvis Enhancing the moment

Chase Jarvis Enhancing the moment

For his personal project, Songs for Eating and Drinking, commercial photographer Chase Jarvis photographs musicians as they perform, then turns his images into stunning portraits using the new image enhancement tools in Aperture 3.

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Jim Richardson Connecting pictures with places

Jim Richardson Connecting pictures with places

National Geographic photographer Jim Richardson travels the world, capturing a region’s geography and culture. Yet he can easily connect the places he’s been with the pictures he’s taken. See how he does it using the new geo-tagging feature in Places.

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Bill Frakes Completing the story

Bill Frakes Completing the story

Sports Illustrated photographer Bill Frakes regularly heads to the flatlands of America to document life in Nebraska. He captures people’s everyday lives in still photos and motion picture, then creates a multimedia slideshow in Aperture 3 to tell his story.

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Doug Menuez Real-world workflow

Doug Menuez Real-world workflow

For his documentary project Wisdom of New York, photographer Doug Menuez travels from shoot to shoot, managing multiple image libraries along the way. The new tracking and syncing features in Aperture 3 help him work while on the road.

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