Aperture Exposed: The Mac Photographers Guide to Taming the Workflowby Ellen Anon, Josh Anon
Aperture Exposed provides a comprehensive yet easy-to-read guide for taking advantage of the new power and abilities provided by Aperture. The book takes an unfamiliar interface and feature set and makes it logical and intuitive so that Aperture quickly feels like an old friend. Aperture Exposed is visual and easy to understand yet comprehensive; readers will
Aperture Exposed provides a comprehensive yet easy-to-read guide for taking advantage of the new power and abilities provided by Aperture. The book takes an unfamiliar interface and feature set and makes it logical and intuitive so that Aperture quickly feels like an old friend. Aperture Exposed is visual and easy to understand yet comprehensive; readers will immediately see that it was written by photographers for photographers, without all the entry-level clutter found in most books that try to please everyone. It's completely organized to follow a professional workflow.
Ellen Anon is an Apple Certified Trainer in Aperture and a renowned photo workshop instructor; she teaches thousands of photographers every year how to shoot, organize, and edit their images in person and through her writing. Photographer Josh Anon applies his experience in Mac OS X photo software engineering to reveal Aperture's secrets, from time-saving tips to advanced workflow customization advice.
Aperture Exposed is the best coverage available of what working pros need to know, including the 1.0.1 and 1.1 updates. And now, Ellen and Josh have made available a report on "What's New in Aperture 1.5", a companion to the book for users of the latest version; download the free booklet from www.sunbearphoto.com.
With a foreword by master photographer Charles Glatzer, Aperture Exposed is the photographer's authority on Apple's workflow solution.
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Meet the Author
Ellen Anon, Ph.D. (Erie, PA) is an Apple Certified Trainer in Aperture. She has been a freelance photographer for more than a decade, leading and co-leading a variety of Photoshop workshops and seminars on her own as well as with renowned photographers such as Arthur Morris and Joe and Mary Ann McDonald. Her images have been in many gallery shows and are in collections on several continents, as well as being used in calendars, books, and more. Ellen has written extensively on digital photography, including magazine features, book chapters, and coauthoring Photoshop for Nature Photographers with Tim Grey (Sybex, 2005).
Josh Anon (Moraga, CA) has been a nature photographer for 10 years. His work is represented by EcoStock in Seattle and has appeared in a variety of media. Josh is a technical director at Pixar Animation Studios, where he works on cinematography and has contributed to Mac and Linux development and rendering and model optimization. When not he's photographing in locations from the Great Barrier Reef to Chicago's Michigan Avenue, he teaches photography classes and also writes software for Lightbox Software.
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