Discover your digital photo artistry! In the latest 3 episodes, I share my approach with both Aperture and Lightroom - showing similarities and unique tools for adjustment, as they apply to a specific image - a Tuscan Vineyard in the morning light. Also check out previous episodes featuring Aperture. -- Jim Everett lives in Los Angeles - originally from Australia, Jim is a photographic artist and entertaining presenter who demystifies technology. He launched and managed the initial development of User Learning for OSX at Apple. He was a repeat guest on the G4 Tech TV Canada "The Lab With Leo Laporte" show (see episodes), is a contributor to Photo Marketing Association on digital imaging and was featured in a PMA inflight video on American Airlines. Three podcasts featured on G4 Tech TV series "Torrent". Jim's prints were included in in an exhibition at LAX and Ontario International, "Distinctive Artists of Southern California". View photo work and artistry at http://jimeverettphotography.com, and http://flickr.com/photos/jimgeverett
September 30th, 2009
Episode 18 of 23 episodes
Why, when and how to add drama and appeal to selected images, using Aperture's vignette tool and adjustments panel. Draws on a photo shoot I did with friends around Boulder Creek, in California's Santa Cruz Mountains. This was in 2006, after a rainy season, and the whole forest was green, wet and mossy.
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