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The ApertureExpert Podcast—It’s Here!

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February 25, 2011 - 8:00am

The ApertureExpert Podcast is not a traditional podcast; we’re not on a weekly schedule, nor is it an interview show. It’s simply a visual version of the tips that are posted on the main ApertureExpert Tips page (that’s this one).

These new podcasts allows you to read a tip, watch a tip, or do both—whatever suits your nature. And best of all, it’s all free!

ApertureExpert has teamed up with Rich Harrington of RHED Pixel, the former solo-producer for the Aperture 2 QuickTips podcast, the most popular Aperture podcast on iTunes. We’ve relaunched under the name ApertureExpert Tips, and we’ve moved all the existing content into the new feed. If you were a susbcriber to the old podcast, you’ll need to re-subscribe. If you’re new to it all, there’s lots of fantastic content in the feed already! The old stuff is made for Aperture 2, however much of the info still applies.

Learn more, how to subscribe, and where to watch the legacy videos, all on the new ApertureExpert Podcast page!

Apple Aperture

Great to hear,I’m going to subscribe to the podcast right now.

Fantastic idea!
I hope you’ll do an episode with some of those amazing AppleScripts you have in the store ;)
Looking forward to checking out the live session on Sunday.
Stay awesome,

Wonderful to see this podcast come back to life! Thanks again Joseph (I’m sure you helped with some kind of miracle CPR to get this going again). Subscriber from way back….

For me the Scale watermark is perfectly logical.

It asks if the watermark should be scaled with the image export scale.

If you export the image as original size the WM keep its original size.

If you scale down the image without scale WM checked the WM keeps its size,
if it’s checked it scales down or up the WM with the image.

At least that is how it seems to work for me.

Peter, would you please re-post your comment on the watermark article? I’d like to follow-up but want to keep the conversation in the right place (and I can’t move comments). The article is here.

-Joseph @ApertureExpert

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