Apple Aperture Review Color Adjustments
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Software version 1.5
Written by Bas de Meijer - Page 11/13
Apple Aperture Review
Apple Aperture - Color Adjustments
One of the new additions to Aperture 1.5 are the Color adjustments. This reminds you of the Hue/Saturation in Photoshop. Choose a colour that you want to adjust and you can then accurately adjust the tone, saturation and clarity. You can say how broad the area must be with the range slider. Of course, you can adjust several colours separately. You can save adjustments in a preset so that you don't have to set all the adjustments again every time. You can use the Lift and Stamp tool and just copy the changes to another photo. It really works very simply. New to version 1.5 is that you can now copy the crop and the straightening of the horizon.
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