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Yes, you can do it several ways. With the image selected: Pull down the Image menu, then say Duplicate 1 Photo. ⌘-D Right-click or Ctrl-click the photo, then say "Duplicate 1 photo" None of these methods make a copy of the original file on disk, a fact you can verify by subsequently saying File → Show Referenced File in Finder. No matter whether you ...


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With "LCD screen", i assume you mean your camera's screen. The better question would then be "Why can't i see the the posterization on my crappy camera LCD?" and the answer is: because it doesn't have the quality of a real monitor. Also, on the camera, you see the jpeg preview, while in Aperture you see Aperture'S rendering of the RAW file. That said, i ...


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Unfortunately, Aperture doesn't have built in automatic lens distortion- you need to buy the plugin PTLens, ~$25.


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You should buy a calibrator(x-rite or spyder are the two main brands that come to mind) and do the calibration yourself. Having it calibrated there won't necessarily do you much good. For a proper calibration you should do it right about as you want to edit those photos. And that's only after you have had your screen on for about 15-20 minutes. That's ...


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Stack by time : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IJn4BoqQPkY http://lightroomkillertips.com/10-things-aperture-users-need-to-know-about-lightroom/ You can sort by date and then create a smart collection ....


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Unfortunately color calibration is a bit of a complicated field. For best results, you will want to use a color calibration device such as a Spyder or Colormunki. These devices are somewhat pricy, but a very necessary step for getting solid color accuracy. Software that comes with the color calibration units will display various colors on your display and ...


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There is a Photoshop version made for Android and it costs. You can also use Retrica because it has a lot of cool effects and it is free. There is also an application called Pixlr made by Autodesk. It is free and very useful, professional and friendly. The last photo editing Android application is Aviary Photo Editor. It is free and very friendly. Have a ...


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To everyone who answered this question, thank you VERY MUCH. Actually, the problem lied in my monitor calibration (manual calibration - advanced settings). My husband opened the images on his laptop, and it was a perfect match (in quality) with the image which appeared on my LCD camera screen. I am so relieved, because the posterization I was seeing was ...



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