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Good Aperture Tutorial Book


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Anyone recommend a good Aperture Tutorial Book. I new to Digital Photograhy and saw that alot of people on this forum are using Aperture. I downloaded the free trial but there are so many tools and options that I probably need a book to sit down and read on this. Any advice will be helpful.
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Anyone recommend a good Aperture Tutorial Book. I new to Digital Photograhy and saw that alot of people on this forum are using Aperture. I downloaded the free trial but there are so many tools and options that I probably need a book to sit down and read on this. Any advice will be helpful.
I can't personally recommend any books, but as someone who has only been using Aperture for a week (in fact, that's also how long I've been using my first ever Mac), I can tell you it grows on you pretty fast. Make sure you watch Apple's quick tour videos.

It's important to take things one step at a time. Aperture is pretty powerful and has tons of features, but you don't need all of them at once. Start with the basics and work your way from there. If you're a quick study and not shy of a paradigm shift here and there, you should feel at home in Aperture fairly quickly.
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I use Apple Pro Training Series: Aperture 1.5 as a good reference book. You can either read it cover to cover or just use it as a reference.

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