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By Ellen Anon; Josh Anon;

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Right above the top of the scroll bar in the importer’s Image view is a scrolling acceleration control that you can use when you are trying to look at a large number of images. If you grab this control and move it up or down, Aperture will scroll in that direction. The farther you drag the control from the center, the faster Aperture will scroll through your images. Stacking Images in the Import Window CHAPTER 2: I M P O RT I N G A N D O R G A N I Z I N G Y O U R I M A G E S ■ 32 The Import window has controls to manually and automatically stack images.

That way you can convert it using a different RAW converter if you want. You can open an image quickly in your external editor by pressing ~+Shift+O or by choosing Image > Open With External Editor. Aperture automatically makes a new version of the image for you. Unlike the New Version From Master command, the version created with this command is tied to a new master image file, either a TIFF or PSD file, depending on your preferences, with all of your enhancements applied. qxd 6/8/06 9:21 AM Page 21 Aperture’s internal list of changes; they can work only with a new image file with the changes applied.

3, grouped under the project within the album. You can also create folders within each project to contain your albums and other files, such as web galleries, associated with your images. You create folders by selecting File > New Folder (~+Shift+N). To put items into the folder, drag and drop albums and files into the folder. Note: Unlike an album, a folder cannot contain images, and unlike a folder, an album cannot contain non-image files. Note: You can also make an empty album by selecting the project you want the album to be in, clicking the + button next to the All Projects text, and choosing New Empty Album.

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