We've discovered that many photographers are still using Aperture with its default settings. This is fine, of course, but one of Aperture's strengths is the ability to create a workspace customized to the specific needs and tastes of the person using it.
In this edition of "Inside Aperture," Joe Schorr, Apple Senior Product Manager, provides a bounty of tips for customizing the user interface. You may want to have Aperture running as you listen so you can see how cool these adjustments look, and then pick the ones right for you. Derrick Story interviews Joe in this exclusive O'Reilly Media podcast. (Inside Aperture, March 15, 2007: 22 minutes, 18 seconds).
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Derrick Story is the author of The Photoshop CS4 Companion for Photographers, The Digital Photography Companion, and Digital Photography Hacks, and coauthor of iPhoto: The Missing Manual, with David Pogue. You can follow him on Twitter or visit www.thedigitalstory.com.
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