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Apple Aperture 3 by Nik Rawlinson, Ken McMahon

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CHAPTER 3  
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Managing Your Images

Adding Images to Your Library

There are two primary ways to get your images into Aperture – either directly from your camera or memory card, or from an attached drive or folder on your Mac. We will cover cameras and memory cards here, and move on to internal and external drives in the following section.

Whatever your source, photos are always added to the Aperture Library using the Import dialog. This may appear automatically when you connect your camera – if you have Mac OS X set to do that – but if not, it can be activated using the Import button on the toolbar.

The setting that controls whether or not it ...

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