Chapter 4. Image Adjustment Basics


This lesson takes approximately 75 minutes to complete.


Use the Rotate, Straighten, and Crop tools to frame images


Automatically adjust an image’s exposure and luminance level


Use the Spot & Patch tool to remove sensor dust


Copy adjustments from one image to another using the Lift and Stamp tools


After you have imported digital master files to your hard disk, you can make adjustments to them. For example, you can change their exposure, contrast, or saturation, or you can crop, straighten, or rotate them. When you make adjustments to an image, Aperture creates a “version” of the master file that includes your adjustments and embedded information; Aperture leaves the master file ...

Get Apple Pro Training Series: Aperture now with the O’Reilly learning platform.

O’Reilly members experience live online training, plus books, videos, and digital content from nearly 200 publishers.