APTS Aperture3 Library
This lesson takes approximately 90 minutes to complete.
Adjust images in Full Screen view
Apply contrast and definition
Recover highlights and shadows
Adjust levels with the Quarter-Tone Levels controls
Convert color images to black and white
Examine versions using the compare feature
Every photographer needs to deal with the fact that the eye sees a wider range of brightness values or tones than a camera can capture. You inevitably sacrifice some part of the dynamic range when you take a picture. So, one goal of performing tonal adjustments is to retrieve as much detail from sacrificed areas as possible.
As you’ve learned, Aperture has controls to modify the exposure, ...