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Apple modified the algorithms it uses in Aperture 3 for better noise processing, sharpening, and highlight recovery with RAW files. However, anytime algorithms change, the appearance of images you ve already processed may change when you update them to the new algorithms. Apple realizes that even though the new algorithms enable you to perform some great new functions including selectively brushing adjustments in or out, you may not want the appearance of all your images to change when you upgrade to Aperture 3. Therefore when you upgrade your Aperture or Aperture 2 libraries, the images use their original algorithms by default, so that their appearance remains the same. You then have the option to upgrade images one at a time, or to update groups of images, projects, or the entire library. Of course, all new images that you import into your Aperture 3 library automatically use the new algorithms.
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If the image has already been reprocessed or was imported new into Aperture 3, the Reprocess Master option will not appear in the Adjustments panel.
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To upgrade a single image from an older library that you converted to an Aperture 3 library, choose the image and choose the Adjustments panel, as shown in Figure 6.1, then click Reprocess. To reprocess a selection of images or an entire project, album, book, slide show, and so on, do the following:
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Select the images or project, album, book, slide show, and so forth, that you want to reprocess.
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6.1 If an image was processed using an earlier version of Aperture, the Reprocess option will appear in the Adjustments panel.
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Choose Photos Reprocess Masters. A new dialog appears, as shown in Figure 6.2
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In the new dialog, specify whether to reprocess all the images or only those with or without adjustments, and whether you want to create a new version for each image or just reprocess the original version.
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Click Reprocess Photos.
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6.2 Specify the criteria to use while reprocessing images including whether to create a new reprocessed version while retaining the original version.
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You can opt to reprocess the entire library by following the same steps just described but choosing Photos in the Library Inspector initially. Reprocessing images takes time, so the more images you select to reprocess at once, the longer it will take. We find it more efficient to reprocess images on an as-needed
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With digital images, there s just no excuse to show pictures with a crooked horizon. Whether you re handholding or carefully composing a shot on a tripod, it s all too easy to accidentally hold the camera at an angle. Then when anyone looks at your photos, the first thing they notice is the tilt rather than the subject you want them to see. Fortunately, it s easy to fix crooked images in Aperture. To straighten an image, follow these steps:
Click the Straighten tool from the group of tools beneath the Viewer, as shown in Figure 6.3, or press G to use the keyboard shortcut. The cursor changes to a double triangle.
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Selection button Rotate button Lift Metadata and Adjustments button
Red Eye button Crop button Straighten button
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6.3 Use the Straighten tool to quickly correct tilted horizons.
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Click on the image. A yellow grid appears superimposed over your image. Drag the cursor to rotate the image using the yellow grid as a guide to align any vertical or horizontal items. Aperture simultaneously straightens the image and crops it.
Cropping Images
Sometimes you need to crop an image, whether to remove distracting items around the edges, to help emphasize the subject, or because you need to output the image at a specific aspect ratio that s different from the one your camera uses. Aperture enables you to crop images while maintaining the same aspect ratio your camera uses, to apply other preset crop sizes, or to create a custom crop. To crop an image, follow these steps: