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Mastering Apple Aperture by Thomas Fitzgerald

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Exporting to Facebook and Flickr

If you are a social media user, you may use one or both of these two popular networks. Aperture has built-in sharing options for both of these services. You can share your images directly to Flickr and Facebook from the share menu in the Aperture toolbar. This allows you to create a new album (or "Photo Set", to use Flickr's terminology) and set the size of the images you want to export, as well as set some privacy options.

However, there are a few issues with using these sharing functions within Aperture. For a start, the options are very limited. You only have limited control over how images are scaled, and you cannot add a watermark. On Facebook, you can't send media to a Facebook page. But if you're using Facebook ...

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