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Real World Aperture by Ben Long

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Chapter Nine. Putting It All Together

Now that you’ve seen how Aperture’s tools function and how to use them to approach each part of your image organization and editing workflow, we’ll take one final look at how you can put all of these tools to work. First, though, we’re going to explore one Aperture feature that we haven’t previously covered: backup.

Performing Automatic Backup

The last part of any photography workflow should be some kind of backup and archiving process. For those of you who aren’t clear on the difference, backup is what you do while you’re working on your images so that, in the event of a crash, you can recover your work. Archiving is the process of storing your completed images.

A good backup system is one that is easy to ...

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