Tag Archives: Aperture

Edge Sharpening in Aperture

California Quail on Post by Gary Hamburgh - All Rights Reserved

California Quail on Post by Gary Hamburgh - All Rights Reserved

The above photo of a California Quail was taken at Whitman Mission near Walla Walla, Washington which is located just south of the Palouse region. I find many species of birds at the Mission especially in the early morning hours.

I came across this excellent article “A Basic Primer On Aperture Edge Sharpening” by Scott Bourne which I thought you might enjoy as well as answer some questions.

It is always best to get your image as sharp as you can in camera, but at times an additional tweak can be helpful.

Tips for Aperture Users

Morning Light at the Barn by Gary Hamburgh - All Rights Reserved

Morning Light at the Barn by Gary Hamburgh - All Rights Reserved

I use Aperture in my workflow to manage my images. In a recent article by Scott Bourne three useful tips are given that I use on a regular basis as I work with images. Take a look at Photofocus and add some valuable tools to you workflow in Aperture.