Apple has updated Aperture 3 to version 3.2.2, which “resolves an issue that could prevent auto-imported Photo Stream images from being displayed in the library after your Photo Stream hits 1,000 images.”
The update is recommended for all Aperture 3 users.
[via Apple Support]
Apple recently released an update for Final Cut Pro X. The update addresses the following bugs: [click to continue…]
It looks like the folks over at Intelligent Assistance have figured out a way to translate FCP X projects into FCP 7 timelines. Project X₂7 is a $50 XML translator that takes your FCP X XML file and translates it into something that FCP 7 can understand. Once in FCP 7, you can then take your project to a number of different applications, including Premiere Pro, which is the gateway to Dynamic Link with After Effects and other Adobe apps.
Project X₂7 looks like a pretty solid plugin that appears to do what is asked of it. Check out the screenshots below for a comparison of FCP X to FCP 7 projects. [click to continue…]
Apple has added updates to both Aperture and iPhoto.
Aperture 3.2 supports compatibility with iCloud and iOS 5. This update also addresses minor stability, performance and compatibility issues, including: [click to continue…]
Earlier this week, Apple announced the iPhone 4S, which features a new 8MP camera (up from 5MP) and also captures 1080p HD video at 30fps. [click to continue…]
It’s something to think about all the ways Apple products are woven into photographers’ daily lives. Sure, we could all get by without a MacBook, Mac Pro, iMac, iPad, iPhone, iPod, Hipstamatic, Aperture, Final Cut, iMovie, iPhoto or any of the other numerous Apple products or apps on those products we use every day. However, it wouldn’t be near as fun.
One of the better articles I read today was Walt Mossberg’s over at All Things D. Chase Jarvis also has a funny story with a little food for thought.