Currently Being ModeratedSep 6, 2013 8:40 AM (in response to Vandanga)
If the import from the EOS program is happing one at a time rather then all images shot in one session being imported at once I believe the behavior you are seeing is how Aperture will work.
That is the setting to import one project per day only applies to all images imported in a specific import session.
You can try setting the default import location to selected item and then start Aperture before the EOS utility and select the project you want the images imported into.
The other option is to have the EOS utility not import but place the images into a folder. Then when you are done shooting you can import them all at once. Of course if your viewing each shot before doing the next this won;t work for you.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 6, 2013 12:59 PM (in response to Frank Caggiano)
May be apropos: https://discussions.apple.com/message/17931160#17931160
Currently Being ModeratedSep 6, 2013 4:28 PM (in response to Kirby Krieger)
Thanks for that kirby.
Just found my copy of EOS Utility and tried this. The way the utility is sending the file to Aperture there is no way around the one new project for each shot, at least that I can see.
In order to have the imports all go into one project they have to be imported together so that's means some sort of external solution.
Automator or an Applescript should do it.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 7, 2013 1:39 AM (in response to Frank Caggiano)
I'm using EOS utility to take the picture and Aperture to check exposure and quality. I have 100 shots to take all to go in the same client project folder. This just makes hard work of it, and I will therefore have to use cannon Digital Photo Pro which does the job. Shame.
It appears to be an Aperture problem on import - it works O.K. with tether but no camera control - Apple needs to fix this as Proffesional EOS user must find it frustrating for studio work.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 7, 2013 6:55 AM (in response to Vandanga)
This is not really a problem with Aperture, it is how it works.
If anything it would be nice if the EOS Utility gave you some way to indicate what project you want to import into.
Either way if you need to use the EOS utility instead of tethering in Aperture you are stuck with this behavior.
You could try sending feedback to Apple (Aperture->Provide Aperture Feedback) requesting a change in import behavior. You could try the same with Canon.
Currently Being ModeratedSep 7, 2013 7:52 AM (in response to Vandanga)
Hi Vandanga I use to use EOS Utility when shooting food but Canon was too slow to upgrade the app to keep up with the OS 10.?.? I now shoot directly to a new Lib (per job) into AP, yes I have to get out of the chair to adjust the camera. My next move will be to get Phase One's program to control camera, curves, and profiles.! I like that AP doesnt do it all. I also like that the Art Dir do not touch AP like they do when they see Photoshop open, But I digress. So for me its plain and Simple Aperture. Good luck
Thanks for your thoughts.
I'm bang up todate with 10.8.4 and EOS Utility works just fine.
It's why I bought a D6 you get live view and when photographing illuminated lighting fittings it does the job.
I like Aperture but DPP handels the files better for shooting and does provide so useful tools. EvenLightroom is moving to thered shooting with some control but not for the D6 yet.
It's only a file handling issue with Aperture/EOS Utility.
i will provide some feedback to Apple and hope!!