1531 Views 6 Replies Latest reply: Mar 31, 2008 9:57 AM by iMacYou
Well.... after I read your email, I went back to the manual and read it over again... And god you were right... hehe It's easy once you start using it correctly.
Tks for your comment! But still I think you have more control because you really choose the way you want to clone the area but I would have liked an automatic select just like in Photoshop. But thanks to you!! I am back in love with Aperture... heheh So I have no choice, I have to go through the entire reading of the user guide... argg...
+1- I simply cannot use any of the tools to correct an image in Aperture, I tried to use Spot and Patch and retouch to correct some impecfection if a face of my portrait and nothing can solve it, it always create a blur circle...What am I doing wrong?+
If you can use the healing and clone tools in Photoshop, you can pick this up pretty fast.
+2- Plus also how come you cannot zoom in just like in every other application, what is the use of the loop which is so slow when I cannot even apply a correction in it? I have to move the loop and than try to identify where is the correction and apply it... This is very strange... am I just to used to Photoshop?+
Hover over the area you wish to see at 100% and type a "Z". It's actually one of the most efficient zoom methods I've use among the many photo apps. The loupe is most useful for quickly judging sharpness especially when you're trying to find the sharpest image from multiples of the same shot..
+3- Can I ask for a refund and buy Adobe Lightroom? Seems a lot better than Aperture for image correction and manipulation...+
No mfg I know of will accept returns on opened or pre-installed software
Here are a few links to some of the Aperture tutorial videos that may help you.
As already posted by others then returning your Aperture software package for a refund is probably not possible. Generally, the software industry provide trail versions in order to aviod returns.