You can print your photos with with Metadata annotations and print to pdf, select to add the "EXIF Info" Metadata view. For example, printing a contact sheet with EXIF:
P.S. Or if you like to try it, I posted an Automator workflow with an Apple script, that will create a textfile with metadata for selected Aperture images. Feel free to modify it and adapt it to your needs:
No problem, Robb
When you download the fiile, it will be a compressed file, PrintFullImageInfo.workflow.zip
- Double click this file to uncompress it.
- Double click the uncompressed PrintFullImageInfo.workflow to launch Automator. It will ask you, if you want to install the script, but better open it with Automator to see the contents- don't trust me! - and if you are satisfied, that it is harmless, select "Install".
The script should be installed in /Library/Services - the folder "Library" on your Macintosh HD, subfolder "Services".
To use it,
- quit and relaunch Aperture;
- select an image in the Browser,
- Go to the menu Aperture > Services > PrintFullImageInfo
and select a file to save the results.
If the Automator Workflow should look empty, when you open it - like this
then grab the upper border of the log window and pull it down to reveal the AppleScript.