User manual APPLE APERTURE 3.4

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[. . . ] Your rights to the software are governed by the accompanying software license agreement. The owner or authorized user of a valid copy of Aperture software may reproduce this publication for the purpose of learning to use such software. No part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted for commercial purposes, such as selling copies of this publication or for providing paid for support services. Use of the “keyboard” Apple logo (Shift-Option-K) for commercial purposes without the prior written consent of Apple may constitute trademark infringement and unfair competition in violation of federal and state laws. [. . . ] 3 Position the target area of the Loupe over a midrange color that is as close as possible to medium gray, then click. The tint (hue and saturation) of the gray values in the image is set to remove the color cast in the midtones. Chapter 16    Making Image Adjustments 347 To set the tint of the highlight values in an image 1 Select a photo. 2 If necessary, click the Tint disclosure triangle in the Enhance area of the Adjustments inspector or the Adjustments pane of the Inspector HUD to reveal the Tint color wheels, then select the White Tint eyedropper. Click the disclosure triangle to reveal the Tint color wheels. Select the White Tint eyedropper to activate the Loupe. The pointer changes to the Loupe, showing a magnified view of the target area. By default, the Loupe is set to magnify the image to 100 percent (full size). If necessary, you can increase the magnification of the Loupe by pressing Command–Shift–Plus Sign (+). For more information about the Loupe, see An Overview of the Loupe on page 89. 3 Position the target area of the Loupe over the lightest (white) pixels in the image, then click. The tint (hue and saturation) of the white values in the image is set to remove the color cast in the highlights. Important:  Make sure that there are no dark pixels in the target area of the Loupe. Dark pixels in the target area can skew the White Tint calculation, making the image look different than intended. A simple way to avoid errant dark pixels is to increase the magnification of the Loupe by pressing Command–Shift–Plus Sign (+). Chapter 16    Making Image Adjustments 348 Manually Setting the Tint in an Image You can also manually adjust the tint of the shadow, midtone, and highlight values in an image using the Black Tint, Gray Tint, and White Tint color wheels. To manually adjust the tint of the shadow, midtone, and highlight values in an image 1 Select a photo. 2 If necessary, click the Tint disclosure triangle in the Enhance area of the Adjustments inspector or the Adjustments pane of the Inspector HUD, then do the following: •• •• •• To adjust the tint of the shadows: Drag the Black point in the Black Tint color wheel. To adjust the tint of the midtones: Drag the Gray point in the Gray Tint color wheel. To adjust the tint of the highlights: Drag the White point in the White Tint color wheel. Drag the Black, Gray, and White points (white circles) to selectively adjust the tint of the photo. Click the disclosure triangle to reveal the Tint color wheels. You remove a color cast in a tonal range by dragging the point in the color wheel toward the opposite color. For example, to remove a blue cast, you drag the point in the color wheel toward yellow until the color cast is neutralized. To reset a Tint color wheel You can individually reset the Tint color wheels without affecting the other parameters in the Enhance area of the Adjustments inspector or the Adjustments pane of the Inspector HUD. mm Double-click the color wheel. Double-click a color wheel to reset it to its default value. Chapter 16    Making Image Adjustments 349 Working with the Curves Controls An Overview of the Curves Adjustment You use the Curves adjustment controls when you want to manually set the tonal values of the shadows, midtones, and highlights in an image using a tonal curve. Unlike the Levels adjustment controls, the Curves controls do not reapportion the luminance values in the image by constraining the white and black points. Instead, you use the Curves controls to precisely remap the position of the midtones relative to the white and black points. Because the human eye’s perception of light is logarithmic rather than incremental, a curve is necessary to distribute the luminance values across all tonal ranges in an image in a way that matches how the eye perceives light in nature. In addition to adjusting the tonal values of an image for overall luminance, you can also color correct an image by applying the Curves adjustment to the red, green, and blue channels independently. Applying a Curves adjustment to each color channel allows you to control the color tonality in an image. You can also have Aperture automatically identify tonal ranges in an image using the Black Point, Gray Point, and White Point eyedropper tools in the Curves adjustment controls. [. . . ] When Full Screen view is set to Viewer mode, photos are presented at high resolution over a solid-color background. See also Browser mode (Full Screen view), Full Screen view, Projects mode (Full Screen view), Viewer. viewfinder  The part of the camera designed to preview the area of the scene that will be captured by the digital image sensor. Vignette adjustment  An adjustment in Aperture designed to add a vignette effect to an image. [. . . ]

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