What bath process do you do immediately upon import in Aperture?

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qwerty11 New Member • Posts: 13
What bath process do you do immediately upon import in Aperture?

I've seen some people do a bath process immediately upon import regardless of the type of picture, scene, etc. I was wondering what everyone uses?

webfrasse Veteran Member • Posts: 3,858
Re: What bath process do you do immediately upon import in Aperture?

qwerty11 wrote:

I've seen some people do a bath process immediately upon import regardless of the type of picture, scene, etc. I was wondering what everyone uses?

Rename (including original file) and add IPCT data.

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Keywording, if relevant

For example, if the entire import batch was from a single session or location I'll get those keywords in at this point.

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Re: Keywording, if relevant

Possibly add an adjustment preset.  Also, split images into separate "Projects" if necessary.

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qwerty11 wrote:

I've seen some people do a bath process immediately upon import regardless of the type of picture, scene, etc. I was wondering what everyone uses?

Bath process? Well, first I put it in a running-water rinse tank for 30 minutes to remove all the fixer...

After that, for indoor event work, I'll batch apply IPTC info, 0.25 Recovery, 0.15 Definition, default Edge sharpening, and 20/20/5 Highlight & Shadow. But then I go through them all and individually tweak.

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Re: What bath process do you do immediately upon import in Aperture?

I use the Bubble Bath preset...

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