RECENT POSTS IN Aperture
3 Reasons to Add a Prime Lens to Your Bag
While the some may disagree, I feel that a prime lens is probably the most useful lens in my camera bag. Here’s why.
Is f/4 The New f/2.8?
I’ve noticed a trend among quite a few of my fellow photographers of switching out their flagship f/2.8 zoom lenses and replacing them with smaller, lighter, and more inexpensive f/4 zooms.
Apple’s New ‘Photos’ App Makes Its Debut – Aperture & iPhoto Put To Rest
Apple realized iPhoto and Aperture were doing neither them nor anyone else any favors, so they’ve created ‘Photos’ which has just made its debut.
What Is The Fastest Lens Possible? How ‘Fast’ Should We Go Before It Makes No Practical Sense?
Matt Granger explores just how fast a lens is possible, in theory, and then commentary on the implications for function and practicality.
MinutePhysics Briefly Explains How Pinholes and Apertures Work
In How to See Without Glasses, Henry Reich demonstrates a technique making a pinhole with your fingers to see at greater distances; the same way we stop down a lens to increase the depth of field.
F-Stops & T-Stops? Which One Matters To You & Why
F-stops and T-stops need not be confusing, and here’s a short guide to understanding each, and how it relates to you and your photography.
New ‘Aperture Exporter’ Utility Looks To Make Transition To Lightroom Painless
When the news came down that Apple would be discontinuing its Aperture photo processing software, many users were left wondering how they would transfer all of their data over to essentially the only option in the game left, Adobe’s Lightroom.
Could This Be The Aperture Iris Of The Future?
To accomodate the rapid development and decrease in camera size for devices, this new iris could be the answer for smaller yet fully functioning cameras. But could it have an effect on the broader photography market?