August 16, 2010 / Contests
I'm thrilled to give you a free Apple Pro Training Series: Aperture 3 Book!
Aperture 3 is a powerful, indispensable tool for photographers who want to take their body of work to the next level. From its hyper-precision retouching to its advanced face-recognition archiving system, Aperture 3 is Apple’s flagship photo editing application. While Aperture might be for everybody from fashion to sports photographers, its use isn’t exactly intuitive. That’s where this Apple Pro Training Series book comes in handy. I am excited to announce that next Monday, August 23 I’m giving away this fantastic publication to–well–you!It’s a cinch. Just leave a comment below, telling me what make and model of camera you use. Can’t get enough of your Canon? Think your Nikon is nifty? Let me know! I’m curious to learn what makes you tick…and even more excited to share this Apple Pro Training Series: Aperture 3 gift with you!
I just sold my Nikon D200 and upgraded to a D700. Can’t wait to shoot with a full frame camera!
I use a d300s. I very much recommend it as a great dx camera body.
Wow…very nice! I have Nikon and have been very happy. Started with the D90 and very recently purchased the D700 as well…I’m in love!
Looking forward to seeing you in NYC in October.
i just bought the 85 1.2 Denise, and LOVE it!!!! I will post some images from my most recent shoot using this lens soon.
Speaking of gifts, it’s my big four o on Tuesday, what a fab gift indeed x
Hey Catherine, canon 1ds mk2 is in front of my thumb and under my finger. Would love to be looking out through an 85mm 1.2 L.
1D Mark IV. Beyond awesome! Love my iPhone and apps for being with me wherever I am! :D Would love this, what an awesome gift!
In case you are wondering….I love my canon 5d mII!
I have a Canon 40D to take serious pics. My carry around P/S cameras are Canon Powershot G9 and my iPhone.
I use a Nikon D300.
I use a Canon 40D and plan on updating to the 5D later this fall.
I use two – a Nikon D700 for various documentary projects (as well as when I’m chasing after two 4 year olds!) and a Leica M6 for when I want to re-connect with the slowness and magic that originally drew me to photography.
Love it Catherine, that lens is awesome. Super sharp. Looking forward to seeing the images.