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Weblog:   Aperture on a PowerBook, Pt. 2 - Raw Files & CS2
Subject:   RE: What camera are you using
Date:   2005-12-05 15:19:52
From:   derrick
Response to: RE: What camera are you using

Actually, I'm surprised that wanting music surprises you. I see Aperture as a full-fledged pro tool. One of the important functions for wedding and portrait photographers is the presentation of the shoot. Being able to generate a beautiful slideshow with music right out of Aperture is vital. There's an old rule in wedding photography (of which I don't personally subscribe to, but will pass on because many do): "Make em cry and they will buy." The best way to make them cry is a touching slideshow with music.
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  • David Battino photo Where Does the Music Come From?
    2005-12-05 15:54:11  David Battino | O'Reilly Blogger [View]

    This is slightly off-topic, but I’m wondering where these wedding photographers get the music that makes their customers cry. I suspect they’re using recognizable songs “borrowed” from CDs the bride supplied rather than creating original music in GarageBand/Sonicfire or using royalty-free music.... —David
    • Derrick Story photo Where Does the Music Come From?
      2005-12-06 08:33:35  Derrick Story | O'Reilly AuthorO'Reilly Blogger [View]

      Definitely using existing music from CDs they already have. Most of these folks aren't musicians :)

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