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Chris Majoroff

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  • Main editing computer
    Mac desktop
  • Editing software
    Photoshop
  • Monitor Calibrator
    X-Rite
  • Cameras, lenses and other photographic equipment
    Nikon D610, 24-70 2.8 tamron lens, 50 1.8 Nikon, 16-35 nikon lens, 35 1.4 Sigma Art lens, Olympus 0m-d 5 Mk11, 12-40 2.8 pro lens, 40-150 lens

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  1. so this is something i have to purchase? i started on it and it got to 500mb and then said i have to pay for it?
  2. sorry but where do i find a clean up program? i have never used one and have no clues
  3. thanks for your help, we are going into town today so i will make the bulb a priority so i can calibrate properly i haven't got far with bridge yet as we are away a lot lately.
  4. i haven't done much lately but had a session planned today that has canceled due to their illness but i have it in 2 weeks now so something to look forward to. will a clean up program take away anything i may want that i haven't used like i have brought things like workshops and i haven't got to them yet and actions? i have started on getting rid of lots of the junk on my desktop. i am waiting on getting the right light bulb to do my calibration. the reason i still have safari is i am too scared to update as last update, it took away my ability to add any photos to aperture and since that was all i knew it was a pain. i got around it by not updating my laptop and adding the photos to the hard drive i keep my aperture library on. long winded but there is so much i don't understand. i am also old, we don't understand computers as well as young people lol.
  5. I have a Mac desktop running safari and Photoshop CC. It is over 2 years old, and has 8GB of RAM. Its hard drive has 375GB free out of 999GB. The last time I shut down was last night. I have never run a cleanup program. sorry i have been away again. happens a lot as i have in laws with health issues
  6. ok, thanks. i do that so i can find them. i will clean it up
  7. for my laptop i have saved them in a folder on a hard drive, the whole aperture library. a guy from apple did it for me. i also have another library on my desktop but when i want to open a photo thats how i do it. i have saved some in my pictures and i can open them in bridge from there. just wasnt sure how to save around 60,000 photos and not lose the edits. i need a lunch break and brain break. back soon and thanks for any help you can give me
  8. yes, i have got that far on both home and laptop computers and mobile app now. i am reading through the beginning set up stuff now
  9. hi, i have only really edited on Aperture since learning computers a few years ago and know nothing much else. my friend said i have to learn bridge so here i am. my question is, all my photos are saved in Aperture so if i get rid of that, where and how do i save all my photos, including the edits which are in Aperture? thanks
  10. hi, brand new to this and have yet to work it all out so hello. hopefully i won't drive you nuts with questions
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