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Jul 27, 2010, 14:33 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Photo management is useless if it does not have ways to show your work to others. Export and publishing facilities are therefore crucial to the success of such an application. In this post, I examine how the two applications handle exports and publishing to public services such as picasa, smugmug or flickr, just as well as exports to personal websites or any other tool that I come across to share photos with.


"Out of the box, Aperture comes with four buttons which help to share your photos with. Those are: Email, MobileMe, Facebook and Flickr. I don't have a Facebook account nor a MobileMe account, so I tested the Email and Flickr option. Apart from those options, Aperture also offers the option of creating static websites and dynamic websites straight from one of your projects. I will focus on the exports to Flickr first (there isn't much to say about emailing photos, except that the receiver needs an exceptionally large inbox) and then discuss the second option."

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