Unfortunately, we have stopped publishing the Inside Aperture podcast. I'm sorry that's disappointing. Thanks for letting us know of your interest in it.
While I couldn't find another really active Aperture-focused podcast to recommend, I did find some other resources that you might be interested in:
Aperture Training Videos from Lynda.com (Some of these videos were also created by Derrick Story, who did the Inside Aperture podcast.)
Podcast Sample of Lynda.com Training Video
Aperture 2: Quick Tip Podcast (No recent episodes)
Aperture User's Network (The multimedia section has video)
The Digital Story (A photography blog and podcast from Derrick Story)
Aperture Videos from Expert Village on YouTube
I hope that some of these will be useful to you.
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At the moment, it seems that things are far to quiet with respect to Aperture.
1) Apple has not updated it in a while...
2) Many of the podcasts I was subscribed to have not had new issues all year.
3) The online community for Lightroom seems to be thriving...
Yet, I have chosen Aperture to be my DAM, etc.. I bought many books and have started to learn it. Now I plan to bring all of my old JPEG stuff and newly scanned from film, 16-bit images into Aperture and to manage new RAW images from the DSL I have not purchased yet (probably the Canon 5D Mk II).
So, one question, what happens if Apple drops Aperture, can we move all of our work to Lightroom or something else? I'm thinking that we could not and that it would be a very messy proposition... YES? I mean once we have created non-destructive enhancements and organizations and keywords... we will not want to flatten the file to a TIFF to kick it out and we will not want to lose all of the work we did making the adjustments either--right???
So, have you heard anything about Aperture? Is it still in development? Any word on a major update???