Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2008/05/16

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Subject: [Leica] Aperture 2; Use Time Capsule or Other Drive for Storage - no backup?
From: rsphotoimages at (rsphoto's email)
Date: Fri May 16 22:34:03 2008
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We finally got our iMac 20-inch with Leopard.

It's our 5th Mac used for business and family as were the other 4  
(going back to the venerable little SE-20).

We made an informed decision to buy the 1 Terabit Time Capsule so we  
can be totally wireless (except my little Canon i860 which I use for  
Proof Printing - better color that our fancy new Photosmart c7250).

So now I can move my 3,000 or so images off of iPhoto on the eMac and  
bring them across to the iMac into Aperture 2.

The question:  Can I partition the Time Capsule drive, using Time  
Machine, so that the time Capsule becomes my "working drive" whenever  
I play with photos - as well as back up those files along with other  
non-photo files?  I think so, but I'm not sure.

Appreciate any ideas.

Oh, yeah, I'm nuts about the 20-inch Apple Display.

I can't even talk about Aperture 2, yet.  Any app that takes more than  
a half hour to load on a fast machine should be left alone for a  


On May 16, 2008, at 10:21 PM, Philippe AMARD wrote:

Really excellent
Model, light, pose, processing all clicks for me.
Reminds me of some hyperealist painting, or even better, Hopper?
Thanks for sharing

Eric Korenman wrote:

> Blasphemy! Not a leica shot.
> Finally getting time to get to know my CFV.
> Eric
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