Camera Obscura Icons for iPhoto and Aperture
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Aperture and iPhoto styled Camera Obscura icons.   Free
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Camera Obscura Icons for iPhoto and Aperture... Aperture and iPhoto styled Camera Obscura as it was used by Nicéphore Niépce. He made it first possible to preserve an image (you can call it first photograph) taken with a camera obscura in 1826 or 1827, calling it Heliography.
  • Leopard ready (512×512)
  • including 7 icons intended to replace the standard icons for Aperture or iPhoto, the Aperture Library, iPhoto Library, Aperture Vault, Aperture Projects and your picture folder
If you're interested, you can read my blog entry about the story behind this special Camera
What's New
Version 1.1: Added 4 more icons (Aperture Library, iPhoto Library, Aperture Vault, Aperture Project)
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later



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Downloads:2,145
Version Downloads:1,660
Type:Multimedia Design : Icons
License:Free
Date:08 Jun 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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Camera Obscura Icons for iPhoto and Aperture... Aperture and iPhoto styled Camera Obscura as it was used by Nicéphore Niépce. He made it first possible to preserve an image (you can call it first photograph) taken with a camera obscura in 1826 or 1827, calling it Heliography.
  • Leopard ready (512×512)
  • including 7 icons intended to replace the standard icons for Aperture or iPhoto, the Aperture Library, iPhoto Library, Aperture Vault, Aperture Projects and your picture folder
If you're interested, you can read my blog entry about the story behind this special Camera Obscura contained in these icons.


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