Badge overlays overview
When you apply adjustments, keywords, or other changes to a photo, Aperture marks the photo with a badge overlay. Badges can appear on photos in the Viewer, the Browser, and the Light Table, in book pages and webpages, and in full-screen view.
The following table shows badges that appear on photos in Aperture.
One or more adjustments have been applied to the photo.
One or more keywords have been applied to the photo.
Photos are contained in a stack. The number indicates the number of photos in the stack.
The photo has been edited with an external editor, and is therefore represented by the original created when the file was exported to the external editor.
The photo is an album’s pick photo, the identifying photo for that album, webpage album, web journal album, Light Table album, slideshow album, or book album.
Because of low image resolution, the photo’s print quality may be affected. This badge appears on photos placed in book pages and webpages.
The number indicates the number of times the photo has been used in a given book, web journal, or Light Table arrangement.
The photo is a referenced image.
The referenced image’s original is offline.
The referenced image’s original has not been found.
The photo was downloaded from My Photo Stream or a shared photo stream, or imported from a Facebook album, Flickr set, or SmugMug gallery online.
A location has been assigned to the photo.
The photo has an audio file attached.
The thumbnail image represents a video clip.
The photo is part of a RAW + JPEG image pair, and this photo’s original is the RAW file.
The photo is part of a RAW + JPEG image pair, and this photo’s original is the JPEG file.