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Photoshop Lightroom: From Snapshots to Great Shots (Covers Lightroom 4) 1st , Kindle Edition
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I have not read the book cover to cover but use it to dip into when I want to do something and can't quite work out how. This book works well for me using this methodology to learn light room. Plenty of screen shots help explain the text and it all works rather well.
Jeff Revell's explanations are very clear and he adds in lots of helpful advice to help you on the way. This is a good book for the beginner in Light room who wants a little handholding on the learning journey and it's not too expensive either. A good book for Lioghtroomers !
This covers Photoshop Lightroom, concentrating on the current and recently released Version 4. That does not mean that it is unusable should you be using an older version - you may have been given one free with your camera - just that some things may be done a little differently. The differences are explained. The purpose of Lightroom is to create a 'workflow' - making changes in a controlled and logical manner for the best possible results.
Intended for the less experienced photographer, probably up to and just beyond Intermediate level, it guides the reader through installing and configuring the software and then to using it. The various chapters gently guide the reader through the various processes and procedures and is extensively illustrated with screen captures of the various screens that the software will offer at different stages. Sometimes, it will show an image before and after a certain change so that you might then understand the effect of that change. However, whatever changes you may make - and they could be many or drastic - the actual image is not itself changed. The changes are reflected in a file of instructions that it can use every time you access that image. However, there is no reason why you could not then derive a different set of changes at some future date. All is explained in the book.Read more ›
I would highly recommend it, a fast read with all the bases covered in all the modules plus very good value for money. If you were just starting out with Lightroom, this and watching the Adobe on-line tutorials is probably all you would need.
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My reason for buying this book (subequently returned) was in the hope that it would enable me to discover how raw files from the Panasonic G6 could be downloaded using this soft... Read morePublished on 24 July 2013 by Barn
Really good introduction to Lightroom. Doesn't go into real detail but a great overview and already I have discovered quite a few new aspects of Lightroom I wasn't aware of. Read morePublished on 21 July 2013 by Steve A
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