We’ve been hard at work and have a brand new book for you (and it’s totally free until February 14, 2016).
Are you tired of spending too much time looking for your photos? Have you over lost track of some of your photos and felt totally stressed out? While Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is a great tool to develop your photos, it also serves another important purpose keeping your images organized. But how you go about this process is pretty complex.
The new book is called Get Organized in Lightroom. In its 212 pages you’ll find practical advice and expert tips. Five experts from Photofocus: Kevin Ames, Rob Sylvan, Levi Sim, Vanelli, and Nick Minore share some of their favorite techniques to import, organize, and tag photos. They share ideas and best practices on how to keep an organized photo library.
The book is a $19.99 value, but is free until February 14, 2016 thanks to our friends at Drobo. They offer some of the best storage on the planet that’s ready for a giant photo library. In fact we’re even giving away a Drobo right here.
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To get started, take an in-depth look at the Lightroom library. Next, you’ll gain important insight to get organized. For photographers on the go, you’ll learn strategies for working with Lightroom while mobile. To get your library to a manageable size, you’ll explore important strategies on making selects. Finally, learn the secrets of top gurus to solve problems when your library grows and becomes difficult to manage. This in-depth guide is from the experts at Photofocus.com.
Rich has published over 100 courses on Lynda.com. Rich has authored several books including From Still to Motion, Understanding Photoshop, Professional Web Video, and Creating DSLR Video.
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