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I thought it would be helpful to share with you a few other places that you can go to find some more resources that will further your knowledge about Lightroom. Now this first site is photoshopinfocus. com, and this is a small Web site that I put together in order to include some information about Photoshop and Lightroom. What you may find interesting is clicking to the area for the Lightroom Resources. Now by the time you visit this site, it will hopefully be updated and at least you'll find this particular location where you can subscribe to a newsletter and I put out a newsletter a handful of times a year.
It's probably about five or six, and in that newsletter I include information about Photoshop and Lightroom and creativity and photography and it's all about expanding who you are, how you see, and ultimately what you create. A couple of other areas you may want to click are the links to other information. There's some stuff on shortcuts and tutorials and a few other things as well. The final Web site that I want to pull out just for fun is my site, chrisorwig.com, and here if you're curious you can check out my portfolio and photography, also you can navigate to my blog, or you can find some information about the current things that I'm doing as well as conferences and workshops, and also how you can keep in touch by way of Facebook and Twitter and other things like that. All right.
Well, I hope that those sites are helpful for you.
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