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In Photoshop Lightroom 3 Essential Training, author Chris Orwig provides a comprehensive look at Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3, the popular photo-asset management, enhancement, and publishing program. The course covers indispensable techniques such as importing, processing, and organizing images in the Library, correcting and adjusting images in the Develop module, and creating slideshows, web galleries, and print picture packages. In addition to exploring all of Lightroom 3's capabilities, this course is rich with creative tips and expert advice on photographic workflow. Exercise files accompany the course.
Hey, welcome to another creative photographic tip! I love learning new things about photography. It's exhilarating to make new discoveries, and to grow and to change. And as a teacher, it's really exciting to interact with those students that share that same passion and vigor for learning. They just want to absorb it all. But at the same time, it's really easy to become oversaturated, kind of like that sponge which just can't absorb any more water. Eyes glaze over, we read, we listen, we watch, but we don't really learn.
Now, if that's you, maybe what you need to do is stop learning. Maybe what you need isn't more information; it's more experience. If you're numbed out by reading blogs or reading books, or even watching these movies, maybe what you need to do is to take a break. You need to get out there and experience and take action. What you can do is really squeeze all of the water of the sponge. Then after you've done that, you can come back to the table. You can come back to that learning environment, and absorb so much more.
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