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Hey welcome. You know for me there is nothing like getting out in the mountains. It's a beautiful misty morning. There're wildflowers everywhere. And there's something about the fresh air, which just compels you to take a deep breath and really absorb it all. You know, there's something magical about photography, something special about it. I love what Marc Riboud once said. He said, "Photography is about savoring life at 1/100 of a second." Somehow we get more out of life when we take pictures. And even what I hear is that a lot of people are passionate about the active photography, whether in the studio or in the great outdoors.
They love getting out there. They love doing photography. But then they get back to their computer work. They feel like they're chained to their computer, like it's weighing them down. What's the remedy to that problem? Well, you have to see what it is for yourself. But what I've discovered is that it's Lightroom, because Lightroom is a tool which helps us to be more efficient, more effective, but ultimately more creative. It not only frees us and liberates us, but it also empowers us. What I've found is that it empowers us to create more compelling and engaging photographs and perhaps even more importantly, it empowers us to enjoy the overall process.
So here's what I encourage you to do. Dig into Lightroom and find out for yourself, because I think you'll discover as I've discovered that it's one of these profound and quite amazing tools that can really change and improve and give a boost your overall photographic workflow.
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