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In Photoshop Lightroom 3 Advanced Techniques, photographer Chris Orwig shows how to master the subtleties of Lightroom 3 and maximize its efficiency. The course begins with an in-depth exploration of Lightroom catalogs to keep track of photos, collections, keywords, stacks, and more. Along the way, Chris shows how to integrate Bridge and Photoshop in the Lightroom workflow and shares advanced techniques, including image editing with the adjustment brush, automating actions, using plug-ins and extensions, exporting to email or an FTP server, and more. Exercise files are included with the course.
Welcome back, and congratulations on making it through this training title, and you know, I mean that. This course, in a sense, is unique; it's one of a kind. There's a lot of training out there in regards to the essentials or the foundations, but here we dug into some unique, advanced techniques. We covered a lot of ground--everything from catalogs to custom watermarks, from automation to speed tips. And by going through all of this content, by learning this content, it's going to give you a distinct and unique, creative and competitive edge. Here's one of the things we have to think about with all of this.
Photography is about more than taking a picture. It's that whole process about capturing the image and also working on it in post-production. And by learning about how to do all of this, it not only makes us better photographers, it makes us more creative, makes us more whole, makes us more alive, so that ultimately, we can create and capture more interesting and more engaging pictures.
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