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This course covers the newest features and enhancements in Photoshop Lightroom 4, the popular photo-asset management, enhancement, and publishing program. Author and photographer Chris Orwig details the new video editing and sharing capabilities in Lightroom; its new book-layout features for creating Blurb photo books; the new Map module, to tag images with locations; and the various image editing improvements in the Develop module. Exercise files are included with the course.
The last little bit of information that I want to share with you, which I think will help you get up to speed with Lightroom 4, has to do with a new feature inside of Lightroom, and it's all about giving you tips. If you navigate to any of the modules, you can go to the Help pulldown menu, and here you can select Tips. Now each module have a different set of tips. You can click through these and this will give you some information, which is kind of helpful getting oriented to that particular module. Now you most likely want to do that with the newer modules as well, say like the Map module.
Go to the Help pulldown menu and look at those tips, and again, it will show you some different things that you can work with and just highlight some of the interface elements so that you can then begin to get familiar with that particular module. Now, of course, with the newer modules, the other thing you want to do is navigate to the Help pulldown menu and look at some of those shortcuts. Now the shortcuts which will be helpful will be the ones specific to that module, which are really brand-new and that will help you get familiar with the interface, and also with how to work a little bit more efficiently within those various modules.
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