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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.
Here I want to share with you some sites which will help you take your Lightroom skills to the next level. The first one you inside-lightroom.com, and here at this site you'll find some updated information about what's happening with Lightroom. You will also discover some presets and then a number of other sites, which may have some valuable information for you. The next site I want to highlight is created by one of my friends, Matt Laskowski, and Matt is a great guy, a really good teacher and great at Lightroom, a good photographer and whatnot. It's a Lightroom Killer Tips.
You definitely want to check this one out. The next site that I want to highlight here is lightroomsecrets.com. Here you will discover some great information about what's happening with Lightroom. You will also find some tips and tutorials. All right let's move onto the next one. This one is a lightroom-blog.com. Once again, you will find out some more information about a few different ideas in regards to what's happening with Lightroom, some updates, some new news, and then you will discover a couple of tutorials and tips, and also a few other ideas regards to how you can work with presets, some links to books, etcetera.
Now, if ever forget how to find any of these sites or if you're looking for even more, what you can always do is navigate to lightroom.alltop.com. Alltop is a great site. It's a site which collects some of the most valuable links on the Web and brings them together. And by valuable I mean most visited sites, and in this case here we can see that we can scroll through, and there are a number of different blogs and sites which focusing on Lightroom. The great thing about this is what you can do is you can view the site name, and then also some of the most recent posts and then click on a link if it seems relevant to you.
The next day on a highlight is my own personal site. It's chrisorwig.com. You can visit this one if you want to check out some of my work. You can also navigate to chrisorwig.com/flipside, and that's where I maintain my regular blog, where I post recent images and also some creative ideas and inspiration. The last site that I want to highlight is photoshopinfocus.com. Now this is a site that I put together in order to have a number of different resources at one location. It's resources for Photoshop and Lightroom and the site may look a little bit different when you visit it, because I am in the process of updating this, but there is one valuable resource here and that is the newsletter.
If you click on a Lightroom resources, what you can do is go to the section where you can fill out this information in order to subscribe to a newsletter. This newsletter I put out about three or four times a year and it's simply my way of saying, hey, this is something new or interesting or creative or inspiring. The newsletter covers the topics of Photoshop, Lightroom, creativity and photography. All right well, in closing, I hope that you find some of these sites to be helpful as you seek to improve your overall Lightroom skills.
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