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In this installment of the Photoshop Lightroom 4 Essentials series, author and teacher Chris Orwig guides photographers through the process of improving images with creative color, sharpening, and other effects in the Lightroom Develop module. The course covers each of the tools and features in the Develop module, and shows how to perform basic adjustments, such as exposure enhancement; how to improve image quality through noise reduction and clarity adjustments; how to apply creative effects, such as split toning and vignettes; and how to perform advanced tasks, such as correcting for lens distortion. Exercise files are included with the course.
If you're a Premium Member to the lynda .com Online Training Library, or if you are watching this movie on a disc, you have access to the exercise files. You will find the Exercise Files folder, and if you double-click it, and open it up, you will notice that the exercise files are organized into folders. There will be some subfolders, which will describe to you what files you will find in those various folders. Now, later in the course, I will actually talk about how we can import these files into Lightroom. Yet, for now, all that I wanted to do was just to highlight these exercise files, let you know they are there, and also talk to you a little bit about how they are organized.
Now, if you don't have access to the exercise files, no big deal. You can always simply follow along, or of course, you can always use your own files. All right! Well, on that note, let's begin.
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