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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.
If you're a Premium member to the lynda.com Online Training Library or if you're watching these movies on a disk, you have access to the Exercise Files. Once you've located the exercise files folder, you can double-click it in order to open it up, and here you'll discover that I've organized our photographs, videos, and resource files into different subfolders. You can open up one of those folders in order to view the files that we'll be working with. Well, what we need to do is we need to import all of these files into Lightroom. In order to do that, I'll close this window and navigate to the Lightroom.
In Lightroom, in the Library module, you want to click on the Import button. This will launch the Import dialog. Here navigate to the Exercise files folder and make sure to turn on Include Subfolders, so that you can import all of these files. Next you simply want to add these to you Lightroom catalog. In regards the Files Handling, for Render Previews, I recommend you use Standard or 1:1. Once you've made that choice, what you'll need to do is to simply click Import. This will then bring all of these files into Lightroom.
Now if you don't have access to the exercise files, no big deal. You could always use your own images, or you could just simply follow along. All right! Let's begin.
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