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Join photographer and author Chris Orwig in Photoshop Lightroom 4 Essentials: Organizing and Sharing with the Library Module, as he explores the interface of this popular image-management program and shows how to use its Library module to organize and manage a photo library. The course covers importing both still images and video; shooting in tethered-capture mode; organizing and rating images with flags, stars, labels, and location tags; and working with collections. The course also details how to export, email, and share photos, and introduces the Lightroom 4 video-editing features, as well as its ability to work together with the full editing power of Photoshop. Exercise files are included with the course.
Here I want to briefly share with you a helpful tip in regards to getting familiar or getting acquainted with the Lightroom interface. These tips are called walk-through tips and in each module, what you can do is navigate to the Help pulldown menu and here you can select Library Module Tips. This will then open up what are called these walk-through tips. If you click Next, you can navigate through these various tips and these will help you become acquainted with this particular module. Now these tips work in every single module.
For example, if we navigate to the Development Module, we can go to Help pulldown menu and here choose Develop Module Tips. This will then take us through the tips for this particular module and really get us acquainted with some of the features and tools that we can use in these various modules. So again, if you want to get familiar with the Lightroom interface, navigate to a particular module, go tot the Help pulldown menu, and then look for those walk-through tips for that particular module.
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