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Alright, well, before we wrap things up I want to share with you a few sites which I think will help you as you seek to learn more about Camera Raw. I also want to share a couple of my own links so that you and I can keep in touch. Well, the first one is photoshopnews.com, and while this web site hasn't been updated for a few years, there still are some valuable links on the right-hand side. I often go to these. And one of the links that you might want to go to is this one, the Camera Raw User Forum. I have this open in a new tab. This will take you to Adobe's site, and here you could type out a question that you have in regards to working with Camera Raw, or you could watch videos or read other people's discussions, just to get better at working with Camera Raw.
The next two links that I want to share with you are my own. This one is chrisorwig.com. You can click here to View my Portfolio, or you can navigate over to my blog. And I want to highlight that, because if you go to my blog, you can see my recent work, but you can also click on the Subscribe button. If you do that, you can then subscribe to this newsletter that I put out about two or three times a year; in that newsletter I talk about Photoshop, photography, Lightroom, and it's my way to keep in touch with folks. Also, here you can find some links to other sites of mine, like where I have my Facebook account, my Twitter account, etcetera.
Most importantly, I hope that these resource site links, and also my own links here, will help you grow and develop as a photographer.
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