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In this movie I want to share with you a few resource and photo links, and the first one that I want to share with you is photoshopinfocus.com. Now, this is a small site that I put together that has a handful of different Photoshop and Lightroom resources. But one thing that I want to point out here is if you click on Photoshop Resources and then navigate down to this area here, you will see that there is the ability subscribe to a newsletter and this is a newsletter I put together in order to help you expand your photographic potential. So if you are interested in learning more about Photoshop, Lightroom and creativity, feel free to subscribe to that newsletter. Also I want to highlight that there is a links page where you can jump to some other links that will help you learn more about Photoshop and Lightroom.
The next site that I want to take you to is chrisorwig.com/links. Now if you curious who is this guy and what's this guy all about, well navigate to that site. Again, chrisorwig.com/links and yes there are lot of cameras hanging around my neck. And here you can learn more about my photography, about some of the content that I have authored and there is some other links as well. Finally, I want to show you one link from this page, let's say the chrisorwig.com/links. Here you can find a little bit more about some of the photography that I do and you can check some of that out. All right, well I hope that those resource and photo links will be helpful and inspiring to you, enjoy.
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