By Scott Fegette | Thursday, July 18, 2013
With a variety of courses published each week at lynda.com, it’s easy to get distracted. So we’re pleased to take a moment to glance up from our busy release schedule to celebrate a significant milestone: lynda.com has just published its 2,000th course.
To put this in perspective, in April 2011 lynda.com featured 1,000 courses, which means we’ve now doubled our library in just over two years. From the initial concepts of a course, to screenwriting, to the production, camerawork, and editing of each individual video, 2,000 courses adds up to years of production time: no small feat.
Adobe senior product manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes was recently in the studio recording his new course Working with Raw-Format Photos in Lightroom and Photoshop—how to streamline your DSLR imaging workflow from his unique perspective as an Adobe insider—when we realized his release would mark 2,000. Bryan’s course is an excellent choice for photographers of all varieties, and our 2,000 courses cover a broad range of subjects, software, and skills today—so be sure to take a peek at all of our current releases as well.
We’d like to thank you, our members and viewers–you inspire us with your passion for learning, and drive us to keep producing courses. We’re already looking forward to course number 2,001, and empowering your personal and professional growth for years to come.
Interested in more?
• Become a lynda.com member
• Watch Working with Raw-Format Photos in Lightroom and Photoshop
• All courses by Bryan O’Neil Hughes
• All Photography courses at lynda.com
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