Learn how to shoot better iPhone photos and make them look their best with Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom.
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Learn how to enhance the natural beauty of a landscape photo with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom in this short start-to-finish project.
Bryan O'Neil Hughes, senior product manager for Photoshop, demonstrates a variety of techniques for car photography and shares how he guides his images through Lightroom and Photoshop.
Shares the keyboard shortcuts that make working with the different modules in Lightroom more intuitive and efficient.
An introduction to the Lightroom capabilities for organizing, enhancing, and sharing photos.
Investigates the Lightroom properties as a digital asset management (DAM) system—specifically, its catalogs, which track the location, metadata, and keyword tags associated with your images.
Focuses on the Lightroom 4 slideshow and web gallery features, which provide a straightforward way to display images on the web, on the desktop, or projected onto a screen.
Focuses on the Print module in Lightroom 4, which can be used to create high-quality prints and proofs and design custom layouts for books and other print projects.
Get organized so you can always find the photo you need.
Takes an in-depth look at sharing your images with Lightroom 4 via prints, email, or the web.
Teaches you everything you need to know to use Lightroom to manage, optimize, and share your images.
Explores the Library module in Lightroom and shows how to use the popular image-management program's tools to organize and manage a photo library.
Author and teacher Chris Orwig guides photographers through the process of editing and enhancing images with creative color, sharpening, and other effects in the Develop module in Lightroom 4, the popular asset management program.
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