Take your Lightroom skills to the next level. Learn how to manage, enhance, and creatively manipulate your photography with Lightroom CC.
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Take your Lightroom skills to the next level. Learn how to manage, enhance, and creatively manipulate your photography with Lightroom 6.
Design your own photo book in Lightroom, and then have that book printed by Blurb or exported as a PDF.
Learn how to create and publish web galleries featuring your own photography with Lightroom.
Learn how to create slideshows of your photographs to share with family, friends, and clients with the Slideshow module in Lightroom.
Learn how to watermark and share your photos online with Lightroom 5.
Display your photographs with the easy-to-build slideshows and web galleries in Lightroom.
Learn how to add important metadata to your images that will help you find and filter your library, process images and video, and export, email, and share photos—all from within the powerful Library module in Lightroom.
Shows how to use the Lightroom Library module to import photos into a library, work with tethered capture, and store files on multiple hard drives.
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.
Takes an in-depth look at sharing your images with Lightroom 4 via prints, email, or the web.
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.
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