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Learn to combine the power of Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop Elements, and take advantage of one-click image enhancement as well as advanced retouching and editing features.
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Learn how to use Lightroom to convert a photo from a wedding or any other event into a black-and-white image worthy of framing.
Explore Lightroom 5's features for emailing photos and sharing them on social media networks like Facebook and Flickr.
Create and apply presets to save time and automate repetitive tasks at key points in your Lightroom workflow.
An approachable introduction to organizing, enhancing, and sharing photos in Lightroom.
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Learn how to develop a travel photo into a wonderful memory of your trip in this short start-to-finish Photoshop tutorial.
Find out how to get Lightroom and Photoshop to communicate seamlessly and take advantage of each program's capabilities.
An introduction to the Lightroom capabilities for organizing, enhancing, and sharing photos.
Provides an approachable introduction to organizing, enhancing, and sharing photos in Lightroom.
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