Learning Adobe Lightroom 5

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In this series of in-depth tutorials you will learn about the new features, workflows and enhancements that are included with the release of Lightroom 5.

Lightroom 5: Importing Your Images
Lightroom 5: Organizing Your Images
Lightroom 5: Select, Rate and Prioritize Your Images
Lightroom 5: Creating Custom Collections of Images
Lightroom 5: Create Stunning Images
Lightroom 5: Enhancing Isolated Areas of an Image
Lightroom 5: Adding Special Effects
Lightroom 5: Viewing Images on a Map
Lightroom 5: Moving Between Lightroom and Photoshop
Lightroom 5: Exporting Images
Lightroom 5: Creating and Publishing a Book
Lightroom 5: Publish a Slideshow
Lightroom 5: Print the Perfect Image
Lightroom 5: Share Images Online

Great Introduction For First Time Users of Lightroom

How to manage your digital photos with Lightroom is a 32 minute video tutorial that is perfect for first time Lightroom users.

Organize your photos: Import them into a catalog – Learn how to organize your photos by creating a new catalog and importing the sample photos.
Import photos from your camera card –  If you have a card reader, you can quickly copy photos from your camera card to your computer and import them into a Lightroom catalog.

Customize the Lightroom interface to make it your own – Learn how you use Lightroom panels and modules to customize your workspace and how to use the Lightroom workflow to take your photos from start to finish!

Let’s get organized with keywords and collections – Keywords and collections make it easy to categorize, find, and manage your favorite photos.

Make non-destructive adjustments to your photos – Use the Lightroom Develop module to make non-destructive adjustments, such as cropping, color correction, spot removal, tonal adjustments, and exposure.

Export basics – In Lightroom, you do not save photos in the traditional sense. Instead, you export new sets of files that include Develop module adjustments. Lightroom export supports a variety of file formats suitable for a wide range of uses. For example, you can export photos as JPEGs to share online, or as TIFFs for a print publication.

Check out How to manage your digital photos with Lightroom by George Jardine.

Also includes a Cheat Sheet to LR5 keyboard commands.

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