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I’m excited about a new learning opportunity just starting at the Perfect Picture School of Photography. This new series of classes is called One on One with an instructor of your choice. I have been teaching a specialized 4-week Lightroom class there for almost 2 years, which is still happening every month. In this new class you have the chance to work with me one on one for 4 weeks covering just the Lightroom-related topics you are most interested in learning more about.
I’ve been involved with writing about Lightroom, helping people solve Lightroom problems, creating videos about Lightroom, and teaching Lightroom classes since Lightroom 1 was first released. I get the most enjoyment from having the opportunity to teach people in person. I am delighted to report that I have been invited to join the team of Lightroom experts at Lightroom Workshops.
I’m very pleased to be able to share an excellent guest post from Dan Moughamian on creating and styling black & white photos in Lightroom 3. Many thanks to Dan for taking the time to create this and share it with us. Enjoy!
I want to recommend a really solid book, Adobe Digital Imaging HOW-TOs, which is for anyone who is using a Lightroom, Photoshop/Camera Raw workflow. I think an intermediate level user who knows the big picture, but may not have really dived into all the details will get the most out of this book. Though it would also be a great companion book for a new user who already has a more soup-to-nuts reference book for Lightroom and Photoshop.
This March 30 – April 1 will be my 14th Photoshop World and it is one of the things I look forward to most each year. I can’t imagine how many miles of tradeshow carpet I’ve tred, but I’ve dusted off my top 10 list of things you can do to get the most out of your time there.
I was excited to learn that my friend Nicole S. Young was giving away a copy of my latest book Taking Stock (she wrote the Foreword)! All you need to do is leave a comment on her blog (Note: It is only open to US residents). So, since she’s got the US covered, and in the spirit of the holiday season (there’s even a Christmas tree on the cover!), I will give away a copy to one lucky winner anywhere outside of the US!
One of the many hats I proudly wear is a member of the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) Help Desk. The Help Desk is a member benefit that allows you to send in all of your Photoshop and Lightroom related questions and get an answer back from one of us in less than 24 hours (typically same day).
With Lightroom 3 freshly minted and rolling out, I’ve heard from some folks using Lightroom 2 who are confused when they press F1 or go to Help > Lightroom Help from inside Lightroom 2, and wind up on a page that has a lot of info about Lightroom 3. Don’t despair! Adobe has not abandoned you.