Lightroom® Classic Made Easy version 11 is now available on Amazon.com. It is the most complete, detailed Lightroom book available. Every panel of all seven Lightroom® modules are discussed along with a suggested workflow for each module. It not only contains the simple neat Lightroom® tricks I’ve been posting on YouTube®, but goes far beyond the usual basics of using Lightroom®. Included in this version is the new Masking panel with some new very neat techniques. It is written as a “how to” book made to sit by the computer with the photographer and guide them step by step through all the procedures and techniques in Lightroom® Classic version 11, using screen shots and bullet points. As the name implies, I’ve tried to make it easy and have paid particular attention to the complaints I’ve often heard about Lightroom®. That means I’ve spent a lot of time on importing, organizing and finding images in the Library module and also on how to reorganize and reorganize the catalog. The Develop module has many suggestions for bringing out the best a RAW image has to offer and includes some detailed procedures and techniques never before published in a Lightroom® book or video tutorial. I hope it will make your Lightroom® use easier and more fun.
The book is now available in a hard copy and will soon be available in a Kindle version on Amazon.com.
New Courses at Central Piedmont Community College and the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden just posted. Check out the Teaching Schedule page.
Four new Lightroom workshops, December 7th for the CNPA Triad Region in Greensboro, NC , December 14th at the Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden and February 21st and 22nd for the Spartanburg Photography Guild ( two sep. Check it out on the Workshops and Events page.