Adobe Lightroom 5 Video Workshop – 23 Tutorials on the Lightroom Develop Module and Digital Photo Processing
Ready to take your digital photography to the next level? This set of 23 all-new video tutorials contains over 6.5 hours of the most comprehensive training available on the Lightroom 5 Develop module. In this series we cover the Lightroom raw processing controls from top to bottom. No need to purchase a so-called “Advanced Series”…. it’s all here. Starting from the ground up, we guide any serious photographer—professional or passionate amateur—through a complete understanding of each and every control. Then we dive deeper, digging into important details no other videos touch, such as the intricate relationships between the local and global effects. Watch this online series anytime, day or night, and you will find thousands of tips and techniques that help you master the processing of your digital photos. The complete online series is only $29.95.
(There is a significant discount for existing customers who have already purchased either my Lightroom 3 or 4 Develop videos. Just send me an e-mail request, and I’ll gladly send you the discount code. If you have previously purchased my Develop DVD from Amazon, you are still eligible for a discount, upgrading to the new ONLINE videos.)
Don’t take my word for it. Check out what customers from all over the world have said about this series, by clicking here. If you’d like to read an impartial review on the tutorials in general, check out what the Imaging Resource Newsletter said, here.
The new video titles for this series are:
- Total Running Time
- The Develop Module Overview 22:07
- The Crop Tool (Check out the free sample movie, here.) 12:41
- White Balance 24:43
- The Basic Panel Tone Controls 31:28
- The Basic Panel Presence Controls 14:55
- The Tone Curve (Parametric) 18:43
- The Point Curve 10:05
- The HSL Panel 11:38
- The Black & White, and Split Toning Controls 19:31
- The Detail Panel – Noise Reduction (Updated For LR 5.2 August 4, 2013) 25:17
- The Detail Panel – Sharpening 12:20
- The Lens Corrections Panel – Upright 14:59
- The Lens Corrections Panel – Color 19:32
- The Lens Corrections Panel – Manual 10:49
- The Effects Panel 11:09
- The Camera Calibration Panel 12:51
- Spot Correction & Advanced Healing Brush (Updated For LR 5.2 August 4, 2013) 16:01
- The Graduated Filter, & The Local Effects 27:39
- The Radial Filter 8:59
- The Brush Adjustment Tool 10:31
- Copy, Paste, Synchronize & Develop Defaults 29:01
- Presets, Snapshots & History 22:17
- Soft Proofing 21:44
- Total 6:49:00
A full list of the chapter markers for these videos can be found here.
(Please note that this series does not cover the Lightroom Library Module, or any of the output modules. It is dedicated to the Develop Module, and the digital photographer’s photo processing workflow. Click here to see our LR4 Library module tutorials.)
Online access to this entire series is only $29.95. Please read the instructions below, and then click the Buy Now button to purchase. (You can use credit cards on Paypal, too… having a Paypal account is NOT required.)
IMPORTANT! In order to receive your login instructions, you must find and click the “Return to Merchant” link on the Paypal confirmation page! If you somehow do not get to the confirmation page, e-mail me (firstname.lastname@example.org), and I’ll be happy to send you the link.
(Note that if you purchase using Paypal, you are not purchasing a DVD! This is online access + download links.)
An internet connection is required to download or view the tutorials. The online versions will probably not stream very well over a 3G or 4G mobile device connection. Download links for both desktop or iPad versions of the video files are included in your confirmation e-mail after purchase.
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Thanks! And enjoy the tutorials!