Adobe Lightroom 4 Video Workshop: 18 Tutorials on the Lightroom Develop Module and Digital Photo Processing
Ready to take your digital photography to the next level? This set of 18 all-new video tutorials contains over 6 hours of the most comprehensive training available on the Lightroom 4 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, tutorial-by-tutorial, gently leading you to the knowledge you will need for professional-level color correction. 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 $24.95.
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The new video titles for this series are:
- The Develop Module Overview – 20:54
- The Crop Tool – 11:32
- White Balance – 28:01
- The Basic Panel Tone Controls – 35:54 (Updated June 6, 2012)
- The Basic Panel Presence Controls – 12:21
- The Tone Curve (Parametric) – Part 1 – 15:31 (Check out the free sample movie, here.)
- The Tone Curve (Point Curve) – Part 2 – 9:42
- The HSL Panel – 20:46
- The Black & White, and Split Toning Controls – 29:45
- The Detail Panel – 31:35
- The Lens Corrections Panel – 34:51 (Including the all-new Defringe controls!)
- The Effects Panel – 13:12
- The Camera Calibration Panel – 14:01
- The Local Adjustment Tools – 30:14
- Synchronize, Copy, Paste and Camera Defaults – 30:13
- Presets, Snapshots & History – 21:19
- Soft Proofing – 19:57
- Bonus Movie: Understanding The New Tone Controls – 31:39 (Updated June 15, 2012)
Chapter markers for the iPad files, and more detail on individual video content can be found by clicking 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 $24.95. 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.)
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(Note that if you purchase using Paypal, you are not purchasing a DVD! This is online access + downloads if you want them. Click the Amazon link below, if you want the DVD.)
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. If you wish to download iPad versions of the video files for viewing offline, or for streaming to your Apple TV, please e-mail me at email@example.com, and I’ll be happy to send you the links.
If you would like to purchase the Lightroom 4 Develop series on DVD from Amazon.com, click here.
The Amazon DVD contains the very same quality of videos found in the online version, as well as a full set of specially-formatted iPad versions, that look great on your iPad or AppleTV.
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Finally, minimum screen resolution for viewing these tutorials is 1280 x 960 (unless you’re on an iPhone! :-).
Thanks! And enjoy the tutorials!