Photoshop Lightroom Adventure: Mastering Adobe’s next-generation tool for digital photographers

This post contains affiliate links. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases This beautifully illustrated and eminently practical book is the first to offer a complete tour of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.2, the integrated digital photography workflow application that allows serious photographers to import, select, develop and showcase large volumes of digital images.

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This beautifully illustrated and eminently practical book is the first to offer a complete tour of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 1.2, the integrated digital photography workflow application that allows serious photographers to import, select, develop and showcase large volumes of digital images. Augmented by photos and case studies from a demanding road test in Iceland, award-winning photographer Mikkel Aaland explains how Lightroom 1.2 can improve the way you work.

After watching — and often helping — Adobe create Lightroom entirely from the ground up, Aaland (author of Photoshop CS2 RAW) was ready to see how well it would do in the field. He organized a group of 12 top-notch photographers for a trek to “Nature’s Light Room”, the pristine Icelandic landscape where each summer day is bathed in 22 hours of horizontal light — and where the only studio was Lightroom on a laptop. In Photoshop Lightroom Adventure, Aaland uses hands-on knowledge from the trip to demonstrate how Lightroom 1.2 can help you create the best possible image under any conditions.

This unique tutorial walks you step-by-step through Lightroom’s:

Library module for uploading, sorting, tagging, ranking and adding keywords to your imagesDevelop module with Adobe Camera RAW for complete non-destructive color and tonal adjustmentsSlideshow module, where you select and size images, and export the show to HTML, Flash, or PDF formatsPrint module, which includes several templates for printing contact sheets or full imagesWeb module, where you can create Flash or HTML web galleriesWith many gorgeous examples shot in the soft natural light of Iceland, this book lets you see the results for yourself. Mikkel Aaland’s trademark ability to teach complicated topics on digital imaging with straightforward, easy-to-follow text makes this book a valuable learning tool for anyone serious about digital photography. This is not an update of previous Lightroom versions, but the first book that’s completely up-to-date for Lightroom 1.2.

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