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Introduction to Lightroom

Do you have Lightroom but feel like you’re not using it to it’s potential? Have you heard about the power of Lightroom but are not sure if you’ll be able to learn it?

The following video is the introduction from Phil Steele’s ‘Lightroom Made Easy’ video which is currently 30% off at SnapnDeals.

It’ll give you a taste for Phil’s style but also give you a good simple (and free) introduction to what Lightroom is and how it is different from many other types of photo editing software.

Pick up the full Lightroom Made Easy video course for 30% off (just $33) via SnapnDeals for the next few days only.

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Darren Rowse is the editor and founder of Digital Photography School and SnapnDeals. He lives in Melbourne Australia and is also the editor of the ProBlogger Blog Tips. Follow him on Instagram, on Twitter at @digitalPS or on Google+.

  • http://thejunkdrunk.wordpress.com The Junk Drunk

    I started watching this series last night and am about 45 minutes into the videos. I’ve already learned a handful of useful new tricks, and he’s only reviewed the most efficient way to import pictures so far!

  • Michael

    Gentlemen:

    As it works out, I am curently researching Lightroom 4.

    Can it do the following please:

    1) Fix blurs
    2) Digital noise
    3) Tutorials on line
    4) Sample photos of what can be done
    5) Above what iso is considered bad
    6) Can you see digital noise
    7) What does it look like
    8) Samples?
    9) Windows 7, does MY PHOTOS have CORRECT ISO info

    I would greatly appreciate comments and answers about the program please.

    Michael

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  • Michael

    April 1, 2013 07:21 am

    Gentlemen:

    As it works out, I am curently researching Lightroom 4.

    Can it do the following please:

    1) Fix blurs
    2) Digital noise
    3) Tutorials on line
    4) Sample photos of what can be done
    5) Above what iso is considered bad
    6) Can you see digital noise
    7) What does it look like
    8) Samples?
    9) Windows 7, does MY PHOTOS have CORRECT ISO info

    I would greatly appreciate comments and answers about the program please.

    Michael

  • The Junk Drunk

    March 22, 2013 07:26 am

    I started watching this series last night and am about 45 minutes into the videos. I've already learned a handful of useful new tricks, and he's only reviewed the most efficient way to import pictures so far!

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