Lightroom Episode 1 - 4

Episodes  1 & 2 Get you started with Lightroom – explaining how Lightroom works, where to store your photos to stay organized and in episode 2 Christina Bernales, professional wedding photographer gives you the knowledge to master editing your photos. These two episodes provide 2+ hours of instruction and episode 2 includes 24 presets to make editing your photos painless.

Reviews on Episodes 1 & 2

Very good start to lightroom if you have never used it before. If you do use it the tips in this lesson will still help you keep your photo library organized. Most other lightroom videos are much more expensive. For the price of this complete series many other places would charge 10 tines as much. 
Michael Ricci –
This video is PERFECT for the Lightroom novice such as me to help bring my pictures to the next level. I think Christina has done an excellent job explaining and demonstrating the numerous Lightroom features in this video !! I also definitely appreciate the added bonus of the presets and keyboard shortcut templates ! Thank you EXCELLENT video.
Rich –

 

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Episodes  3 & 4 take your editing to the next level and provide the tool to be a power user of Lightroom – make the program do the work for you, producing beautifully edited photos on import and make use of collections and other tools in Lightroom to work smarter, not harder.

Reviews on Episodes 3 & 4

If you are a seasoned professional or a beginner you can take something useful away from this course. I highly recommend this series.
William Stone  – Mar 5, 2015

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