Hey, digital photographers, this can be really useful to you. So listen up.
Michael Tapes (you know him? Heâ€™s an alpha tester for Adobe Lightroom) has posted a few video tutorials on his website, RawWorkflow.com, that covers how to use the Adobe Lightroom Beta 4.
To make it even easier for you (this Michael is really thoughtful), heâ€™s split up the movie into several easy-to-digest sections where he proceeds to cover such topics as the user interface, importing files and the Develop module, including how to use the Basic and Tone Curve panels, plus the crop tool.
And what is Adobe Lightroom you say? Oh, you should know. As a serious digital photographer you should not be confined to Photoshop alone, especially if you shoot in RAW. Lightroom is a very good RAW converter, but more than that, it is designed for sorting, cataloging, presenting and printing your digital pictures.
So go ahead and be a good boy. Go to RawWorkflow.com and see what Adobe Lightroom Beta 4 is all about. Go ahead, itâ€™s free.