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    Adobe Lightroom: everything you need to know about the ‘alternative Photoshop’

    | Photography Tips | 08/01/2013 01:00am
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    Getting to know the Adobe Lightroom interface

    There’s a lot going on in the Adobe Lightroom interface, but it all breaks down into manageable chunks. Below, we’ve created a handy cheat sheet that identifies and explains each of the key elements you’ll want to use in Adobe Lightroom.

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    Getting to know the Adobe Lightroom interface

    PAGE 1: What Adobe Lightroom offers photographers
    PAGE 2: Getting to know the Adobe Lightroom interface
    PAGE 3: 3 things you need to know about the Adobe Lightroom Metadata Panels
    PAGE 4: Adobe Lightroom Library Module – Folders and Collections

    PAGE 5: Adobe Lightroom Library Module – Filter Bar
    PAGE 6: Adobe Lightroom Library Module – Flags, Ratings and Labels
    PAGE 7: Getting to know the Adobe Lightroom Develop module interface
    PAGE 8: Making selective adjustments in the Develop module
    PAGE 9: New sharing options in Adobe Lightroom 4
    PAGE 10: How to create a website in Adobe Lightroom
    PAGE 11: How to make a slideshow in Adobe Lightroom
    PAGE 12: How to make books in Adobe Lightroom
    PAGE 13: How to speed up your workflow using the Quick Develop tools
    PAGE 14: All your options for printing photos in Adobe Lightroom

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    Posted on Tuesday, January 8th, 2013 at 1:00 am under Photography Tips.

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