Name: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Workflow: The Digital Photographer's Guide
Pub Date: August 2007
Publisher: Tim Grey Guides
ISBN 978-0-470-11919-8 (pbk.)
For far too long, photographers have "made do" with software tools designed for a variety of users. Now at last there's a program specifically built to meet the needs of professional and serious amateur photographers, whether you're on Mac or Windows: Adobe Lightroom. And there's an expert ready to incorporate this great new program into photographic "best practices": Tim Grey!
In Lightroom Workflow, bestselling author Tim Grey brings his knowledge of digital imaging and pro photography to the latest Adobe offering. Tim breaks down the modules of Lightroom in the same workflow-based approach to photography that has been so popular through all his books and workshops. Readers will discover a natural flow for capturing, storing, sorting, and adjusting images, getting better results all while reducing time and effort.
Tim explains how Lightroom offers file import, cataloging, archiving, processing, presentation, and printing under one roof, and how you can take best advantage of just the functions that are most appropriate for your individual needs. You'll see why you should shoot Raw but also find out how to master Lightroom if you can't or don't choose to. And you'll learn how to finish your images to their best advantage, whether you print or you output for screen.
Featuring elegant example images the portfolios of professional photographers, Lightroom Workflow shares real-world expertise on how to get better results while reducing time and effort.