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  1. SDawes

    SDawes

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    I have just signed up for to the Lightroom/photoshop cc subscription service and having never used lightroom before can anyone recommend a good book or other resourse that will help me get to grips with it ?
    Thanks
    Steve
     
  2. gcgraphs

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    Take a look at Anthony Morganti's LR tutorials on YouTube, found them easy to follow and very useful.

    GC
     
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  3. SDawes

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    Thanks for the response
     
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    I use Scott Koslowski's book. It's great being able to have it open and not keep switching screens. Amazon stock it.
     
  7. Daniel_Paul

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    There's loads of decent tutorials on Lightroom, some are focused on certain styles too so it's worth having a browse around. I'm an avid user of it yet I still find stuff out I never knew before by watching a tutorial!

    Enjoy!
     
  8. Archie747

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    Try Scott Kelly and Martin Evening for books.

    However I find videos more helpful for specific topics.
     
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    I used the Anthony Morganti tutorials to start me off for technique, but don't follow his processing style unless you like crunchy, over-processed images with odd colours.
     
  11. gremlin16

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    Photos in color on YouTube. Very knowledgeable. Also phlearn is good and to some extent fstoppers.

    It’s easy to edit, the file selection and movements took a little getting used to for me.

    Good luck
     
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    Matt
     
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    Justin ,do you have avideo on lightroom cc for iPad ?
    Thanks
     
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  18. SDawes

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    Thanks for rhe replies folks , been a big help
     
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    You mean Matt Kloskowski.
     
  21. Major Eazy

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    The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC Book for Digital Photographers written by Scott Kelby.

    I have not yet read any books written by Martin Evening, but heard his books are good too.
     

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