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The Photographers Guide to Lightroom's Develop Module
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I’m excited. My latest book “The Photographers Guide to Lightroom’s Develop Module” just launched on Amazon. This was the book Lenscraft Members voted I write and it appears to be going down well.

I always find this the most exciting point for two reasons:

  1. I don’t know how well the book will be received.
  2. It means I can start to think about my next project. This one has been almost 6 months in development from concept to publication.

Having said that, I’m still working on the PDF and print versions of the book which I hope to launch in the next couple of weeks.

Finally, I would also like to say a big thank you to everyone who buys my books, courses or reads my blog. I very much appreciate your support.

Thank you.

8 comments

  1. Congratulations Robin on your new Lightroom book. I shall look forward to getting the print version and I know other photographers who will look forward to it.

  2. Robin:

    I use ACR and Photoshop rather than Lightroom. But…I suspect that everything which works in the Develop Module in Lightroom will also work in ACR since they are both built on the same engine: am I right abut that?

    If so, then I also suspect that your new book will be just as helpful to me as to the Lightroom gang; Again, am I right about this?

    Thanks in advance for your help

    Dennis O’Reilly

    1. Hi Dennis, A lot of the adjustments in ACR are the same as in Lightroom but the interface is obviously different. I also cover quite a number of features in Lightroom that make it easier to adjust images. I suspect only about 40-50% of the book would translate directly to ACR. I do have it on my ever-growing list to produce an ACR version, but no timescales.

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