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    Basics of PP Workflow using Lightroom Tutorial

    I found this and thought many would get a lot from it. It is in two parts and steps through the basic PP workflow using Lightroom.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jwmsT...=youtube_gdata
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OE36Y..._order&list=UL
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    The book featured, by Scott Kelby, "Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 for Digital Photographers" is a must have. It cleary shows the program in photogs terms, albeit with his unique sense of humour throughout.
    I recommend that you get a copy if you really want to understand LR. He also has one for PS3/4/5 & LR2

    Also, he runs the LR Learning Center. Link is here (Free too!)
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    Just got back from EGypt Jordan and Syria and have over 6000 photos to sort through - need to get a better handle on work flow before I start. This sounds helpful.
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    Thoroughly recommend Scott Kelby's book too..shows you heaps in plain English and how he processes large numbers of photos
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    I can also vouch for Scott Kelby's book "Lightroom 3 the book for digital photographers" . Very easy reading, a good bit of humor and most importantly very informative.

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    +1 for the Kelby book. If you are keen I also recommend the video tutorials by Matt K from Kelby training.
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