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 Post subject: Lightroom 2 Books
PostPosted: Tue Dec 14, 2010 11:40 pm 

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I'm keen to fully read up on Lightroom, and there are two popular books on Amazon to choose from on the topic.

Martin Evening's book ... 887&sr=1-2

Scott Kelby's book ... 887&sr=1-1

I was wondering if anyone has bought either of these, and has any preference as to which one is better?


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I bought the Scott Kelby book. It's a good book. I keep it on my desk as a reference. I also find myself using youtube quite frequently when I have a question. There are all sorts of nice users out there posting how-to videos. You have to know what you're looking for, but say you wanted to have some tips on processing portraits or using the graduated filter. Just do a search in youtube for "portraits lightroom" or "lightroom graduated filter" and you'll find a bunch of videos. Hope this helps you.

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