Mastering Lightroom eBooks

Lightroom’s capabilities tend to be underestimated. But once you scratch past the surface, you’ll see that it’s an incredibly powerful & efficient piece of software for all types of photography. Lightroom has now become the primary post-processing program for most professional photographers. This set of five eBooks was made to help you get the most out of Lightroom by guiding you through every aspect of the software. Each ebook is beautifully designed to help you learn how to use Lightroom better. Found here: The Mastering Lightroom eBook Bundle

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The Mastering Lightroom eBook Bundle

Andrew S. Gibson’s Mastering Lightroom series was designed to help you master the creative aspects of photography. It’s aimed at intelligent and creative photographers who understand that light and composition are just as important as knowing which buttons to press on the camera.

Book One: The Library Module

Learn how to use the Library Module to import, organize, and search your images. This important task lays the foundation for all the work you do in Lightroom. Mastering the Library module ultimately saves you time, which you can spend either in the Develop module or with your camera. Either way, you end up with a streamlined workflow and more hours to be creative.

Book Two: The Develop Module

Discover how to use the tools in the Develop module to get the most out of your Raw files. It builds on the lessons learned in Mastering Lightroom: Book One – The Library Module and shows you how to use Lightroom’s powerful features to creatively process your images. You’ll be amazed how easy Lightroom is to use once you’re familiar with it—and just how much it speeds up your workflow compared to other applications.

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The Develop Module, Mastering Lightroom

Book Three: Black & White

A complete guide to using Lightroom to create powerful and extraordinary black and white images. This ebook teaches you first to see in black in white, then how to convert your photos to monochrome using all of Lightroom’s advanced tools. It also takes an in-depth look at the Silver Efex Pro, Perfect Black & White, Exposure 5, DxO FilmPack 4, and Black & White Effects plug-ins, explaining how to use each one. It finishes with three case studies showing how Gibson converted color images to black and white in Lightroom.

Book Four: The Photos

Ten beautiful case studies that show you how to use some of Lightroom’s more advanced features to create powerful images. But just as importantly, this ebook also explains why—exploring Gibson’s thought processes from the time he took the photo (yes, composition and light are just as important as post-processing) through to the finished image. The Raw file is merely a starting point that’s open to multiple interpretations. Each case study is accompanied by alternative versions to show you how there is more than one way of doing things in Lightroom. Along the way, Gibson looks at using plug-ins and Develop Presets to extend Lightroom’s capabilities.

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How to Edit and Post-Process Photography in Adobe Lightroom

Book Five: The Other Modules

If you’ve ever wondered what to do with your photos after you’ve processed them, this book contains the answers. It shows you how to use Lightroom to create fun and interesting projects using the Map, Book, Slideshow, Print, and Web modules. Whether it’s geotagging, putting together a photo book, printing your best photos, or creating web galleries, all the information (and inspiration) you require is right here.

How to Get the eBook Bundle:

The ebooks come in PDF format that can be read on computers, phones, and most tablets.

Found here: Mastering Lightroom eBooks Bundle

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4 responses to “Mastering Lightroom eBooks”

  1. Nancy says:

    Very interested, but wondering if this is based on Lightroom 4 or 5?



  2. Gordon says:

    But there is a difference between 4 and 5.

  3. Hi Gordon, the ebooks explain the differences between Lightroom 4 and Lightroom 5. I was able to cover both versions in the ebooks because the processing engine is virtually identical.

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