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Taking thousands of photos brings unique challenges. Lightroom gives you nice options for keeping your photos organized. But organizing your photos takes some work. A system helps your get the most out of the digital asset management capabilities of Lightroom.
Pixiq has released a new Blog Post that gives you some useful tips if you are already using Lightroom 4. If you are considering upgrading, its well worth a read too!
The differences between Lightroom 3 and 4 are not insignificant, and it’s worth your time to learn about them. Lightroom 4 sells for $149 or less and is a vital component of many photographers post processing. We’ve made the upgrade and are enjoying the new features and workflow efficiencies offered by the new version.
Are there any other differences you’ve noticed? Let us know.
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We’ve all faced it…your Hard Drive is filling FAST and you need to move you images to an external hard drive. But you don’t want to kill your catalogue in Lightroom. Here’s a Tutorial on how to do just that!
When choosing Professional Photo Paper to deliver your printed images on, it’s always good to know exactly what you’re delivering. It’s also really important to be able to educate your clients as to why the product you’re delivering is better than just the plain old consumer grade paper.