Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Monthly Giveaway: WPD is Giving Away a Copy of Adobe Lightroom Each Month Until August 2007

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Are you a startup photographer, a photo hobbyist or a student on a tight budget? The WPD is giving away a copy of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom each month until August 2007; part of the Support the Arts program by Wedding Photography Directory.

WeddingPhotographyDirectory.com; a service that offers wedding couples a directory of wedding photojournalists, today announced its launching of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom software monthly giveaway until August 2007. WeddingPhotographyDirectory.com continues to expand its Support the Arts program, by offering students, hobbyists, and professionals the chance to win a free copy of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom by simply applying online at: WeddingPhotographyDirectory.com.

"WeddingPhotographyDirectory.com is very proud to contribute to the arts community. The new exciting Adobe Photoshop Lightroom provides digital photography artists unprecedented power and control over managing their digital photography projects. We intend to continuously expand our Support the Arts program, and provide students and hobbyists with opportunities to experiment with the latest digital photography tools to further their education, and self learning," said Aaron Shi, project manager WPD.

About WeddingPhotographyDirectory.com
Wedding Photography Directory is the world's first privileged professional wedding photography centric directory without advertisements. It supplies soon-to-wed consumers with the up-most accurate and comprehensive information, to help assist in selecting the right wedding photographer. The directory provides in-depth portfolio listings and biographies on each wedding photographer, and focuses on providing exposures to both photography studios and independent photographers alike.

About Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is the essential digital photographer's toolbox application. Lightroom allows digital photography artists to handle larger shoots, import and manage portfolios, control balance, exposure and contrast across entire projects. The new tool also presents streamlined features to preview photos and publish digital content.

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