We have put together everything you need to get up to speed with all the new features in the Lightroom 4 Public Beta
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) January 09, 2012
PhotoshopCAFE.com, a leader in Photography training, announces The Lightroom 4 Beta Learning Site. Immediately following the announcement of the Lightroom 4 Public Beta by Adobe Systems, PhotoshopCAFE has made available a free tutorial website. The site can be found at http://www.photoshopCAFE.com/lightroom/ and is a valuable resource for users to not only learn about the new features in the public beta, but also how to use them.
From the new processing engine, maps and books module, to how to apply presets to video, PhotoshopCAFE explains it all in clear written instruction and easy to follow video. The site also includes free Lightroom 4 presets that users can download and apply to their own images and videos.
The lessons are all taught by Colin Smith, a leader in Lightroom and Photoshop instruction. From Colin - “I am really excited about the release of Adobe’s Lightroom 4 Public Beta, the Adobe team has done an outstanding job of adding features that make the program easier and more logical to use. Anyone who works with digital images will want to check out the Lightroom 4 public beta. We have put together everything you need, at the learning site to get up to speed with all the new features and changes.”
About Colin Smith
Colin has authored 18 books on the digital arts. He has won numerous awards including 3 Guru awards. He’s been nominated for the Photoshop Hall of Fame twice. Colin is a regular columnist, has been featured in almost every major imaging magazine, and is in high demand as a speaker at major industry events including Flash Forward and WPPI. He consults such companies as Edison International, nVIDIA, ABC Disney, Apple and Adobe
PhotoshopCAFE.com is home to one of the world’s most popular Photoshop resource sites, PhotoshopCAFE.com,, which boasts over 30 million visitors. Founded by Colin Smith a recognized digital imaging expert, author and instructor, PhotoshopCAFE produces professional level training materials for photographers, designers, videographers and digital illustrators In 2010 PhotoshopCAFE acquired Software Cinema a leader in the photographic training industry, to further its goal of providing professional level training to the imaging industry.
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