Developing digital images with Adobe Lightroom

To: Simon Mustoe <>
Subject: Developing digital images with Adobe Lightroom
From: Alan McBride <>
Date: Wed, 19 Aug 2009 21:02:02 +1000
For those with an Apple , Aperture carries out most of the same functions for considerably less than the Adobe range ;-)

Tips are just as useful though.



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On 19/08/2009, at 20:51 , Simon Mustoe wrote:


I often find myself in conversations about this and I am fortunate to have a colleague who is not only a contracted National Geographic
wildlife photographer but also a lecturer on photography. Digital
image processing is a technical minefield but the most important bits can be done by anyone with some care.

Having been furnished with a training session on using LightRoom, I
decided to put this together into an article here for the benefit of
Birding-Aus users. It sets out the few basic steps that anyone who
takes digital photographs can follow to ensure they properly develop
images and avoid some of the serious pitfalls. Here it is:



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