How do I register my book?

If you purchase my main Lightroom FAQ books (LR3, LR4 or LR5) from Amazon or another bookstore, you can register your purchase to access the additional benefits including:

  • Premium Membership, which gives you access to the book contents (LR4/LR5 only) from any web browser, among other features
  • Access to the eBook downloads (PDF, ePub and Mobi/Kindle)
  • Updates to your version of the book in the Members Area
  • Discounts on future book purchases
  • Personal Lightroom support for your book’s Lightroom version (I’ll still be on the forums and social media, but anyone who is registered as a book owner gets priority email access too.)

 

I ordered the paperback or eBook from an online bookstore – how do I register my purchase?

To register your book, I need:

  • Proof of Purchase – your confirmation email, shipping confirmation, a scan/photograph of the packing slip, or a screenshot of the order confirmation on Amazon’s website – I need to be able to read the order number and order date.
  • The book reference code (see below)

Send them via the Book Registration form or email them to members@lightroomqueen.com.

Usually within 48 hours, I’ll personally upgrade your Members Area account to Premium Membership and send you the download link for the eBook versions.

 

Where do I find the book reference code?

Lightroom 5

Paperback – turn to page 506 and you’ll find the code in the ‘Register your book for additional benefits’ box

Kindle – it’s at the end of the Installation chapter, just before the Keyboard Shortcuts chapter, under the heading ‘Register your book for additional benefits’

lr5register

 

Lightroom 4

Paperback – turn to page 670 and you’ll find the code in the ‘Register your book for additional benefits’ box
Kindle – it’s at the end of the Troubleshooting chapter, just before the Keyboard Shortcuts chapter, under the heading ‘Register your book for additional benefits’

 

Lightroom 3

Paperback – turn to page 53 and you’ll find the code in the ‘Paperbacks and FREE digital formats’ section.
Kindle – it’s in the Introduction under the subheading ‘Paperbacks and FREE digital formats’