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Develop module Guide or tutorial for post-processing

PhilBurton

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This link is for a book about post-processing. Interested In Post Processing - Photzy anyone havve ths book? What is your opinion? Is it worth the read?

Can anyone recommend (or warn against) other books or guides for post-processing?

Phil Burton
 

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The DAM Book by Peter Krogh - he focusses on LR quite a bit, and also has another book about digitizing prints, slides, and negatives. Michael Clark, and adventure and sports photographer has A Professional Photographer's Workflow: Using Adobe Lightroom and Photoshop. Both very reliable sources of information from working photographers.
 

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There are hundreds of tutorials on YouTube that are good and free. Problem is weeding through some bad ones as well. One person I like very much is Anthony Morganti. On You Tube just search for his name. Of course Victoria, the Lightroom Queen has books and Tutorials as well.
 
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Two excellent books, 'must have' !
. the digital negative , raw image processing in LR, CR PS , Jeff Schewe
. the digital print , preparing images in LR and PS for printing , Jeff Schewe
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When you mean developing when you say post-processing than there is much choice, i don't have any favorites.
However, when you are more interested in the organizational matter i can recommend Peter Krogh's DAM books. He' s an expert on photo workfow.
 

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When you mean developing when you say post-processing than there is much choice, i don't have any favorites.
However, when you are more interested in the organizational matter i can recommend Peter Krogh's DAM books. He' s an expert on photo workfow.
Roelof,

Actually I did mean a focus on the DEVELOP module. I'm goiing to concentrate on the Anthony Morganti videos for now.

I read Peter's original DAM book when it first came out, and I got lots of good ideas from it.

Phil
 
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