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LR4 resources

Norfolk Lad

Norfolk Lad
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I cam across this page this evening. It seems to contain lots of useful links concerning LR4 beta. Sorry if it has already been mentioned. I don't see it.

http://blogs.adobe.com/lightroomjournal/2012/01/lightroom-4-beta-resources.html

In particular there is a free Lynda.com tutorial: here:
http://www.lynda.com/tutorials/96215-2.html

I've been through the develop module tutorials and they are quite helpful and informative. Quite honestly I am not the least interested in the video, book or map modules at the moment. There are some new features that I was not aware of such as the module specific items in the new help menu.
 

Happy Haggis

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Feb 2, 2012
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Scotland
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I've been through the Lynda.com tutorials and they are very good. I like the Map module (it's fun!) and also I find the book module very useful and will definitely be using it once LR4 is on the shelves.
If you couldn't find the links here Jeremy, then others may not either, so thanks.
How are things in Norfolk? I lived in Gorleston as a boy and Sea Palling and Ludham before moving to Scotland. :)
 
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