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July 16th, 2010

Digital Workflow e-book updated for Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5

Posted By Michael Clark

I am happy to announce that the new version of my digital workflow e-book, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom: A Professional Photographer’s Workflow has been updated for Lightroom 3 and Photoshop CS5 and is now available on my website. I have been working on this new version of the e-book for a few months now and have done extensive research to expand and greatly improve this new, updated and completely re-written version of the book. I can honestly say that I have not seen any other book on the market today that includes as much detailed and comprehensive information as this e-book does on digital workflow.

I have added brand new information on the following topics:

*Advanced Color Management – NEW
*Advanced Monitor Calibration – NEW
Monitor Recommendations – NEW
Ink Jet Printer Recommendations – NEW
Print Proofing – NEW
An in-depth discussion of the DNG file format – NEW
Shooting Tethered – NEW
In-depth examination of the new Noise Reduction sliders – NEW
Explanation of new Lens Correction controls – NEW
** Photoshop Workflow – NEW & EXPANDED
CMYK Conversions – NEW
Alternate Workflow for Wedding and Portrait Photographers – NEW
Alternate Workflow for Photojournalists – NEW
* The Color Management chapter has been massively expanded and now includes advanced Color Management tips as well as a detailed discussion on Advanced Monitor Calibration including recommendations on Monitors and monitors calibration devices.
** The Photoshop workflow has been greatly expanded and now includes details on my exact Photoshop workflow.

But above and beyond this new information I have gone through and added information to almost every section of the book, expanding the page count to 353 pages. Don’t fear the page count as it is was also expanded because of the new and much easier to read layout. In particular, I have dug deep and included some very detailed insight in the Color Management chapter including recommended monitors, monitor calibration devices and inkjet printers. That chapter alone is worth purchasing the new version of the e-book.

Below are a few sample double-page spreads from the new book. As you can see the lay out has been massively improved and the text has been optimized for reading the book on an iPad, iPhone or a laptop monitor.


 

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