Photoshop Lightroom Adventure

Photoshop Lightroom Adventure

By: Mikkel Aaland (author)Paperback

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Adobe created Photoshop Lightroom expressly for photographers, so twelve top-notch professionals took it for an intense, hands-on test run in the real world: a 10-day photographic adventure in Iceland. Now they are sharing that experience with you. In this PDF, Mikkel Aaland and Derrick Story have collected what they and their colleagues learned first hand when they used Lightroom to process the images they shot in one of the most beautiful, yet challenging photographic locations in the world. You can benefit directly from the pros' experience, as they reveal their best discoveries for processing and sharing images using Adobe's new image processing tool. This version covers Beta 4 which you can download for free from Adobe Labs and try yourself. You can learn more about the Adventure (and see amazing, Lightroom-created web galleries) at "Adobe Lightroom/Photoshop Adventure 2006".

About Author

Mikkel Aaland is a photographer, writer, web producer, and the author of six books, including Sweat (1978), County Fair Portraits (1981), Digital Photography (1992), Still Images in Multimedia (1996), Photoshop for the Web (1998), and The Sword of Heaven (1999). He has contributed both text and/or photography to Wired, Digital Creativity, Pre, American Photo, Newsweek, Graphis, Publish, and MacWeek, as well as several European publications. His photography has been exhibited in major institutions around the world, including the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris and the former Lenin Museum in Prague. He is the recipient of the National Art Directors award for photography. Aaland is also the co-founder of Tor Productions, a multimedia company founded in 1989 and based in San Francisco, specializing in the use of the still image in new media. He has lectured and taught on that subject at Stanford University, Drexel University, and University of California at Berkeley, as well as at computer graphics conferences around the country.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780596100995
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 344
  • ID: 9780596100995
  • ISBN10: 059610099X

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