Writing with Light

Lightroom 5 – Up To Speed

Yesterday Adobe announced the release of Lightroom 5 and with that announcement also came the release of Craft & Vision’s latest ebook LIGHTROOM 5 Up To Speed. This ebook is written by Piet LR5_Cover_largeVan den Eynde, an Adobe Certified Expert who walks you through all the new features and how to get started using the new tools in LR5. He really leaves no stone unturned.

This 77-page eBook, and the companion videos (50+ minutes), will you get up to speed with what’s new in this revolutionary digital darkroom software.

Topics covered include:

  • Installing Lightroom 5 & Upgrading Older Catalogues
  • The Advanced Healing Brush
  • Straightening Photos with Upright
  • The Radial Filter
  • Improving Your Workflow with Smart Previews
  • Improvements to the Book Module
  • New Features in the Slideshow Module
  • Other New, Improved or Changed Features
  • New or Improved Plug-Ins Since Lightroom 4

Van Den Eynde takes your through the installation process step by step which if you’re upgrading from a previous version is essential to ensure you don’t lose any of your previous catalogues. His instructions are thorough and will make the process seamless.

Each new feature is explained in the detail and the best part of this ebook are the accompanying videos. Each section includes a video tutorial that shows you how each feature works. While I love to read I’m also a visual learner so the videos are an added bonus for me and I think you’ll love them too.

LIGHTROOM 5 UP TO SPEED with the embedded videos is only $5. If you’re new to Lightroom and haven’t read Piets’s  LIGHTROOM 4 UNMASKED Craft & Vision is offering a special LIGHTROOM BUNDLE ($20 – full-time discount) which combines Piet’s latest eBook with his amazing Big Book LIGHTROOM 4 UNMASKED. Click Here to Purchase.




12 responses

  1. I look forward to hearing more about this program from you.


    June 11, 2013 at 7:45 am

  2. Looking forward to reading this e-book.
    Thank you for sharing, Edith!


    June 11, 2013 at 9:12 am

  3. sayvan

    I actually just updated to Lightroom 4 and then heard about 5…. wonder if the changes are worth an additional upgrade!!


    June 11, 2013 at 4:00 pm

  4. I’ve been working with Lightroom for many years and think it’s really great, thanks for the information.


    June 12, 2013 at 2:31 am

  5. LR 5 is awesome for sure. This has turned out to be quite an upgrade. This ebook makes a very nice companion piece.


    June 12, 2013 at 10:46 am

  6. Thanks, Edith. I am still using LR 3 and will upgrade to LR 5 soon.


    June 12, 2013 at 11:29 am

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