July 2, 2007
Author: Michael Reichmann
Free Lightroom V1.1 Video Tutorial Now Available
Lightroom V1.1, which became available a couple of days ago as a free upgrade, has generated a lot of excitement. It offers quite a bit more than a typical point release, and it addresses many of the concerns that early users rightfully had. Foremost among these is the ability to export and merge Libraries (now called Catalogs).
There are two new learning resources available as of today for current and prospective Lightroom users. The first is an excellent introduction to the program’s new features from Ian Lyons at Computer Darkroom.
The second new resource is a V1.1 update to the live video tutorial which Jeff Schewe and I produced. This update runs 36 minutes and is available without additional charge to anyone who has purchased our original 5 hour long video. Simply log onto your account at the site’s Store and download File 9 of your original Lightroom Tutorial order – the one that is named”LRT_Spare_1of2.mov.zip” – the 1.1 update video is inside that file..
To help convince those of you who have not yet purchased our Lightroom video tutorial, we are offering you our new 35 minutes Lightroom V1.1 update for free. All you need to do is set up an account at our Store, enter the “free coupon code” provided, and download the 222MB file. No credit card is needed, and be assured that we NEVER provide our customer’s names or other information to any third party.
ENJOY. And, if you do find our new V1.1 Lightroom Video Tutorial Update of value please consider downloading the full 5 hour tutorial. It only costs $14.95.
For further information, go to the What’s New section at Luminous-Landscape.com