Chapter SevenLibrary Module—Edit and Export

Recently one of my photography students asked for feedback on a set of images taken on a ski trip to Antarctica. The trip was organized to capture still and video footage for an upcoming Warren Miller ski film. The skiers and scenery were amazing. He asked what he could do to make the images even stronger. My response was simple: “Use Photoshop and send them off!”

My student had already enthusiastically adopted Lightroom and made it his main work-processing tool. In his excitement he’d forgotten that Lightroom works well as a stand-alone application, but even better with Adobe Photoshop. Spending just a few minutes in Photoshop would make his images that much better. The good news is that he took ...

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