Landscapes in Lightroom 5 eBook

| August 5, 2013

I recently had the pleasure of previewing Michael Frye‘s new eBook: Landscapes in Lightroom 5. I was familiar with Michael’s eloquent writing style since first reading his Photographer’s Guide to Yosemite years ago. I since had the pleasure of spending some time with him in the field, and was delighted to see that one of the images from our trip is used as an example in the book.

Michael has a gift for tackling topics that others may find difficult to explain, and doing so clearly and succinctly. The book is easy to read and covers a lot of important nuances. While larger titles may cover every button, slider and menu option, the strength of this eBook is Michael’s real world perspective, explaining his step-by-step workflow, as well as key controls and concepts from the perspective of an experienced professional who uses the software every day in his own practice.

Whether this is your first introduction to Lightroom or whether you are upgrading from a previous version, this eBook will give you not only the tools to successfully process your images, but also the insight needed to understand how the provided tools and workflow translate into control over tone, color, global and local adjustments, etc.

More importantly, Michael brings the perspective of a master landscape photographer with decades worth of experience into the processing phase, making the eBook especially useful for those working in this genre. The images used to illustrate each concept are superb, making the eBook not only a great learning tool, but also a pleasure to page through. I highly recommend it.

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Landscapes in Lightroom 5 eBook by Michael Frye

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Guy Tal is an author and photographic artist. He resides in a remote part of Utah, in a high desert region known as the Colorado Plateau—a place that inspired him deeply for much of his life and that continues to feature in his images and writing. In his photographic work, Guy seeks to articulate a reverence for the wild. He writes about, and teaches, the values of living a creative life and finding fulfillment through one’s art.

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