Weekly Worth-a-click

Here’s a few things that I found worth a quick visit this week.

• Nik Software Announces Sharpener Pro 3.0 Update for Lightroom 2.

• Spend an evening with Terry White from Adobe! I can tell you, there’s no man I’d rather spend an evening with :) Actually, the evening has already been spent a couple weeks ago when Terry was teaching Lightroom 2 workflow. But you can re-spend it by watching it online if you missed it. Here’s the link.

• Still looking for a quick easy way to learn Lightroom 2. If you like reading then Scott Kelby’s Lightroom 2 book is the best-selling Lightroom book out there. And if you like DVDs then check out my Lightroom 2 In Depth (3 Disc set) – it’s also available in an online training course. We both have similar feelings for workflow in Lightroom and it comes down to whichever way you prefer to learn.

• Michael Clark (from Michael Clark Photography and Lightroom eBook author) has released his Spring 2009 newsletter. It’s definitely worth checking out.

http://michaelclarkphoto.blogspot.com/2009/04/spring-2009-newsletter.html

• Get $25 off Lightroom 2 when you buy over at Adobe’s store.

• For some inspiration…check out the blog of Bernadette Uzcategui. She’s got a lot of fun cool photography and I really enjoyed just looking through her stuff.

Have a great Tuesday folks!

Author: Matt K

Matt is a full time Education Director for the NAPP and Kelby Training. He's a best-selling author of various books on Photoshop and Photography co-hosts the live weekly photography talk show "The Grid" and is co-host of "Photoshop User TV". In his spare time he practices as a 1st degree black belt in Taekwondo and enjoys spending time with his family in Tampa, FL.

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6 Comments

  1. hey matt,

    forget the twitter thing. i am with you on it.

    don’t be a twit …lol

    to me its just a everyone knows your business and shares their business thing.
    some aspects of ones life should be kept non public.
    you have a good thing right here at lightroomkillertips.com .

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  2. I just wanted to send you a huge ‘thanks’ for linking me on your blog and for stopping by my site! How did you find my site? I do appreciate the enormous compliment, and I am just SO honored to be mentioned. Cheers! Bernadette Uzcategui

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  3. Matt, thanks for the link to Bernadette’s site; as you promised, it was worth the click. I enjoyed viewing her stunning images and would like to know more about her, …perhaps we could see her as Scott’s guest blogger sometime?? :)

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  4. Matt,

    Would you recommend using Nik Sharpener Pro 3.0 in LR2 for final output printing and not using the print sharpening feature?

    Secondly, can the RAW presharpening feature be used instead of the sharpening feature the Develop module?

    I would like to point out that I used the Sharpener Pro 3.0 plug-in with great results in CS4, but it when be nice to do this while I’m in LR2.

    Thanks in advance,

    Jerry

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  5. Great! Thank you for the before and after series you started. I really do get a lot out of it.

    Rick

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