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My Tuesday Blog Posts Are Now Moving To Wednesdays (Wild Cheers Ensue!)

Moving - Red Hanging Cargo Container.

Yeah, the Monday, Tuesday, Friday bloggin thing left too big a Lightroom learning gap between Tuesday and Friday, so I’m moving my Tuesday posts to Wednesdays, starting today (and I guess, tomorrow, eh?).

Anyway, I have a really helpful one tomorrow (and it took me forever to write it), so I hope you’ll check back here then.

Also, don’t forget – I’m looking for a Lightroom Guru/Writer to add to the blog crew here. If you’re a Lightroom Shark and have lots of cool tips to share, Tuesdays could be yours (along with a check-a-roonie). Hit me up here in the comments or message me over on my Facebook page.

See you tomorrow on my new Wednesday blogging day!

-Scott

P.S. I am psyched! The one and only Matt Kloskowski is my in-studio guest tomorrow on The Grid. You gotta come see Matty K. – 4pm ET – Wednesday at http://kelbytv.com/thegrid or catch it streamed live on my Facebook page. 

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  1. Angela Andrieux 5 August, 2016 at 07:12 Reply

    Hi Scott,

    Please consider me for the Lightroom Guru/Writer position! I’ve been blogging/writing for 10 years and love sharing my passion for photography & post processing with others.

    I’m a travel & fine art photographer as well as a photography coach. I’ve spent several years doing one-on-one sessions helping fellow photographers with Lightroom and various plug-ins.

    Lightroom is my home base for photo editing, and has been since version 1. As a result, my Lightroom skills have grown with the software. I find this to be a key factor in my ability to help others learn Lightroom, especially those who have started using it more recently. It is a powerful tool, and can be overwhelming to a new user. Seeing my clients fully grasp something new and have that light bulb moment are what keep me going.

    Your books and resources have been essential in my development as an artist & photographer. I would love the opportunity to pass on what I’ve learned to a larger audience and make a difference in the photography community.

    Thank you again for your time and consideration.

    Cheers!
    Angela

  2. Reid J. Thaler 2 August, 2016 at 13:27 Reply

    Dear Scott:

    I would LOVE to be the new Lightroom Guru/Writer. Teaching Lightroom is my sole gig!

    From 2011 to the present, I’ve taught classes in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Photoshop, Macro, and Smartphone photography at the following venues:

    College of Marin
    Santa Rosa Junior College
    Samy’s Photo (San Francisco)
    Looking Glass Photo (Berkeley)
    Keeble and Shuchat Photography (Palo Alto)
    Pt. Reyes National Seashore Association
    Marin Filmworks (San Rafael, CA)
    City of Walnut Creek Civic Arts Education Program,
    Seawood Photo (San Anselmo, CA).

    And in the fall, I’ll be teaching Lightroom through Stanford’s Continuing Studies program.

    I love to make things easy to understand for students, so they can have more time and fun shooting and have less stress mastering the technical aspects of managing and enhancing their images. Lightroom is a great tool, but lucky for us, Adobe hasn’t done a good job of explaining it.

    Over the years of teaching, I’ve learned that there are only three different scenarios of how one’s images can be “less than optimally organized” in Lightroom, and how you can have Lightroom do the heavy lifting of getting you on track. It’s as easy ad 1-2-3, really! I’ve also created a number of handouts, flow charts, and Powerpoint demonstrations, which I’m continually updating, to offer the best instruction possible.

    Please contact me, so we can schedule time to talk.

    Thanks,

    Reid
    http://www.lumiograph.com

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