The Photographers Guide to Lightroom’s Develop Module

How to edit your photography for excellent results

Lightroom is powerful and easy to use. But it isn’t always obvious how to achieve the best results. In fact, many of the most powerful features are buried away and easily overlooked. It’s also not obvious in which order to apply your adjustments, which can make a substantial difference to your results.

This comprehensive, yet concise guide to Lightroom’s Develop module, is organised into four sections:

Section 1 – Lays the foundations to help you work quickly and effectively in Lightroom. The features covered here are often ignored, yet they can make it much easier to edit your photographs.

Section 2 – Provides detailed guidance for all the adjustment tools. Use this section to develop your skills, and then later as a reference. It’s also packed with hard earned tips from many thousands of hours using Lightroom.

Section 3 – Explains how to make selective adjustments to your images. Creating selections is one of the most valuable editing techniques you can develop. Despite this, surprising few people can do it well. This section will guide you through creating detailed and complex selection with ease.

Section 4 – Helps you develop your Lightroom workflow. You can then apply this to the three comprehensive examples. You can download the RAW files to accompany the from the Lenscraft website, allowing you to follow along on your own computer.

This book provides everything you need when learning to master the Lightroom Develop Module.

Discover ways to create complex and precise selections that leave most people wondering how.

Learn to use important tools and adjustments, but also understand why.

Find new and powerful uses for tools you may previously have ignored.

Color Grading with the split toning tool

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What Other Readers Say

I have been away from any form of serious photography for a long time and when I decided to take it up again it was very, very, different. Although the techniques I learnt years ago will still (I hope!!!) stand me in good stead there is a whole new ballgame under way.

No more darkroom, no more film tank, no more trays, no more Durst M605, no more chemicals, no more seeing that picture develop right before your eyes!

Now is the time of the digital photograph but there is a plus side – I can take as many photos as I want with no developing costs at all!

Apps, software, programs, call them what you like – these are the new tools and even though I am extremely computer literate the learning curve is bordering on the vertical!

There are a multitude of books out there that claim to help you get the most out of digital photography in the “lab.” In other words Lightroom Classic which apparently is the most used “go to” for today’s digital photographer.

However, if you are not already familiar with this piece of software (I wasn’t) you are going to struggle. By and large they all assume some prior knowledge of the app.

Robin’s book does not make this mistake. It will take you through a familiarization process until you too know what it is you have to do to get the best out of your hobby. It’s the best “How To” guide I’ve come across yet for someone like me taking the plunge into the deep and icy waters of Lightroom Classic.

Paul Hancock

I’ve used LR for some time now but this book has helped streamline my workflow. I’ve started using tools in LR that I didn’t even know were there and the downloadable files are a real bonus.

Rodger Holden

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The book is available in three formats:

  • Standard PDF
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You can also select to download all three formats at no extra cost (download in a single zip file) .

The PDF version of this book has 219 pages.

The page count in other formats will vary depending on the format and the eReader.

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