Mastering the Lightroom Library Module Book

Also Available…

eBook on Amazon, Google Play, Kobo, Barnes & Noble, and Apple.

Related Products


Mastering Selections & Masks in Lightroom Classic CC 2023

Release your creative potential with Adobe Lightroom CC 2023 selections and masks!

In this comprehensive guide, you will find step-by-step instruction covering the Lightroom selection tools and teaching you how to realise their potential. Packed with detailed descriptions of the tools, this book also includes six full-length editing examples for you to follow.

Mastering Selections and Masks in Lightroom Classic CC 2023 ebook cover

Read More…

The Easy Way to an Organised Photo Library

Does your photography library feel out of control?

I can show you how to easily organise your photography using a method that could handle any number of images. That helps you sort and search for your best photos in seconds. Where you can make regular and automatic backups so that you don’t risk losing valuable images. That’s what you will find together with much more in this easy to follow book.

The Easy Way to an Organised Photo Library eBook Cover

Read More…

The Photographers Guide to Lightroom’s Develop Module

If you want to achieve excellent results fast, follow this book

Written for photographers by a photographer, it assumes only a limited knowledge of Lightroom’s Develop module and will quickly build your skills to an impressive level. It doesn’t matter if you find Lightroom a challenge, everything is explained with the author’s characteristic, no-nonsense approach.

The Photographers Guide to the Lightroom Develop Module eBook cover

Read More…

Manage your Images like a Professional

Are you struggling with too many photos cluttering up your computer?

Do you find you can’t keep pace with the growth in your image library?

Can you find the photo you need quickly, or are you wasting time browsing thousands of images?

Are you faced with a backlog of photos, unsure of the best way to organise them?

In this comprehensive yet easy to follow guide, I explain how Lightroom can help you manage your photo library. Written in my unique, easy to understand style, I explain logically everything you need to know. Even if you find yourself with a huge backlog of images, this book will help you to wrestle back control.

Section 1 provides an overview of the Lightroom Catalog and the important feature of the Library Module. This ensures you understand the most important tools and can be used as quick reference guide later.

Section 2 then explains how to apply the tools of the Library Module to real-world problems and situations.

This book doesn’t have you wading through hundreds of pages to find answers. It’s a comprehensive and concise guide to quickly help you to manage your photos like a professional. Seemingly complex processes are summarised into a simple to apply but effective workflow.

Follow this guide to regain control of your photo library.

Some of What You Will Learn:

  • Why the Catalog is critical to Lightroom and how to avoid costly but common mistakes.
  • How to quickly find photos, even from a library with many hundreds of thousands of images.
  • How to create and manage a vocabulary of keywords, adding these to your photos​.

Here’s what other readers think.

Frequent Questions

Do I need a Kindle or eReader?

No, you don't need to buy a Kindle or eReader device to read these books. All that you need is free eReader software and there's a large choice. If you are an Apple user, you can use the Books app that comes with every Apple computer, iPad and iPhone. Your book is then uploaded to the Apple cloud and shared across all your Apple devices.

If you are a Windows PC user there is a wide range of free eReader applications. Personally I like the free Kindle software. It has great features and is available for Apple, Windows and Android devices.

What if I'm not satisfied?

Let me know within 30 days of purchase and I will refund you in full. You can contact me by email using [email protected] and no I won't be offended. It will help me though if you can say why you want a refund so I can improve my books and service.

Which format should I buy?

I now offer my books in two formats which are PDF and ePub. Older books are also offered in the proprietary Kindle Mobi format, but Amazon has now retired this and adopted ePub instead.

ePub is by far the best format for reading books as it supports many features like being able to change text size to make it easier to read. In contrast, PDF is better for layout and printing pages or sections of a book.

When purchasing a book, choose the format you would like using the dropdown. I recommend purchasing the "All" format option where possible as this will give the greatest flexibility for the future.

Can I print the book?

Yes you can.

Whilst you can purchase most of my books as paperback from Amazon, I know some people only want to  print a page or section. The PDF version of the book is great for this and there are no restrictions provided that it's for your own personal use. You can even print the entire book if you like, although with the cost of ink it may be cheaper to buy the paperback.

Can I read the book on multiple devices?


You can have your book on as many devices and computers as you like and make copies provided that it's for your own use.

How do I get my book onto my Kindle?

Amazon has a service which you can use to email books you purchase to your Kindle library. These are then available on your Kindle reader or software. Amazon has a lot help on their website about the Send to Kindle service.

But Send to Kindle isn't the only option Amazon offers. You can read about others in the Help pages of the Amazon website.

I found Adobe Lightroom Classic CC: Mastering the Library Module to be a fantastic reference and guide for organizing my photos into a practical and usable system. This book was an easy read and easy to understand, making the complex module a more effective tool for my own application. Robin’s advice provided many excellent tips on how to get the most out of my Lightroom work. I refer to it often. Thanks, Robin!

Daniel Hess

Like most everyone else, I had accumulated thousands of photos over the last few years – which then horribly ‘disorganized’ as a result of my ineptitude and/or insufficient attention! I kept reminding myself that I had to re-collate everything properly, but always balked at the task as I just did not have the time to stop everything, go back to basics and re-learn LR from scratch. Then I came across this book (and its companion to master the Library Module)
As promised, this book indeed educated, unconfused and – even better – put me back in control of my collection. Whalley painstakingly attends to every aspect of the LR modules, and lucidly and fluently explains everything I wanted – and needed – to know. I’m about two-thirds the way through my reorganization, and it has been both an intuitively easy and thoroughly rewarding venture. Two thumbs (more if I had ’em) up!

Roger Garlin

Pin It on Pinterest

Share This