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Photographer Eduardo Angel continues his Adobe Lightroom teachings with “Creating Custom Photo Books with Adobe Lightroom 4.” Below, he gives a synopsis of what students can expect from the classes, and offers examples on what they may end up with.
Greetings. I would like to invite YOU to attend my upcoming Two-Day Workshop, “Creating Custom Photo Books with Adobe Lightroom 4.”
Creating your own custom-made photo books has never been easier. Students and attendees will quickly understand how the Lightroom 4 Book Module is completely dynamic, with easy-to-use layouts and flexible output options.
The workshop will cover topics such as presentation of printed photo portfolios, creating gifts for clients, friends and family, and professional printing and bounding techniques.
Take a look at a sample book from the workshop and Register for a spot to see why thousands of photographers are harnessing the book module of Adobe Lightroom 4.
You can check out more of my workshops on my website along with other helpful links below:
Photo by Eduardo Angel
Meet The Instructor: Eduardo Angel is an independent Technology Consultant, Educator, and Visual Storyteller, based in Brooklyn, NY. His consulting company, Eduardo Angel LLC, helps photographers, filmmakers, and corporations around the world use technology to enhance creativity. As a technology consultant, Angel focuses on digital workflows and content development. Clients include: Canon, Tenba, the Brooklyn Museum of Art, and the New York Times, among others. His research and lectures are presented at the International Center of Photography (ICP), the School of Visual Arts (SVA), and the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT) in New York City. Angel is also part of X-Rite’s Coloratti program; he is an Adobe official Beta Tester for Lightroom and Premiere Pro; and he regularly publishes his thoughts on technology on Canon’s Digital Learning Center and his blog.