Tame Your Lightroom Library with Rob Sylvan
In this episode of TheFIX photographer, teacher, and author Rob Sylvan joins host Seán Duggan for a discussion about some of the things that can go wrong with a Lightroom catalog, and ways you can prevent common problems from occurring. We also talk about his new book, How to Tame Your Photo Library with Lightroom, which has just been published by Adobe Press. Rob has been KelbyOne’s Lightroom Help Desk Specialist for over ten years and that experience helping people all over the world with their Lightroom questions makes him very qualified to write this book! He also writes a regular Lightroom column for Photoshop User magazine, and pens articles and hosts a live monthly Lightroom Hangout at PhotoFocus.com.
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About Our Guest
Rob Sylvan is a photographer, teacher, and the author of How to Tame Your Photo Library with Lightroom (Adobe Press), as wll as several other photography books. In addition to being KelbyOne’s Lightroom Help Desk Specialist, he also writes the “Under the Loupe” column for Photoshop User magazine, and blogs about Lightroom at Photofocus.com. He is the author of several photography related books, eBooks,and videos including Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC / Lightroom 6 Learn by Video by Peachpit Press.
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- Check out Seán’s new weekly series Mobile Photography Weekly on Lynda.com (the current week is always free with no subscription required), as well as some of his other courses, including Learn Photoshop Compositing: 10-Minute Techniques and Photoshop: Create a Portrait Collage. Check out his website to learn more about his photography, workshops, and all of his Lynda.com courses.