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5 Lessons (18m)
    • 1. Why you need this course!

    • 2. Step 1 - Pick your better images

    • 3. Step 2 -Make a collection of your good shots

    • 4. Step 3 - Rate your best shots

    • 5. Step 4 - Find the best of the best

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26 of 26 students recommend this class
Mira Metzler

Mixed Media Artist

Great tips for effective workflow, glad to have found it.
Lillian Wight

Lettering, typography, watercolor, illustration

This class teaches an efficient, time-saving way of choosing your best photos from a large collection. An excellent introduction to Lightroom!
Jennifer De Luca

Amateur Photographer || Professional Traveller

Another great course, thank you Helen. I have learnt lots of tips to make my Lightroom workflow easier.