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Don't forget to post some pics!!
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^^ That video is great but she doesnt really show how she got the results. She is jus showing before and after. Great video tho.

Thanks everyone for the help +rep.

Keep them tutorials coming. The more the better.
I find the before/after view in PS pretty good. Mostly useless, but interesting.

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Nevermind. She does show how to do stuff later into the video!

Thanks a lot bro, this should help a lot.
I was just going to say that she does do a quick before and after but then goes back and shows how she did it later on.... It is only a 13 minute video and she's moving pretty quick and covers a lot of ground. As such it isn't terribly in depth. I still found it to be one of the better tutorials I've seen. She has done a lot of video tutorials and the few I've seen so far are pretty helpfull.
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Some peeps only use LR3, I prefer to open my CR2s in Camera Raw>PS x64. It's an entire digital dark room. Lightroom for me is more for bulk, but that's how I roll.
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Start with DPP (what the camera came with), as in my opinion, it's the best RAW converter there is for Canon. I use LR3, PS CS3, or PSE7 for complex edits and LR3 especially for large batches, but if I can get away with just using DPP, I'm happy.

And as others said, much of PP work is learned just by doing, i.e., experimenting with settings. Besides that, post shots that you have PP'd yourself here and elsewhere (POTN) and ask for opinions on edits, even get others to do their own edits. That's how I learned a lot of it.
Edited by GoneTomorrow - 5/31/11 at 12:21pm
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Once you get into an adobe product (lightroom, PS5, etc) get a book. The manuals are fair, but a good book will help you know how to use the program to its fullest (of your needs). It's handy to have a place to go when you ask "now, how do i . . "
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