Lightroom training for 17 year old

4 years 1 month ago #479061 by Matt Benton
Hey guys, who would you recommend for Lightroom training for a 17 year old who is just getting started in photography?  


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4 years 1 month ago #479063 by Joves
There are many free how to sites on the web for it, and PS. It like PS just take playing with it to get good at it. I started with PS 2.0, and there was not much out there at the time. So I just played with it, and read the manual that came with it.


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4 years 1 month ago #479073 by Harrison J
I used video's from You Tube and Adobe Classroom in a book for Lightroom.  Both recommend highly.  


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4 years 1 month ago #479078 by cabbot
There are some great LR videos in the On Demand section of PhotographyTalk. I've watched several and thought they were very helpful (I'm a beginner as well).


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4 years 1 month ago #479107 by One Creative Girl
I took a online course on LR, it worked.  However experience was what really did it. 


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4 years 1 month ago #479279 by Tristan R
Online courses have become pretty affordable these days.  I would go that route and Adobe Classroom in a Book.  


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4 years 1 month ago #479280 by JeremyS
I self-taught myself lightroom at 16~. He/she should be able to mess with sliders and just try things. Usually people this age are quite malleable and they can learn quite quickly. I've also self-taught myself photoshop. 


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4 years 1 month ago #479308 by Camera Diva
+1 put me down for another self taught

books and online video's 

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4 years 1 month ago #479431 by Roger Lang
It's the way to IMO


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4 years 1 month ago #479467 by TCooper

Tristan R wrote: Online courses have become pretty affordable these days.  I would go that route and Adobe Classroom in a Book.  



Excellent book 


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