Lightroom Presets

Lightroom Killer Tips logoA lot of people ask me where I get all my cool Lr presets. It is simple! Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Killer Tips that is hosted by Matt Kloskowski. Matt is a Lr expert. I go to his site on a daily bases to learn, look and browse information on Lightroom. The best thing is the content on his site is free.

His site is part of the Kelby Media Group that host a collection of Adobe and photography related sites that I have to say I visit often. I use the Kelby Training site a lot to learn Photoshop products as well as photography. I even found a great set of training videos that helped me create and launch this site.

What I like about Matt’s site is it is a combination of tips, downloads, reviews, how to’s and information about Lr. And Matt delivers this either by video or text depending on what works better for the information being presented.

The other interesting part of Matt’s site is he always has interviews with Adobe staff on Lightroom which get a closer look in to the product. This week he took on a new approach and interview a fellow Lr blogger which prompted me to write this post. You see the site is a direct advertisement for the Kelby Traing site but it is never presented that way. In-fact you would never need to visit Kelby Training to learn enough about Lr to be satisfied, but if you are a learning junkie like me the site is a great prequel to the mother site.

If you find yourself over whelmed with all the cool features of Lightroom and don’t have the $200 or so bucks to join the training site, or if you are looking for a starting point this is the starting point you need to go to. Check it out!

Bye for now… keep shooting!

2 Responses

  1. Thanks for the mention Steve! :)

    - Matt K

    May 15, 2010 at 22:54

  2. albert

    hey steve , i have a problem and need ur help! could u
    email me with ur # when u have time. thanks

    December 20, 2010 at 16:07

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