Wed 05-Dec-12 11:27 AM | edited Wed 05-Dec-12 11:30 AM by dgberg
I believe I heard you say this twice. "I will play with Lightroom" I am sure it was just used as a figure of speech but still begs a comment. Learning post processing is as important if not more then the shooting end of photography. Learning to process should be at the top of your to do list and Lightroom is a great place to start. The net is full of great videos,books and workshops. I would start with the Lightroom 4 video series from Michael Reichman and Jeff Schewe from Luminous Landscape,well worth the price of admission. Several good Lightroom 4 books out there. Martin Evening,Scott Kelby to name a few, Another excellent book is The Digital Negative by Jeff Schewe. Probably the best to date for Raw image processing. Your not done, next is color management and printing and that should tie you up for another couple of months. Before you know it it will be football season again. Yeaa! Back to The Digital Negative only half read. So little time,so much to learn, sigh!! All the best on your learning journey.