With all of the excitement around the Creative Cloud & Creative Suite 6 launch I wanted to reminder you that back in March we released version 4 of Photoshop Lightroom following a two month beta trial period which started in January. For anyone not familiar with Lightroom, its our professional photo management application used by photographers – both amateur and professional – to quickly import, manage, enhance and showcase their snaps.
With this latest upgrade, there are a raft of workflow improvements and features which nod to the increasing use of, and need to integrate, both still images and video within photography workflows. With new video capabilities increasingly being built into cameras, more and more photographers are finding they are expected to also have key video editing skills.
This means that today’s students will also be expected to have these skills when they enter the workplace, whether straight from school or after having completed their higher education. To make Lightroom 4 more accessible to a broader range of students and teachers, a Student & Teacher edition of the new software is available for £59.09 inc VAT, which is 50% less than previous versions of the product. If you want to learn more about how you can use Lightroom 4 in your lessons, then check out our series of how-to videos.