(Credit to Charlie Seton for creating this Lightroom maxim)
Lightroom is not only a powerful photo editor, but it can also help you stay organized and even reduce your storage space when you export your images.
How, you ask?
By exporting the jpeg version of your edited raw file to your desktop before publishing or sharing via email. Then simply delete it. Your original edited raw file remains in the Lightroom Library and you don’t fill your hard drive with jpeg files that you don’t really need because you can always export another one when it is needed.
If none of this makes any sense to you, but you are intrigued about Lightroom, please consider registering for our Lightroom class on May 21 and 28. We will get you off to the right start and help you learn a technology platform that will help you become a better photographer. With a subscription to LightRoom and Photoshop for $9.99 a month you really can’t afford to not do this.
I hope to see you in class!