It is not often when I mention a specific product or service on my blog, however this is one of those times where I feel it is advantageous to my followers if I do mention a book.
At my workstation in my office I have a few books within easy reach and one of these books is Lightroom 3 by Nat Coalson. This is actually the only Lightroom book on the shelf. Having used Lightroom as the primary component of my digital workflow for over three years this book has provided me with additional tips to refine my workflow and also is a great reference tool within my reach. As a digital workflow is something which is specific to an individual photographer it is hard to fine two which are exactly the same, however with the explanation and examples of the a digital process Nat may give you something to think about adding to yours which is not currently in place that is coming to you not only from an author and instructor but someone who was a photographer first.
I have an extra copy of this book, which was provided by the publisher, as I purchased the book ahead of time I have decided to give this away to one reader of the blog. All you have to do is leave a quick comment, even if it is “Hi” and you will be entered in the drawing. On March 5th I will select one name from random who will receive this book to read and have as a reference as well.