My best-selling Take Control title about getting a handle on your photo library is back in a new, expanded and updated version. You want to enjoy the photos you’re taking, not stress about how to organize them or lose track of them, right? This is the book that shows you how. The book now covers Mac and Windows solutions, includes Adobe’s new Lightroom CC application in the mix, and more. Take Control of Your Digital Photos costs just $14.99 new, but make sure you skip ahead to check out a special bundle pricing deal. If you own a previous edition, check your email or sign in to the Take Control site for upgrade pricing.
“After 20 years of struggling to stay on top of family photos I now have an effective workflow, tagging strategy, and storage. I’m back in love with photography thanks to your eBook.” —Tony Stevenson
Take Control of Lightroom CC, version 1.1
Take Control of Lightroom CCI’ve also updated my recent Take Control of Lightroom CC book to incorporate changes that Adobe rolled into the 1.1 and 1.2 updates to the brand new Lightroom application. It now covers the new Tone Curve and Split Toning features, revamps the section on managing storage on disk based on Adobe’s changes, and more. The book costs just $14.99 on its own, and the update is free if you’ve already purchased the previous edition.
“My honest opinion is…it’s really damned good.” —Chuq Von Rospach
Take Control Bundle Pricing
If you’d like both books—Take Control of Your Digital Photos for photo management strategy and Take Control of Lightroom CC for more details on that particular app—there’s a special deal for you. Use this handy link to buy the new versions of both books at one time for just $20—a 33% savings:
Buy Take Control of Your Digital Photos and Take Control of Lightroom CC for $20 (a coupon code will be applied automatically when you click Check Out)
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