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I'd like to make a list of Adobe Lightroom resources. Blogs, sites, tutorials,... Anything worth taking a look at.

Thanks.

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Here are some sites you may find useful:

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One of the best tips I can offer is to use the help popup hotkey (which is sadly far under-publicized):

ctrl + / on Windows

+ / on Mac OS

You get a module-specific popup that shows all the hotkeys for that module. Once you learn the hotkeys, your workflow becomes much smoother and faster.

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http://blog.ericscouten.com/2009/09/lightroom-2-technique-how-i-organize-my-catalog-and-why-2009-edition

That one helped me settle on a workflow and understand the compromises and limitations.

Update: The old link is now broken. Eric Scouten updated the article and has published a new 2012 edition.

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Fantastic resource. And very interesting discussion also. Thanks! – Carles Nov 10 '10 at 16:20

Wade Heninger (formerly UI designer for LR) has a blog that he does weekly roundups of all things LR: http://heninger.org/index_files/tag-lightroom.html

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Here my favorite:

http://www.freelightroompresets.net (free collection - I love the vintage effect)

http://www.lightgram.com (premium collection - amazing presets that emulates Instagram)

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Here is a BEAUTIFUL book I am using for my lightroom Class

"The Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 3 Book:"

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