Adobe Lightroom 3 Importing

I am currently teaching a Lightroom class and having a great time. Hopefully the other people in class can say the same. Because of the number of features and limited class time,  I agreed that if there was a topic covered in class that any student wanted covered again I would create a video and post it to the web for them to watch. So, this is my first video I have created for the class. The video covers the import options in Lightroom 3. If you have Lightroom 2 the import options are significantly different that you might want to refer to a version 2 video else where. I hope you enjoy and up next will be videos about using collections and collection sets in your workflow.

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November 19, 2011

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