Amazon is Selling Lightroom 3 for $119 Today!!!!!

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Lightroom 3 is a program made by Adobe, the makers of Photoshop.  I usually recommend that photographers buy Lightroom 3 rather than Photoshop as your first image editing software choice because it is MUCH easier to use, faster, and perfectly capable for making 95% of the edits that most photographers make.  Photoshop is really for making major changes to a photo or in-depth changes.  If you don't own it, this is a MUST HAVE for any photographer.

Anyway, Lightroom 3 is on sale at right now for $119!!!!  When you get to the page, it shows that it costs $206, but if you look to the right hand side at the individual sellers, it is available from Amazon for $119.  Here's a link to this INCREDIBLE deal.

I have no idea how long this deal will last.  This is NOT the education version of the software.  I haven't ever seen Lightroom priced so low… ever!

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Jim Harmer is the founder of Improve Photography, and host of the popular Improve Photography Podcast. More than a million photographers follow him on social media, and he has been listed at #35 in rankings of the most popular photographers in the world. Jim travels the world to shoot with readers of Improve Photography in his series of free photography workshops. See his portfolio here.


  1. Hi Jim,
    I saw that you will be offering a Photoshop course and I was wondering if you will also be offering a Lightroom course? I have a really old version of Photoshop(7.0) and I can’t afford to buy the newest version at this time. I tried a trial of Lightroom and I think that it would be alot faster to do my editing in Lightroom and is more affordable.


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      @Sherry – Yes, I’ll do a Lightroom course but it could take me a while to get it created…

  2. Great! Thanks. I am hoping to take your portrait photography course in March. I already have everything. I just can’t get the lighting set up right, especially to evenly light a white paper background.

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