Photoshop Lightroom Adventure is going into reprint, which means it’s selling very well AND I have a chance to fix any small errors or typos in the book… So, dear readers and owners of my book, I’m asking for your help, and I’ll reward you if you help out.
At this moment, I personally haven’t found anything to correct. But I know even the most careful copy editing misses something so I’m sure one of you with the book will come up with corrections for me to report to the publisher. Heck, when I was in High School I remember one of my especially smart friends even found a typo in the American edition of Charles Dickens’, A Tale of Two Cities. The publisher wrote back thanking my friend for his discovery and saying in all the years the book has been in print he was the first to notice the error.
Anyway, all this needs to happen really quickly. So, for the first five people who report bona fide errors or typos from the book I’ll send a free copy of the corrected reprint when it’s out. Let the race begin!
PS. In case you haven’t heard, last week at Photo World in Las Vegas, Adobe announced price drops for Photoshop Lightroom up to $150 based on upgrading or buying Photoshop CS3 or Photoshop CS3 Extended. This got me thinking…Lightroom currently retails for $299, right? But what is the best price and where can you find it? I’ve seen professional associations like the American Society of Media Photographers (ASMP) offer Lightroom to its membership for $199, but you need to be a member of that exclusive club. Can anyone out there share where they’ve found the best price? No rewards for this, just my personal thanks!