7:00pm - 9:00pm
Limit - 6
Minimum - 4
Lightroom is creating a revolution in digital workflow. Created from the ground up with the photographer in mind, Adobe has hit a home run when it comes to processing digital files. Whether you want to manage one shot to an entire library, Lightroom will help you spend less time in front of the computer and more time behind the lens.
In this class you’ll learn to navigate through the Lightroom modules that will streamline your workflow from capture to archive. Learn to set preferences to match your needs, import images, manage an image library, process images in the Develop module and then share your images with the Slide Show, Print and Web modules.
Topics in this hands-on class include…
- Understand where Lightroom fits in your workflow and the Adobe product line
- Import images from camera or disk
- Organizing your workflow
- Understand metadata
- Taking advantage of Keywords
- Rating and Flagging images - which system is best
- White balance
- Advanced tone curve adjustments
- Split Toning
- Sharpening & Noise Reduction
- Create a custom made slide show
- Printing in Lightroom
- Creating web galleries
- and much, much more...
BYOL - Bring your own laptop
The license agreement for the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom allows you to install a copy on a desktop system and a laptop, all for the same price. Adobe knows that many users work on two different systems so this license makes it convenient for your home or office and the traveling laptop.
Not sure if Lightroom is right for you?
Adobe offers a 30 day free trial for Lightroom. Sign up for the class and then install Lightroom on your laptop. Don't do this too early, you want it to last during the whole class so if you use a trial version be sure not to install it too early. [Click Here] to go to the Adobe site and download your free trial. Be forewarned, once you use Lightroom you'll wonder how you ever got along without it.
This class is designed for the person who is new to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It is assumed that you understand the basics of working with your computer's operating system.