I still have a few spots available in my Lightroom Fundamentals Part One workshop in Seattle on October 10-11. New to Lightroom, ready to dive in and learn it well? Already been using Lightroom for quite a while but looking to fill in the gaps in your knowledge? If so, this workshop could be for you:
Lightroom Fundamentals: Making Your Work Flow — PART ONE
Lightroom is Adobe’s image management and enhancement program designed specifically for photographers. With the inclusion in version 2 of the ability to make local image enhancements, Lightroom has become a powerful program which can dramatically increase the efficiency of your workflow. In this two day Part One workshop, learn the fundamentals, concentrating on the Library and Develop modules where you manage, edit and enhance your images. With hands-on practice with my images and yours, discover how to optimize images and work through large shoots efficiently with collections, presets, and synchronized settings. Discuss where Photoshop may still fit in your workflow, and learn how to move between Lightroom and Photoshop. No prior experience with Lightroom is necessary; laptop computer required; limited to 12 students.
Oct 10-11, 9 am – 5 pm, $285
Lightroom Fundamentals: Making Your Work Flow — PART TWO
In this two day Part Two workshop, explore advanced editing, searching and keyword management techniques in the Library module. Learn more about adjustments in the Develop module, and dive into the Slide Show, Web and Print modules. Achieve quality prints through Lightroom, learning how to print efficiently by fully leveraging the power of templates. Color management will be discussed in terms of color spaces, monitor calibration and printing. Finally, learn how to incorporate Photoshop actions and third party plug-ins into your Lightroom workflow. Laptop computer required; limited to 12 students.
November 7-8, 9 am – 5 pm, $285
A $40 discount is available to those who register for Part Two by the end of Part One.
Both will be held at the Hampton Inn near Seattle Center. Click here for more details. Email me or call to sign up, or with questions: email@example.com, 206-940-7145.