Introduction to Adobe Lightroom - Take Control of Your Editing Process
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Do you take pictures but are not quite sure what to do with them afterwards or how to catalogue them? Do you want to learn how to get more from the photos you take?
Adobe Lightroom will help you do this. But like many types of software, Lightroom can be frustrating if you don’t know how to make the best of it. This is where we can help.
Most professional photographers and many amateurs use Adobe Lightroom, and for good reason. It’s a superb way of cataloguing photographs and giving them similar looks, in a fraction of the time it would take in Photoshop. And the editing tools within Lightroom have become so good that many professionals use Photoshop very rarely.
Lorentz Gullachsen is an award-winning photographer who has been using Lightroom since it was released in 2006. He’s used it for brand campaigns, portraits, food, landscapes… you name it.
This workshop is aimed at intermediate level photographers
What You Will Learn:
How and why to catalogue and tag your photographs.
How to set up different Lightroom collections.
How to choose and grade photographs for editing.
How to use Lightroom’s tools to edit a portrait and a landscape.
How to apply Lightroom edits to bundles of photographs to make edits coherent.
How to create and use presets.
Tea/Coffee & Cake will be provided
What You Need to Bring:
If you want to bring your own camera, you can edit your own photographs taken on the day. Or you can bring some of your own photographic files, or use the ones we provide.
Bring your own Laptop if possible ( If not let us know in advance as we do have a couple available to borrow but these are Apple Mac so may have slightly different commands if you are not familiar with them)