This three-hour advanced Lightroom class is for photographers who have some experience with Lightroom but seek to improve their images and workflow.
You know the basics of Lightroom but know there is still more that you can get from Lightroom. I’ll show you insights into advanced image processing that will make your photos like they were made by a professional. You’ll learn how to visualize how photos can be improved, even while you are taking the shot, which is where it all begins.
If in less than two minutes you can’t make the image to the right look like the one below it, then this class is for you.
We’ll start with a few things in the Library module that can save you a ton of time but we’ll spend most of the seminar working in the Develop module where the real magic happens.
I will use many of my photos to show you how I make images look like what I saw in the field, which isn’t what you get in the RAW files cameras capture. All photos need some amount of work, some more than others. It could be just adding some black to make the image pop or it could be a good deal of work to make the sky looks the way it did when you made the picture. Lightroom is the easiest, fastest and best way to get the most out of your photos.
Many photographers think Lightroom only makes a difference for landscape or nature photos, but I’ll show you how to improve your people pictures too. There is a lot more than just making colors pop, I’ll show you how to get skin tones right so your prints look great.
I’ll be demonstrating with the latest version of Lightroom Classic CC but most things will be applicable to all versions whether you work on a Mac or Windows. We will cover a lot of material but I’ll have handouts that help you remember what we talk about and your photos will look better the next time you use Lightroom.
Some of the things we will cover:
- Techniques for backing up your catalog and images
- Smart Previews
- Exporting to social media and websites via plug-ins
- Printing workflow
- Snapshots and History functions
- Painter feature
- Survey feature
- Collections and keywording
- Creating and using brush presets
- Creating and using post production presets
- Adjusting multiple photos
- In-depth use of global and local adjustment tools
- Tone curve
- Hue, Saturation and Luminance (HSL),
- Creating High Dynamic Range (HDR) images
- Creating panoramic images with impact
- Jumping to Photoshop
- Using Photoshop actions from Lightroom
- Black and white processing techniques
- Fixing lens distortions
You can attend this class in person or live online. If you attend online, you’ll have the same experience and the in person attendees except you won’t get any of my M&Ms! You will still be able to ask questions and see my computer screen. I use a paid service for my online classes to assure you have easy access and get quality sound and video.
This class is limited to 12 in person participants, so sign up now!
The class will be in Somerville, NJ. You’ll receive the address once you register.
Feb. 18, 2018
2:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.
$109.00 if you register before Jan. 15
$99.00 Previous clients or Premium Members
Limit of 12 participants
Refund and Cancellation policy
I must receive notice of your cancellation in writing, at which time I offer the following refunds:
60 days or more before workshop: Full workshop refund.
59 to 30 days before workshop: 50% of workshop cost.
29 or fewer days before workshop: no refund. If you must forfeit your workshop fee I will refund your full payment if I can fill your spot. I will also issue you a credit to be used on another workshop within the next year.
No partial refunds are made for unused portions or services of a workshop. Workshops are sold as a package only.
If a workshop is cancelled, you will receive a full refund of any money paid, but I’d have to be on my deathbed before I’d cancel.