Lightroom has been designed as a comprehensive tool for full digital photography workflow. It can handle download, organization, image optimization, as well as the output to file, print, books and the web. This workshop explores how to approach that process in an orderly and manageable way, with an emphasis on maximizing your creativity inside the application.
It's common to hear Lightroom users say they love the program, but that they only use a small portion of its capabilities. In many cases that's because they don't quite understand the way the program was meant to be used. The program has been designed from the ground up as a guided workflow tool. As someone who has helped guide the development of Lightroom from the very beginning, Peter can shed light on how the program was intended to function - and how to maximize your creative output.
You'll learn the structure of Lightroom - how to organize a catalog and how to organize your files - but you will also learn how to work more creatively within the program. This is really about linking the capability to sort and organize your images, with the power to make them look great, and the ability to make finished products.
We will cover the following subjects:
Class size is limited to 15 people.
Attendees to provide their own computer.