Understanding Lightroom Course

This course is based on Lightroom 4, however much of what is taught applies to Lightroom 3 and 2 so no matter which version you have this course would work for you.

If you take your photography seriously Lightroom is an essential processing tool. Organise and process images direct from RAW, Lightroom will enable you to get the most from your images

Course Start Date

Wednesday 31.05.17 4 x 2 hour sessions 6.30pm - 8.30pm £85

and significantly improve your work flow and image organisation. We teach this course much as we do our Photoshop course, by demonstrating and then giving students time to practise before moving on to the next subject area. In the years we have taught Photoshop we have found this the best way by far to get people up to speed with these complicated bits of software.

Lightroom is not an alternative to Photoshop although it does seem to cover similar ground on one level but it is the first step in image organisation, RAW processing and adjustment. Most people who use Lightroom also use Photoshop to handle the things Lightroom cannot do. It will broken down into 4 sections: importing, library, key words, tags, meta data, backing up - adjustments - book slide show print and web - exporting, presets

We teach this course at our own studio and students are required to have their own laptop with Lightroom installed. Numbers are limited because of the space we have.

"The two most engaging powers of [a photographer] are to make new things familiar and familiar things new." W. Thackeray