Introduction to Adobe Lightroom

Instructor: Lee Gordon

CREATING AN EFFICIENT COLOR MANAGED DIGITAL WORKFLOW

This class is an introduction to using Adobe Lightroom as a digital asset management application. As photographers, we produce an abundance of images, which need to be organized, developed, and integrated into an efficient color managed digital workflow from capture to output. As digital photography advances and evolves, Adobe Lightroom is the best solution for all photographers and passionate hobbyists who want to get the most out of their digital images. To gain control over your creative output as a digital photographer, you must develop an effective color managed and understood workflow, supporting your photographic images. An efficient, reproducible workflow allows every photographer to dramatically improve their images and delivery quality, while reducing the amount of time spent processing digital files. Putting the time into learning a structured, digital workflow while utilizing Adobe Lightroom will yield output results that clearly speak for themselves.

REQUIRED: Students must bring a laptop, fully charged, with a mouse, power cord and Adobe Lightroom CC 2015 installed. In addition bring an empty 1 or 2 TB external hard drive. This class is designed for photographers who have a working knowledge of their computer operating system. The class is taught on an Apple computer operating system. A $45 book fee not included in class price.

 

Monday 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm | Term 1, 2 combined | Fee $295 8 wk

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Monday 7:00 pm – 9:30 pm | Term 3, 4 combined | Fee $295 8 wk

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