Lightroom Classic is one of the leading applications for RAW and JPEG image editing. Join us to learn how to use Lightroom Classic to store, edit and export your images. Throughout this course you will also be shown useful tips & tricks that will speed up your image editing workflow and help your improve your image editing techniques so you can get the best out of your RAW images.
No matter what your interest or level in photography there is something for everyone on this course. It is a great opportunity to learn how to edit images with Lightroom Classic.
We will be mainly covering the Library and Develop modules and techniques such as:
Post Processing Workflow
Non-destructive editing of RAW Files
Lightroom Classic Interface
Library Module Introduction
Importing, rating & sorting images
Introduction to collections and keywords
Develop Module Introduction
Maximising dynamic range in your image
White Balance & Colour
Exposure, levels & tone Curves
Brushes & Gradients
Adjusting with Hue, Saturation, Luminance
Sharpening & noise reduction
Spot removal, cloning and healing
History & Snapshot tools
XML sidecar files
Tips & Techniques
These sessions will take place via Zoom video call, so please ensure your laptop (preferred) or your phone is capable of supporting this application. For more information please contact us on [email protected] to discuss your requirements.
If you have not received the e-mail with the joining information 1 week before the course please e-mail [email protected] immediately and we will send the link out to you. Do not e-mail us on the day of the course as there is no guarantee we will see the e-mail in time to send out the details
Having continued to use Adobe Bridge and Photoshop CS6, I wanted to upgrade to the latest Photoshop and Lightroom. Being so busy rather than try to pick it up on my own, a 3 hour introduction to Lightroom where I could ask questions and find out what I need to was ideal. Neil was great at explaining the benefits and showing the power of Lightroom to the extent that Photoshop is only really needed for advanced editing. I felt confident to install and use Lightroom following the training.
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