Adobe Lightroom is a program dedicated to helping photographers manage their workflow and edit their photographs with ease. Students will learn how to organize their photographs into Lightroom's sophisticated cataloging system, perform professional edits, and the steps needed to go from digital image to print. Students will learn all that Lightroom has to offer!
This workshop will be held on two consecutive Monday evenings in May. It is advised for students to bring a laptop if available. It is highly advised to bring a notebook to record valuable information discussed in class. Other materials that may be needed: an external hard drive.
Prior to attending this workshop, you need to obtain a copy of Lightroom 4. Please do your best to ensure the application is installed on your computer before you arrive. To download the 30 day trial, go to https://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=photoshop_lightroom
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