Lightroom Workshop for All Levels

Adobe Lightroom is simply the essential tool for organizing, editing, and sharing your photography. To use Lightroom you do not have to be a professional photographer with years of experience, nor do you need to struggle to learn its enormous capability – but there is a lot to it. Once you have been taught the major features, you’ll find it is easy and intuitive to learn the rest.

Lightroom - Avignon - France - Teenagers

It is essential to have a consistent workflow in Lightroom. In this workshop you will learn a proven Digital Asset Management (DAM) that will include:

    • Understanding Lightroom’s Catalog system
    • Keeping every image safely stored and archived
    • Automating your workflow
    • Adding metadata and key wording
    • Creating custom presets
    • Locating images
    • Migrating images and Catalogs
Steve has been using Lightroom since version 1.0. He taught Photoshop and Lightroom at Oregon State University.

Once you have learned to save and organize your images you will learn how to process them to make them award winning. Instruction will include:

  • Color Management from Input to Output
  • Using the Develop Module
  • Sizing, sharpening, and exporting your image files for the web or fine art printing
  • Creating Web Galleries, Slide Shows, and PDF Presentations
  • Lightroom’s newest features, how, when, and why to use them
  • Interfacing with Photoshop
Highway 22 - Oregon - Lightroom

Tuition: $550

Limited to 8
Date: Friday, February 28 to March 1
Time: 9am to 5pm each day
Location: Focal Point Photography, Dallas, Ore.

The workshop is limited to 8 so that each participant can receive individual attention.

Steve Anchell has been using Lightroom since version 1.0.