A-109: INTRODUCTION TO ADOBE LIGHTROOM
Lightroom is a workflow productivity tool that allows photographers to organize, edit, and output all from a single user interface. Lightroom has proven itself to be a significant time-saving tool for active photographers. This workshop is intended to demonstrate the how and why of Lightroom: how it works and why you should or shouldn’t use it. It will provide a broad overview of the Lightroom workflow and will demonstrate how it can be used to input images, how to correct general image problems like exposure or color, and how to output images to the web, to print, or as a slide show. Lightroom is useful for making broad, non-destructive changes to a single file or to multiple files at the same time. If necessary, files can then be opened in Photoshop or Elements for more specific changes, like making selections, adding text, or creating composite images.
Wednesdays, 6:00 – 9:00 p.m.
Oct. 3, 10, 17 & 24 (4 weeks)
INSTRUCTOR: CHUCK ALMAREZ
*NOTE* This class meets at Fire and Light Gallery (509 E. Ridgeway Street, Clifton Forge)