SKU: lightroom-intro
Lightroom | Intensive

Post production and image management for photographers

With the amount of digital images one generates these days, there is no getting away from and editing and general image management software. Editing images, outputting them to various media platforms, keywording, library collections, copyrighting, watermarks, are but a few of the Lighroom 5 features that can be as sophisticated or simple as you need, and an essential tool for any professional or hobbyist photographer

Our interactive and exercise driven 4-day course gives students a hands-on experience of working in this application.

*LIMITED SPACES AVAILABLE. BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL.

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WHAT WILL BE COVERED IN THE COURSE?

Session 1 | Basic overview of the Lightroom interface. Creating a catalogue, importing images, navigating your library module.
Session 2 | Exploring your library module: Collections, collection sets and other organising tools. Backing up your catalogues. Starting the editing process: White balance, exposure, adjustment brush, crop and straighten. Sync edits.
Session 3 | Advanced editing adjustments: noise reduction, duotone effect, lens corrections, camera calibrations, localised retouching, effects panel. Exporting images for web and print. Watermarking.
Session 4 | Advanced editing adjustments: Localised retouching, effects panel. Exporting images for web and print. Watermarking.


YOU SHOULD ENROL IF:

  • Learn how to catalogue your shoots,
  • Apply edits to your photographs,
  • Practice an efficient digital workflow.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED:

  • You will receive detailed notes on the work covered.
  • Basic stationary i.e. notepad/book, pens, highlighter etc.

WHAT PREVIOUS STUDENTS HAVE SAID:

How to organize my photos, best way for filenames, etc. The most important thing for me was how to edit your fotos in a faster way than having to work with your fotos in photoshop.” – Louise Schreuder

“I really enjoyed learning how to edit specific parts of images individually and also learning how split toning can transform an image.”- Kayleigh Isikson

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