December 17th-19th, 2018
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom continues to evolve and improve and the latest iteration Lightroom CC is no exception. For many, it is the complete package for digital photo work and for most it can replace Photoshop itself for all imaging needs. Many photographers are still confused about the proper workflow to get the most out of Lightroom. If that is the case for you, this is the workshop you want.
We will begin with the Import process and all that entails, handling your memory cards, working from existing hard drives, backing up when travelling. We will cover Keywording, use of Folders and Collections and how to flag and rate your images for efficient editing. From here we will tackle the Develop module and its exciting new additions in Lightroom CC. First, we will cover the fundamentals, making sure you understand the powerful global adjustment tools before we tackle the ever more precise local adjustment tools.
From here we cover the ever important “how do I get my images out of Lightroom?” questions and show you all aspects of image export. We will finally look at the additional modules of Print. Slideshow, Book and Web.
Fundamentals and Workflow will be stressed above all else, ensuring that you are well on your way to Mastering Lightroom.
Note from John:
For those of you on the fence about the upgrade from Lightroom 5 to Lightroom CC check out these new amazing features:
JOHN REUTER has been a photographer since the early 1970s, majoring in Art while attending SUNY Geneseo. He continued his studies on the graduate level at the University of Iowa, receiving two master’s degrees. It was there that he began to specialize in Polaroid materials, most notably his SX-70 constructions, combining photography with painting and collage. Reuter joined Polaroid Corporation in 1978 as senior photographer and later Director of the legendary 20×24 Studio. His own work evolved through large-scale Polacolor Image Transfers to digital imaging in the mid-1990’s. He has taught workshops in Photoshop, Lightroom, Polaroid materials and encaustic painting around the world. John has been exploring video since 2006 and working with DSLR video and Adobe tools for video since 2008. John has presented at Fotofusion since 1997.