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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom delivers a complete workflow solution for the digital photographer from importing, reviewing, organizing, and enhancing digital images to publishing photos, producing presentations, creating photo books and web galleries, and outputting high-quality prints.
On Saturday 10th May RPS London region will again be running the Library & Organisation session in this short series of Adobe Lightroom Workshops. Led by Julian Rouse LRPS, Adobe Lightroom certified expert, the workshop is aimed at beginners or existing users who feel they are not utilising the organisation & library part of the workflow solution to its best advantage.
The aim of the first workshop is to introduce you to the Lightroom features below:
- How the files work.
- the workspace - Adjusting layouts and customising.
- Importing - Organising, renaming, backing up, creating presets and file destinations.
- Reviewing - Navigating, viewing, comparing, rejecting and deleting
- Organising - Moving and synchronizing files & folders, collections, keywords, Metadata, flags and ratings, searching
The workshop will be given using a large TV Screen and notes supplied in PDF format, however to get the best out of the workshop it is recommended that you bring a laptop with Lightroom loaded on. If you do not have a copy of Lightroom, you can download it from Adobe.com with 1 months free trial. To ensure there are enough of the right type of photos for the workshop, a memory stick with a selection of photos to work on will be provided.
An approximate time table for the day is given below. The exact timetable will depend on various factors such as the level of existing knowledge within the group and the weather.
9:45 - 10:15 - Coffee and setting up
10:15 -11:30 Introduction to Lightroom and using the work space.
11:30 -12:45 Importing
12:45 - 14:00 Lunch & optional photo shoot
14:00 - Reviewing & organising part 1
15:30 - 16:00 Tea break
16:00 - Reviewing and organising part 2
17:00 - 17:30 - Finish
Open to RPS and non-RPS members