Introduction to Lightroom with Tim Daly
This course provides an introduction to Lightroom’s organisational, editing and printing tools and is suitable for a beginner. You will need to bring your own laptop and a version of Lightroom 5 or later.
10.00 Welcome and outline of the day
Topic 1: How Lightroom is different
Overview of the application, how it simplifies your workflow and the function of the Catalogue file.
Topic 2: Setting up your image archive
Advice on data storage, naming files, importing and managing your growing archive.
Topic 3: Viewing, editing and sorting
12.30 – 13.15 Lunch
Topic 4: Basic editing in the Develop module
Colour, exposure and tone control using a variety of panel tools.
Topic 5: Hand-editing techniques
Using the Selection Brush and other ‘floating’ tools, to create Lightroom-style masks.
Topic 6: Preparation for print
Using Lightroom’s new Soft-Proofing functions, we will use printer profiles and Lightroom print templates to layout contacts and finals for printing.
16.00 Review and recap of the day
What you need to bring along
A laptop with Lightroom 5 onwards already loaded. A USB stick or portable hard drive with a selection of your own images. Best option is to bring RAW files, but JPEG’s are okay too. (Note: Lightroom can’t edit layered .psd/Photoshop files)
Apple Mac users
Only drives that are in the FAT32 format can be read and written to by both Windows PC’s and Apple Mac computers. If you wish to use your own Mac for the course please contact Liz on 01225 325 770
Times: 10am – 4.30pm
Lunch is provided
The workshop will take place at Amersham Studios. Please visit the studio website for further directions and map.
Time: 10.00am – 4.30pm
Location: Amersham Studios
Rear of 31, The Penningtons,
Tel +44 (78) 25621916
Parking: There is parking outside the studio