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Adobe Lightroom (Session 2: Development)
Date: 10th August 13
Time: 9:45AM - 5:30PM
Location: The Cave, Linear House, Greenwich, SE10 8RS
Contact: London Region
Members Rate: £30.00
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 22nd August 2013 RPS London region will be repeating the second part in this short series of Adobe Lightroom Workshops. The workshop is aimed at beginners or existing users who feel they are not utilising the workflow solution to its best advantage.
One of the powerful features in Lightroom is the image processing engine and the way the image adjustment processing is deferred until the time you choose to export an image. In this 2nd workshop we will be looking at both the development features; cropping, white balance, histograms, exposure, curves, colour, lens corrections etc. and the ways of speeding up the development process including, batch processing, exposure matching, snapshots and syncing.
Exactly how much we cover will depend on factors such as the level of existing knowledge within the group and if necessary some features will be covered in the 3rd part along with exporting and outputs.
The workshop will be given using a large TV Screen and notes supplied in various formats (hard copy, PDF, Epub for ipad/iphone), 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 month’s 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, however if you would prefer to use your own photos please have them ready for importing from a card reader/memory stick.
Coffee and tea will be provided and there will be a break of 90 minutes for lunch and the chance to take some photographs.