The event will be held on Saturday, November 10, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.
This Adobe Lightroom "Develop" Module will consist of two sessions:
- Morning Session: Essentials Edits: 9am - noon
This session will cover the core edits everyone should know such as general workflow, the key panels you’ll use almost every time (Basic, Tone Curve, Lens Corrections, Detail, HSL), applying presets, syncing edits, etc.
- Afternoon Session: Selective/Advanced Edits: 1pm - 4pm
This session will build upon the Essential Edits to cover virtual copies, snapshots, history, the new profiles, creating/managing presets; then move on to selective vs. local edits like cropping, graduated filter, radial filter, spot removal, adjustment brush, red eye, and conclude with external editor workflow.
Sign-up for one or both workshops: $50 for one workshop or $95 for both workshops. Registration Deadline is Wednesday, November 7 at 11:30 pm.
Register and pay (via PayPal) using this Buy Now Button
About Rob Sylvan
One of his main clients is KelbyOne where he has been the Lightroom Help Desk since Lightroom 1.0 was first released. He is a regular contributor to Photoshop User magazine; he writes scripts for their Camera Basics classes, works behind-the-scenes at Photoshop World, and reviews all of the online video classes before they appear on KelbyOne.
Rob is an adjunct faculty member of the Visual Arts Department at the New Hampshire Technical Institute, and co-owner of The Digital Photo Workshops. He is also a founding member of Stocksy United (a stock photography co-op). Aside from blogging LightroomKillerTips.com he also contributes to Photofocus.com, which has tons of awesome photography news and information.
Workshops will be held at the All Saints Parish Church
1773 Beacon Street, Brookline, MA (in the basement/Dining Room)
Corner of Dean Street and Beacon Street; near Cleveland Circle
• On-street parking (meters and free) is available
• Public Transportation: Take the Green “C” Line to Dean Street
Questions: Please email, Beth Luchner (email@example.com) with any questions about the workshop