|ABOUT THE WORKSHOPS
Beginner/Intermediate Workshop: 9am -12 noon
The bedrock of any Lightroom workflow is being in total control of your catalog, your photos, and any associated preview caches, templates, and presets. In this session, you’ll learn the fundamentals of this incredibly powerful tool — covering the Library and Develop modules where you manage, keyword, edit and enhance your images. Learn how to quickly and easily import, organize, edit, rate, and enhance your images, and how to work through large shoots efficiently with synchronized settings and presets.
Advanced Workshop: 1pm - 4pm
Lightroom’s primary purpose was to make the post processing workflow more efficient. You’ll learn how to leverage custom templates for importing, exporting, metadata application, how to create a custom default for raw photos, how to leverage the Library module to do batch processing faster and smarter, and how to tweak key program settings for better performance.
We’ll wrap up the class with a look at the more advanced aspects of post processing, such as getting the most out of the local adjustment tools (Adjustment Brush, Graduated Filter, & Radial Filter), streamlining your workflow between Lightroom and Photoshop (and back), leveraging the new Photo Merge tools, Mobile Lightroom, and more.
Beginner Workshop: $50.00
Advanced Workshop: $50.00
Attend both workshops: Beginner and Advanced: $95.00
REGISTRATION FOR THE WORKSHOP(S) IS REQUIRED by Wednesday, November 1, 2017. TO SIGN-UP...
1. Select the workshop you want to attend from the pull-down menu below.
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The workshops will be held at the All Saints Parish Church, 1773 Beacon Street, Brookline, MA
There is on-street parking on and around Beacon Street —both meter and free parking spaces.
Public Transportation: Take the Green Line (C):
Corner of Dean Street and Beacon Street; near Cleveland Circle
For those of you selecting to attend both the morning and afternoon workshops:
- You can bring your own lunch and refreshments.
- The church is a short walk to Cleveland Circle or Washington Square in Brookline where there are a number of restaurants and places to find food for take-out.
Beginner Workshop: None; the instruction will be based on the Adobe CC (Creative Cloud) version, the workshop will be applicable to Adobe Lightroom CS5 and up.
Advanced Workshop: The instruction will be based on Adobe Lightroom CC (Creative Cloud); there may be advanced features and functionality discussed that are only applicable to the Adobe Lightroom CC version.
For both workshops, you are welcome to bring a laptop computer, tablet, or other note-taking device (even paper and pencil).
Please contact Beth Luchner (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
About Ron 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.
Ron 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 Lightroomers he also contributes to Photofocus.com, which has tons of awesome photography news and information.