Lightroom 5 - The New Goodness

New programs, new features, and new business strategies from Adobe have been a major discussion point for Photographers lately. Lightroom has been updated, Photoshop has been updated and Adobe's business model has radically changed.
You may be asking, should I upgrade or should I begin a subscription?. Or perhaps you simply need to hold on to what you've got because the latest and greatest features simply don't impact your business.
In this session we will take a look at the new features Lightroom 5 to help you determine your next software move.

So if you're new to Lightroom or simply want to see what's new in Lightroom come along for a demonstration and get those burning questions answered.

David has been a part of the Adobe Certified Professional Program for 3 years and is an independent graphics consultant working with photographers and designers to develop and streamline their production workflow. With a background education of photography and design David moved to the U.S. in 1991 continuing his career as a photographer and process technician before the inevitable advent of digital.

With the digital arena in constant evolution, working primarily a a retoucher, David continues to work with larger organizations as well as individual photographers.

Adobe Certified Professional, Photoshop
Adobe Certified Professional, Lightroom
Phase One Certified Professional

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  • Mary K.

    Great presentation given by David Rogers pointing out some great new features of Lightroom 5.

    July 17, 2013

  • dan u.

    wow....sounds like a great opportunity for info on "5". sorry I can't attend and hope there will be info on our world famous fccp site about upgrade possibilities.

    July 11, 2013

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