“There is just not enough time in the day!”
Throughout the photographic industries there are a few programs that have become the standard. One of the newer programs in perspective to take a leading role with photographers is the stand-alone wonder, Photoshop Lightroom. The main cause of this is the ease of workflow from initial import to end export! Lightroom is a powerful program; however, it can be a confusing program to use. It is also the only software developed by Adobe by photographers, for photographers.
With Lightroom you no longer have to create complicating actions or write down settings to make batch edits. With its non-destructive editing abilities and potential speed you can use Lightroom to its fullest as a way to make the most of your time creating a more enjoyable and efficient editing experience.
In "Lightroom Basics" we encompassing many of the capabilities and uses of Lightroom that can make it the forefront of your editing workflow. We will be showing how many of the tasks that you depend on Photoshop for can be done within Lightroom to make for faster and smoother finishing of final images. How to easily and quickly make batch edits and exports of your photos will be shown and discussed as well as many other great tips and tricks that this program can be used for.
The team of Mark Alison Photography has pushed over 100 weddings and hundreds of other sessions through Lightroom from Version 2 on. That kind of real-world experience brought to this class cant be replaced by any Adobe certified instructor.
Whether you are already using the program or are thinking of purchasing it for the first time, this workshop is sure to give you the information you need to get you ready to make Lightroom your flagship editing program.
We hope to see you there!
The Focus Photography Workshop Team
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Additional notes: We are always glad to extend a credit toward another workshop if things don't work out for you.
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