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Adobe Lightroom - What is it and do I need It?

For those not familiar with Adobe Lightroom this free half hour tour will take place just before our first of a series of classes on this powerful photographer tool. It will be very cursory - a chance to get a sense of what it can do. This is for people that may not currently have or use Lightroom but are considering getting it or maybe have it but haven't taken it out of the box yet.

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  • Bill K.

    Ken gave good reasons for jumping into Lightroom. I am already using it some. Now it is time to learn how to use it efficiently.

    November 19, 2012

  • Cyndy A.

    Ken presented a lot of information and stayed right on schedule, yet was still able to patiently & politely either answer or deflect questions until later. This was my first meetup, and I was happy I attended, Ken's material was well organized. The facility's new overhead screen and laptop benches were very helpful. My biggest concern beforehand was that I don't own a laptop, but happily, that didn't matter. Thanks, Ken, for the low fee for a great experience. I learned a lot!

    November 19, 2012

  • Billie H.

    I know I do need Lightroom. What a powerful tool. Now to get down to business and use it!

    November 18, 2012

  • peggy r.

    It was very informative.

    November 18, 2012

  • A former member
    A former member

    Glad to see the interest. I suggest that those who really want to learn the program buy the program and Marin Evening's book. LR4 could solve all the DAM issues and most of the PP problems. It edits, publishes and organizes better than any previous edition.

    October 17, 2012

    • Ken S.

      What is DAM and PP?

      October 17, 2012

    • A former member
      A former member

      Shows why your class will advance the quest for more efficient and effective shooting. DAM-digital asset management, one of LR4's strongest assets. What do you do with your shots after you take them? How do you find them and organize them. PP-post processing, a skill devoutly to be wished, but one which could be avoided by better shooting. How do you make them look like what you want them to look. And then there is the publishing-printing, blurb, social media, and the ever too present attachment on an e-mail.

      October 18, 2012

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