THOSE MEMBERS WITHOUT LAPTOPS BUT WHO WOULD LIKE TO ATTEND THE WORKSHOP ARE NOW FREE TO SIGN UP. WE CAN HANDLE A TOTAL OF 40 PARTICIPANTS, SO ONCE THE MAXIMUM NUMBER IS REACHED, EVERYONE ELSE WILL BE PLACED ON A WAITING LIST.
Did you know Lightroom was designed for photographers, while Photoshop was designed for graphic designers? Do you want to increase your photography workflow? Do you want to learn the secrets that professionals use to make their images come alive? Come join us at the Lightroom workshop. Learn the fundamentals of the best software for photographers. We will answer these questions:
How do I keep my Library organized?
How do I add metadata to my files?
What is the quickest way to sort and rate my photographs?
What are the 4 basic steps to developing color?
Should I adjust white balance in the camera or in Lightroom or both?
What are the 3 ways to develop Black & White photographs?
How do I print contact sheets?
How do I create templates for printing?
All skill levels welcome. In this workshop we will be working exclusively with Lightroom 5. We will be hands on throughout the workshop, so bring your laptop computers equipped with Lightroom 5 with you. Sign up today, space is limited. We only have space for 20 laptops. Once we have 20 reservations from members with laptops, we will open the reservations for those who would like to attend and who do not have a laptop computer. Handouts will be available for everyone to take home.
Please respond to the question as to whether or not you have a laptop when you sign up.
Your workshop leader is Donald Woodruff, a longtime DDPM Member and photography teacher for several years.