Greetings Lady Photographers, As planned, Rebecca Benoit will present the second session of Lightroom (5). She promised that this will be even more fun!
We were unable to schedule this session sooner because of limited availablity at the Library. But we have lots to look forward to when the weather is quite rainy.
Lightroom 5 -
Editing - The Juicy Stuff
is an awesome file management tool and database, the magic really happens for
photographers in the Develop module. Here is where you adjust tone and color,
crop, straighten, fix perspective, convert to black and white, reduce noise and
sharpen and more. Local adjustments include an adjustment brush, radial filter
(new in LR5), graduated filter (you won't believe what this does to those washed
out skies!), and the hugely improved spot removal tool.
Join Rebecca Benoit of Pixelegacy for an in depth look at the LR5 Develop
Cropping and straightening photos
Fixing perspective with the new Upright tool
Adjusting color and tone
Reducing noise, sharpening
Targeting edits with the adjustment brush
Using the radial and graduated filters
Applying the spot removal tool
Correcting for lens and camera
Who Is This Class For?
This class is great for photographers who are thinking of getting
Lightroom, and those who already have Lightroom but need to get a better handle
on how to use it. Advanced users will also no doubt get some jewels!
What Do I Need To Bring?
The session will be more of a demonstration than an actual hands-on class,
however, you are welcome to bring a laptop with Lightroom already installed (you
can download a 30 day free trial if you like) to follow along if you like.
You'll take home a handout with guidance on the information covered.
(Also, I still have Lightroom 3 and I found the previous class still very helpful!)
BENOIT www.pixelegacy.com (http://pixelegacy.com/)
digital photography is the perfect storm for Rebecca Forbes Benoit, combining
her lifetime love of photography with her passion for teaching anything to do
with technology. Mostly self-taught (she reads manuals for fun), Rebecca has
worked with hundreds of computer users and photographers in the Pacific NW since
1995. She is known for her patience, good humor, and ability to break
down complicated concepts into digestible, useful information. Rebecca teaches
photography and software to private clients, as well as leads classes and
workshops for organizations such as Newspace Center for Photography and the
Sherwood Foundation for the Arts. She is an Assistant Organizer for the Portland
Vancouver Photography Meetup Group, Commissioner for the Beaverton Arts
Commission and member of our WLPT.