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Photo Organization and Editing
Interested in organizing your growing library of photos? Looking for a user-friendly program for editing and organizing your photos? Join Nick Chill as he demonstrates some best practices for organizing and editing your photo library using Adobe Lightroom. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom is a powerful photo organization and editing tool. It is pivotal to many of today’s professional photographers’ workflows. Note: Nick will be demonstrating on a big-screen TV for everyone to view. You may bring your own laptop containing Lightroom to follow along, or simply come with pen and paper to take notes. A computer with Lightroom is not required to attend this class. Day 1: 4pm-7pm Day 2: 10am-1pm ** $90 registration required at:

Eagle Bluff Environmental Learning Center

28097 Goodview Drive · Lanesboro, MN

What we're about

My name is Nick Chill, I'm a professional photographer living in Decorah, Iowa. For about 10 years I've been practicing photography full time, doing wedding and portrait photography, and selling fine art prints and stock photos. I have been teaching photography classes and workshops since 2011, starting in Southern California, and now teach out of my Decorah studio and through Decorah Arthaus and Northeast Iowa Community College (NICC). Self-taught for the first 6 years, I have since expanded upon my skills with a Bachelors in Photography.

Join me for local (Decorah) digital photography classes and workshops, from beginner to advanced. Get the chance to learn with local peers, share ideas, and build your photography circle. Hands on experience is the best teacher. I have the knowledge, and the equipment, to help get you started.

I will lead classes on such topics as:

• manual photography

• composition and light

• outdoor photography

• studio lighting

• Lightroom organization and processing

• and more

Each short (single day) class is part of a 4-Level progressive learning process. You can take more than one class in any given level, but I recommend doing at least one class in each level before moving on to the next.

• Level 1 - Manual control classes

• Level 2 - Practical application and lighting classes

• Level 3 - Photo organization/processing classes

• Level 4 - Advanced technique classes

You can view my work at:


@nickchillnaturephoto and @nickchillphotography

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