Intermediate Photo Editing: Lightroom Classic CC

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Price: $129.00 /per person
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Before you can attend this Meetup, you must first pay and register here. (http://www.precision-camera.com/lightroom-102)

During this intermediate class, we will pick up where the basic class left off. We will dive into the local adjustment system, learn how to control the color and mood of your image using Lightroom’s color profiles and develop presets. We will learn how to speed up your workflow using the power of custom presets in the develop and export module.

Concepts Covered
Review of basic editing
Adjustment Tools
Using the adjustment brushes
Using the Graduated Filter
Using the Radial Filter
Color Editing:
Working with the basic panel in the Develop module
Using color profiles
Black & white, split toning
Presets
Using develop presets to create your look
Using export presets to speed up your workflow
Using keyword sets to quickly add keywords

Needed Supplies
A computer with Adobe Lightroom Classic CC installed and working. (If you don't own a laptop, just bring note taking supplies.)
A note pad or device for note-taking.
You may bring a laptop if you want to follow along with your own images; however, the instructor will not be able to provide computer, OS or application support.

Audience
This workshop is designed for photographers already comfortable with basic editing of their images in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC. The class will assume photographers already know how to import and manage their images and have a general familiarity with Lightroom Classic CC.

Schedule and Format
This workshop is three-hours long with a break around the midway point. Students are encouraged to interrupt and ask questions.

About the Instructor
Scott is a photographer based out of Cedar Park, Texas. He has a studio in his home and runs Scott D Photography with his wife, Jennifer. Scott fell in love with photography about 10 years ago while working in Chicago and began the long journey of learning all he could. His favorite subject continues to be the concept of "urban decay" and his business focuses on family and children portraiture.

Scott loves two things about photography. First, you can never learn it all. Second, the industry is brimming with other professionals willing and enthusiastic about guiding you through your next photographic adventure. Teaching has always been a passion for Scott, and he's thrilled to continue that passion.