Lightroom One Day Workshop

The Digital Photo Workshops presents a one-day immersion workshop covering the basics of Lightroom for photographers. This popular software from Adobe allows you to import, process, manage, and output your photos. Make the most of your time and streamline your workflow by learning to use this powerful photographic tool! This workshop covers the following:

Catalog Creation, Import, and Management  – Get started on the right foot by understanding the nature of a Lightroom catalog and how it relates to your photos. We’ll take the mile high view of a typical Lightroom workflow, then focus in on the Library module, where you can import, organize, rate, and add metadata to your photos. We’ll also take a look at the Map module and learn how to add your photos to the map in a variety of ways.

Processing  – Using the same image processing technology as Photoshop’s Camera Raw plugin, Lightroom’s Develop module is where the magic happens. As a workflow tool Lightroom combines image processing power with speed and efficiency, allowing you to get stellar results in less time. We will teach you how to make exposure and color corrections, crop, basic retouching, red eye reduction, sharpening, saturation, B&W conversions, round trip to Photoshop, and a whole lot more!

Output  – We will explore all of the ways Lightroom facilitates getting your finished photos out into the world, from delivering individual files to creating web pages and slideshows to making prints – we’ll cover it all!

What you need to bring  – This class is taught through careful instructor demonstration. Students may care to bring their laptop with Lightroom installed to add to their experience, but it is not necessary.

Some of the topics that will be covered include:

  1. Catalog creation, file Import, and essential file management
  2. Processing for great images
  3. Outputting images for all purposes
  4. And much more

All student's will leave with a PDF of notes compiled by the instructor and exclusive access to a series of Lightroom video tutorials to serve as a refresher of the class.

This is a workshop you won’t want to miss, so sign-up today!

Days & Times:
Friday, Oct. 16 from 9am-5pm Lightroom Training
We will be having a two day Photography Workshop on Saturday Oct. 17 thru Sunday, Oct. 18 2015 at Old City and the Southeast Rail Museum. To sign up for both the Lightroom Training and Photography workshop Click Here
 

Tuition:
Lightroom Workshop – $89
KelbyOne Member – $79
Alumni Special – $69

Space is limited BOOK NOW 

Host Hotel/Venue:
Embassy Suites
2815 Akers Mill Road, SE Atlanta GA 30339
678-460-2571
 

Workshop Instructors
Randy Van Duinen &
Rob Sylvan

Rob Sylvan
Hailing from New Hampshire, Rob Sylvan is a photographer, teacher, and author. Rob is also the Lightroom Help Desk Specialist for KelbyOne (formerly NAPP).

In addition to being on the staff at The Digital Photo Workshops, he is also an instructor for the Perfect Picture School of Photography, and lectures on photography related topics around the country.

Rob writes the “Under the Loupe” column for Photoshop User Magazine and is the author of Lightroom 5: Streamlining Your Digital Photography Process, Lightroom 3 Video QuickStart Guide, Lightroom 2 for Dummies, Taking Stock, several camera-centric books in the Snapshots to Great Shots series, and multiple eBooks covering various photography related software titles.

Randy Van Duinen
is currently an architectural and fine art photographer and photography instructor located in St. Petersburg, Florida. He has been a professional photographer for over 25 years and his photography is in hundreds of brochures for builders, architects and interior designers from around the country. His fine art photography is in the permanent collection of the Grand Rapids Art Museum and is in many corporate and private collections.

Randy is an award-winning photographer, both nationally and internationally. He was awarded the Silver Medal at the "World Photographic Cup" and was named the “2012 Photographer of the Year” by the Florida Professional Photographers Association. With over 50,000 images submitted, Randy placed first place in the commercial category at the 2013 Grand Imaging Awards, which is PPA’s International print competition.