Make Lightroom your workflow tool.
Capturing your images is only the first step in making great digital images. Post processing, file management and organization of those images is an essential part of digital photography and there is no software package better suited for digital photographers than Adobe Lightroom.
In this intensive, information packed 2-day workshop, students learn how Lightroom handles files, how to import images, create catalogs, how to organize images using Collections, Quick Collections, and rating systems.
Once students learn the importance and basics of the many organization functions we move into the fun parts! We place a particular emphasis on the library and develop modules of Lightroom to provide you with the essential skills to optimize your images while honing your craft and make them look their best.
Prerequisite: A basic understanding of computers and the Macintosh operating system is encouraged. This class will be held in one of our digital classrooms, Macintosh computers, and sample images will be provided.
Lunch each day is included. Lodging is available on campus $75/night, private room & bath.
Header Image Credit: Aidan Bliss
Instructor: Terri Lea Smith
Terri Lea Smith is a freelance photographer and videographer from the Phoenix area. Originally born and raised in Alabama, she has a love of documentary work inspired by the people and landscape of the Southeastern U.S. that call attention to the color and richness of life. This love of culture and photo essays blend with ventures into food photography. She has produced documentary and commercial work for companies such as International Rescue Committee, USA Today, Flavorpill.com, Arizona State University, PHOENIX magazine and Global Family Philanthropy.