Learn to manage and organize your photos with professional software.

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NOTE: This class will be held in a live, online format using the Zoom platform.
Class meets 1pm-4pm ET
This course is part of our Young Artist program, Open to all high school-aged students

After you capture all those terrific images – what do you do with them? How do you keep them organized? And how do you download that program from Adobe anyway? This short intensive will cover how to install the software after you’ve subscribed to Adobe, file management and organization of your images which is an essential part of photography, and post-processing those files.

This 3-day intensive will meet in the afternoon. Students will learn how manage their files, how to import images, create catalogs, how to organize images using Collections, Quick Collections, and rating systems. We will also work with all the tools in the Development module so that you are getting the most out of your images.

Students will need to have a computer capable of running Adobe Creative Cloud and access to Adobe Lightroom Classic through Adobe’s subscription program. (A Free 7-Day Trial is available here). Students will need a solid internet connection to attend class through Zoom with video and audio capacity.

Class meets 1pm- 4pm ET

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Instructor: Deanna Witman

Deanna (DM) Witman is a trandisciplinary artist working at the intersection of environmental disruption and the human relationship to place in the Age of the Anthropocene. Her creative practice is deeply rooted within the realm of the effects of humans on this world using photographic materials, video, and installation. DM is affiliated with Klompching Gallery, NY and Cove Street Arts, Portland. Recent interviews and publications include The Guardian, BBC Culture, WIRED, Boston Globe, and Art New England. She actively exhibits her work and has been recognized with grants from the Maine Arts Commission, The Kindling Fund, The John Anson Kittredge Fund, and the Puffin Foundation.