Digital SLR Courses
Courses for Dslr Cameras, Photography, Photo Editing, Photoshop, Lightroom
One of the best ways to learn Lightroom is by working through realistic workflows with your actual images. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own shots which we can use as example import images to take you through real world workflow scenarios.
We start by taking the time to explain how Lightroom actually works!....This is not always covered adequately by some courses and is very important. We then show you how to get set up with several options to suit different attendee workflows. Then the import and organising stage is covered allowing you to quickly and easily find your images at any stage in the future.
Editing. Ligtroom is an excellent editor - and we spend much of thecourse on this, highlighting the fact that Lightroom edits are non-destructive - you can make a wide range of changes to your images - Lightroom does not touch the originals but saves the details allowing you to undo or modify them at any time. We work through multiple examples of this in practice during the course, followed by numerous export scenarios for different end uses such as print, web, slideshows etc. Plenty of tips for organising your images too.....
Once you receive your confirmation, please feel free to email some information about your interests and current version of Lightroom (if any) along with any particular areas where you would like help emailNews
Tony L, Wiltshire, Recent attendee, Lightroom course (also attended Phot Editing Course) Photo above courtesy Tony L, Wiltshire
Mr A Woods, previous attendee, Lightroom Course 1 to 1
Course covers Lightroom 4, 5, 6, 2015, Classic, CC
Course tuition is run in Newbury, Berkshire, within easy reach of London, Hampshire, Oxfordshire, Wiltshire, Middlesex, Hertfordshire, Surrey. We also receive attendees from further afield including Kent, Essex, Bedfordshire, Gloucs, Dorset, Somerset, Devon, Cornwall and South Wales
9th Feb - full
1st Mar - Available
Once you receive your confirmation, please feel free to email some information about your interests and current version of Lightroom (if any) along with any particular areas where you would like help