By learning Lightroom, your photography will be taken to the next level, allowing it to stack up against pro-looking shots and your workflow will speed up considerably. You’ll be able to organize and process your photography with ease and reorganize any pictures you may have already imported in an easy to manage system.
Post-processing is an essential skill for keen enthusiasts or anyone looking to make photography their profession. This one-time investment will provide you with a structured Lightroom training course that will save you time by ensuring you get the thorough and accurate knowledge required to succeed.
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An explanation of Lightroom, post-processing workflow, fundamental tools, techniques, using RAW files and the differences between Lightroom and Photoshop.
It’s very important to get your photos organized first and have a system in place before you start using Lightroom. Here we will look at optimizing your folder system for use in Lightroom.
This lesson will help you to choose your preferences and understand best practices when using Lightroom in order to optimize and speed up your Lightroom and back up your catalog and images.
You will learn how to import, convert and organize your photos properly from the start. We will look at import options and the common files types you need to use when importing into Lightroom.
If you are going to be uploading pictures to the internet like website or social media, it is good practice to add your copyright and contact information into the metadata of the pictures.
When importing your photos from camera’s memory card into Lightroom, it is really important to rename them with descriptive names. Here we will look at how to create custom file naming templates.
It is the most important module for working after importing photos into Lightroom. You will learn how to view, manage, organize, sort, compare, and rate your photos in Lightroom.
This lesson will teach you how to organize your photos using face tagging feature. Lightroom uses facial recognition feature to help you find, and then tag, people easily.
Lightroom places your photos on a world map automatically. You will learn how to organize your photos based on location on the map and add GPS information manually if your camera does not have built-in GPS.
This lesson will teach you how to use Develop Module for fast and best result in editing your photos. You will also learn how to customize the order of tools found in the Develop Module for your own personal flow.
Lightroom allows you to create virtual copies of an image so you can work on more than one version at once. In this lesson you will learn how to work with virtual copies and understand the advantage of using them.
Lightroom comes with a number of built-in Develop module presets that you can apply to any photo with just one click. Here you will learn how to create and use presets to quickly change the look of your photos.
This lesson will teach you to understand when and why you need to jump over from Lightroom to Photoshop or another applications to accomplish what you need to do and create the proper workflow between both of them.
Here you will learn how to export your photos for different purposes like for printing, website, and publish to social media and also you will learn how to add watermarks to your photos.
After completing this workshop, you will be able to truly master basic to advanced post production techniques using Lightroom. We will recap all the stuffs you have learnt.