Lightroom for Photographers Course
Have you taken hundreds of pictures on your last holiday trip? Do you wish you could edit and perfect your photos in a fast intuitive way, then efficiently organise and share them? Then our Adobe Lightroom for Photographers course is what you’re looking for.
This will include how to name and organise your files, followed by an introduction to the Lightroom interface. We will then go on to take a look at the fundamental principles and actions of Lightroom, followed by a variety of hands on guided and individual practice.
Finally, you will learn how to resize, save and prepare your image for output.
Great course and absolutely amazing teacher! I have learned so much about how to use Lightroom and I feel totally inspired to take this further. I can now edit my photos and make them better!
The Lightroom course was very thorough and very interesting. I look forward to put everything I have learned to use. Gyuri was an excellent teacher.
Great day, really informative and answered all my questions. I feel liberated and not intimidated anymore by Lightroom. Thanks so much!
The course met my expectations completely, I feel confident that I will now be able to organise my workflow effectively and efficiently.
Very informative course, nicely informal and adaptive to audiences speed and knowledge. Thank you!
Lightroom training for Photographers
This full-day course normally runs from 10:00am to 4:00pm. There is one short lunch break, and one tea/coffee break.
During the course you will learn:
Our Lightroom for Photographers Course has two goals: first, to teach you how to organise and label the hundreds of digital images that you have, and second to introduce you to the extremely intuitive and creative editing interface that Lightroom offers. We will take a look at all aspects of the standard digital workflow: focusing on importing, organising, editing and then exporting and sharing your images.
During this 6 hour course, we’ll first develop an understanding of image formats (JPEG v. RAW) and the fundamentals of the digital image – the meaning of pixels, colour-depth and similar mysteries shall be revealed.
Please note we use Lightroom Classic CC version on our course!
Lightroom course outline:
- Getting to know the interface
- The Library module
- importing photos
- organising and tagging images
- using collections, keywords and filters
- comparing and rating your pictures
- change the composition and the aspect ratio of your images
- crop your images to reveal their full potential
- turn them into black-and-white images or adjust their colour spectrum
- apply creative filters to make your images come to life in unexpected ways
We’ll discuss the principles of image analysis and methods of non-destructive global and local adjustments of exposure, contrast and colours. We’ll talk about the importance of presets and how to use them productively and efficiently to automate processes.
- exporting images
- overview of file formats and their usage
- using right resolution and size
Lightroom offers numerous options to export and share your images, be it on social media, preparing an online photo book or saving amd uploading your photos in various formats. We’ll have a look at publishing your images for the web, Picasa and print.
|Course key facts|
great for all photography levels
optimal tutor attention
10:00am – 4:00pm
Wimbledon Art Studios10 Riverside Yard
London SW17 0BB
Offer valid Friday 23rd November – Monday 26th November 2018.
All Gift Vouchers purchased during the sale event will be valid for 12 months.
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About György László
György has been using Adobe Lightroom since version 0.99b.
He is a cinematographer and photographer of more years in these industries than he cares to remember. A former linguist, he is a graduate of one of the top ten schools for cinematographers, the Film and Television School FAMU in Prague, the Czech Republic.
György is our most senior teacher, he has been with us since 2012 and has taught close to 4000 students during that time.