Starting in January 2021, I will be offering a series of webinars on Lightroom and Lightroom Classic.
Tickets are $50 per session, or you can save by getting the entire bundle. Also, watch for coupon codes!
January 20, 2021:
In this webinar, you will be introduced to the Library Module in LrC. We will cover all the necessities such as importing, keywording, searching for images. Most importantly, we will go over how the LR cataloging system works, how to properly organize folders and how to find your missing files.
January 21, 2021:
In this webinar, we will do a deep dive in organizing your photos in LrC. We will explore some of Lightroom Classic's more advanced features including smart collections, GPS location data and metadata manipulations. We'll also cover batch operations, automation, as well as image backup strategies.
February 3, 2021:
In this webinar, you will be introduced to the Develop module and we will cover the powerful editing tools that Lightroom has built its name on. We will also discuss the creative thought process that goes behind photo editing and talk about the best practises to apply when enhancing images.
February 4, 2021:
In this more advanced webinar on photo editing with Lightroom Classic, we will explore the various ways you can speed up your editing workflow by synchronizing and automating your edits. Learn how to create stunning black and white photos, and find out how to use masking tools on local adjustments.
February 17, 2021:
This webinar will introduce you to Adobe Lightroom (the new version of Lightroom, not to be confused with Lightroom Classic). Learn how photos are imported and stored in the cloud, how to find and organize images, how to edit and how to easily switch from one device to another to access your photos.
February 18, 2021:
We will explore the many ways Lightroom Classic users can benefit from the new, cloud based version of Lightroom. You will learn how to use both versions of Lightroom together to capitalize on your Creative Cloud Photography plan, and how to access and work on your LrC images when on the go.