In this four-week information-packed class on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, you will learn how to import, organize and perform simple and effective editing processes that will let you produce beautiful adjustments to your pictures.
Do you want to learn to create images that show the beauty of the scene you saw when you took the photograph? Do you want to learn the other essential side of digital photography, photo editing and get up to speed quickly?
During this class, you’ll learn the tools to give your images the color, detail, and mood that will make them pop. You’ll learn quick and easy editing tools with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom that will bring out the details, color, and contrast you saw in the scene when you first envisioned your photo.
This course is designed to get you up and running FAST in this incredibly powerful program.
This intensive hands-on, four-part online workshop will help you master Lightroom’s basics and some of its most sophisticated features. This class will give you an overview and working knowledge of this powerful, yet easy to use the software in easy-to-understand lessons.
Full Class materials for the four-week class include:
4 - 15 page PDFs sent out one week at a time
8 Tutorial Videos
E-mail access to your teacher, Holly Higbee-Jansen for any questions
Learn the basics and essential tools for successful photo editing in
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom
• Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic CC
(requires the Adobe Creative Cloud Photographer's Subscription)
(earlier versions of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom can be used, but some features are not available)
• A desire to learn and have fun!
Instructor: Holly Higbee-Jansen
Topics Covered in the Adobe Lightroom Online Class:
- Importing and exporting images
- Image organization
- Catalogs and Collections
- Navigating through the menu items
- Editing and keywording
- Working with Raw images
- White balance
- Balancing contrast with Highlights and Shadows tools
- Mastering curves
- Dodging and burning with the Adjustment Brush
- Sharpening and noise reduction
- Converting to black and white
- Presets for import
- Use of editing presets