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Lightroom Beginning   

Lightroom is fun. Yup! For example, Lightroom saves your work continually. You never have to press Ctrl + S or Cmd + S. There’s an obvious workflow built into Lightroom: 1, 2, 3, and you’re done. Ease of use and comprehensive features make Lightroom a good choice. In Lightroom, activities are gathered into modules. You can easily organize your photographs into collections (albums) using the Library Module. Developing your snaps is a snap with Lightroom using the Develop Module. We’ll spend most of our time in the Library and Develop modules. We’ll also look at other modules, such as Book, Slideshow, and Print. There’s a free trial available. Lightroom 6 can be purchased outright (about $143) or can be rented monthly as part of the Lightroom Creative Cloud (about $10 monthly). For more information, go to http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop-lightroom.html. Students may use a computer in the lab or can bring in a laptop. If using a school computer, you'll need a large-capacity flash drive. A 128 MB flash drive is about $28. Windows users can use a flash drive or an external hard drive. Prerequisite: Basic computer knowledge.

 

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