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Adobe Lightroom - Fundamentals   NEW!

Do you have hundreds of amazing images sitting on your computer, just screaming to be organized and edited? Is Lightroom loaded on your computer, but you have no time to figure it out? Does it take you days to find that one photo you need?

Are you READY to learn how to Quickly and Easily “Import – Sort – Organize – Enhance - Export” images? With Lightroom, you have numerous tools to enable you to rate, keyword, group photos, adjust multiple photos at once, and find photos. Then, fine-tune exposure, correct color, remove unwanted objects… and a TON more… so your photos reflect the way you remembered the scene. Plus, experiment and create unique imagery by developing your artistic vision.

Join me and be WOWED! Together we’ll unleash the power you have at your fingertips to make your images come alive and your growing photo collection manageable.

- NAVIGATE LR’s powerful Organizing Tools to MANAGE your hundreds of images
- USE LR’s Develop Module Techniques to ADJUST and ENHANCE images
- INTEGRATE with Photoshop (or Elements), where additional retouching, filters and compositional adjustments can be applied.
- EXPORT for printing or viewing online

** Please note, this is a Lightroom class, with a “few” quick trips into Photoshop or Elements for additional enhancing, retouching, and composition. It is NOT a Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, or Photography class.

Skill / Experience Level: Basic computer proficiency and basic digital camera experience.

“Lightroom is integral to my photography business workflow, I don't know what I would do without it! I was a Lightroom 1.0 public beta-tester for Adobe prior to the first release of the program. Lightroom has been an integral part of my digital workflow since then.” Barbra Kates


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