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January 04, 2016  •  1 Comment

Adobe Lightroom Photography Software Workshop Series

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Storing, cataloging, developing and sharing your photos with Adobe Lightroom

Wonder what to do with your photos after you have them in camera?    Struggle with finding and cataloging the photos you have in your computer?  Want to change the exposure of your photos and do some editing to help your photos come out as they appeared to when you took them?   Need to change your photos sizes for outputting to various sources such as photo contests, facebook, emails, web use and printing?  If you answered yes to any of these questions then this workshop series is for you. 

Lightroom is a fantastic and powerful photography software because it has the ability to do it all- everything you need to accomplish in your photographic workflow  from cataloging your photos, to developing, printing, outputting  and  resizing as well as making photo books, slideshows and much more.  This all-in-one program comes at a very affordable price and is very user friendly. 

Course 1:  Lightroom’s Library module 

Thursday,  January 28th,  7:00 pm

In this first workshop you will learn how to take your photos from your camera to the computer including how to create folders and collections sets to help store and retrieve your photos.  You will learn how to use keywords and rating systems to help locate and use your favorite photos. 

Course 2:  Lightroom’s Develop module.

Thursday, February 4th,   7:00 pm

In this workshop I will go show you how to maximize your photo’s potential with the many development options in Lightroom including exposure, white balance, saturation hues and color balance as well as adding vignettings to your photos and cropping.  I will also go over how to use the adjustment brush and graduated neutral density filter to make local adjustments on specific areas of your image.

Course 3:  Printing, exporting resizing and outputting

Thursday, February 11th, 7:00 pm

In this course I will teach the various options and methods for outputting and resizing your photos for specific use such as contests, web use and social media, emails, and finally using the print module in Lightroom to make your prints come out how they look on the screen.   

Class Information:

Each class can stand alone but I would recommend taking all three to get the most out of Lightroom and learn all that you can do with the wonderful photos you take.    The class dates are Thursday January 28th, Thursday, February 2nd, Thursday, February 11th. Classes will begin at 7:00 pm and go for about 1.5 hours.   Class fee is s $25.00 per person per class or sign up for all three for $60.00  For more information or to register contact me at 203-405-3329 or email johnmunnophoto@gmail.com.

Classes will be held at my studio at 254 Lakemere Drive, Southbury, Connecticut 06488

 

Review from previous student:

"I am participating in the Lightroom Class with John Munno which contains 3 modules. The first module, Lightroom Library, is an essential first step in beginning the post-processing activity. John demonstrated his actual procedure when he loads his photos into Lightroom from the deleting of poor shots to the rating of the photos that were the ones that he would use to edit and keep. The organizational process for sorting the photos by subject, interest was a main focus. Knowing these first steps really helped me to sort through my photos and put them in proper folders so that they will be very easily accessible. I am very much looking forward to the Editing Module! Thank you to John for providing this easy, fun and affordable way of learning Lightroom!"

 

I look forward to helping you organize, catalog, develop and use your photographs easily and more enjoyable and taking your photography to the next level.

It will be lots of fun.

Sincerely,

John Munno


Comments

1.Donna Atkinson(non-registered)
Will you be giving any more classes starting this March 2016?
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