Adobe Lightroom Develop Module Workshop

March 03, 2015  •  Leave a Comment

Adobe Lightroom Develop Module



Dear photo friends,

The first Adobe Lightroom Series  workshop held last week was a great success.  Thanks to all who preserved through the many storms, cancellations and cold weather to come to the workshop.  The workshop was a great success and everyone learned a lot  about organizing rating and accessing their photos on the computer.    

I will be teaching the second class focusing on the develop module this month.  

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 vignetting 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.

Here is a testimonial from one of the students of the last class.

Thank you, John, for hosting the class!
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 hope you can join me for this workshop.  I assure you, you will learn so much.  

If you have any questions, please contact me via email at [email protected] or call 203-405-3329.

I hope to see you at the next class.

John Munno



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