Lightroom Workshop – September

Because our second Lightroom workshop was filled to capacity with people on the waiting list, we decided to continue holding them monthly as long as the demand continues. The next workshop with be Thursday, September 17th.

Experience in Lightroom is not required, I have had attendees that are opening Lightroom for the first time, and others who use it daily.

We will cover the following:

Library Module
– Essentials
– Processing Images
– Metadata
– Finding and Sorting with Filters
– Exporting Images

Develop Module
– Basic Panel
– Tools
– Adjustment Brush
– Modifying Tone Curve
– Using HSL and Color
– Creative Adjustments

Slideshow Module
Print Module
Web Module

When: Thursday, 09.17.09 at 9:30am
Where: 417 Sherwood Drive, Beaver PA 15009
Who: 6 participants
Investment: $195 per person, lunch and refreshments provided

A laptop with Lightroom Version 2 is required. If you currently don’t have Lightroom, you can download a free trial from Adobe’s website . There is one extra laptop available to anyone who may not have one.

Anyone who takes photos will benefit from this workshop. You will gain more confidence regarding your workflow, file organization and output, and also become more efficient so that you can spend more time shooting!

Please contact us ASAP as space is limited.

  • curlysueph

    these pictures are the most beautiful ones i have seen in a long time. i am referring to the silberstein/cohen wedding on august 16, 2009. i am marc,s aunt in arizona. i would like some pictures that are on the slide show how do i get them? please let me know.

  • Heather

    Hi Vicki, thank you for your kind words!! Approximately 4-6 weeks from the wedding, all of their images will be accessible via the link below, the passcode will be Marc's last name.

    They will be posted into an online shopping gallery where you can order prints. I tried to reply to your email, but it was returned undeliverable.

    Thanks! Heather

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