This course is great for Lightroom beginners.
Adobe Lightroom is designed for photographers, and people that want to get more out of their pictures.
· Get Started with Lightroom Classic CC
· The history of Lightroom
· Lightroom versus Photoshop
· Shooting in Raw mode
· Importing photos for the first time
· Exploring the workspace
· Before and after: using filters
· Introducing the development module
· Using the crop and straighten Tool
· Removing spots
· Adjustments using the basic panel
· Adjusting the white balance
· Optimising photos with the histogram
· Basic color adjustments
· Improve contrast with tone controls
· Reducing high ISO noise
· Improve your monochromes
· Using graduated and radial filters
· Editing with the adjustment brush
· Editing graduated filters using masks
· Colour and tone camera presets
· Correcting lens distortions
· Before and after: developing your images
Who this course is for:
This is going to be a 10-week course with once a week zoom meeting for two hours, and the course will be given via the zoom meetings and there will be a handbook to use for you during the course.
There will be field exercises that need to be done during the week and delivered for the next lesson, so I can check them and prepare the lessons accordingly.
I need a minimum of 6 people to join our course, when I have ten people, we set a date to start the course.
Tell your friends to come to join our course, Lightroom CC for beginners.
The course cost will be including the PDF book (digital delivered) "Lightroom for beginners" : $199.00
Lightroom Classic gives you all the desktop editing tools you need to bring out the best in your photos. Punch up colors, make dull-looking shots vibrant, remove distracting objects, and straighten skewed shots. Easily organize all your photos on your desktop, and share them in a variety of ways.
With improved performance under the hood, Lightroom Classic lets you import photos, generate previews, and move from Library to Develop Module in record time.
Use range masking tools to easily select the areas or objects you want to edit based on their color, luminance, or depth.
Create HDR Panos faster now that you can merge multiple bracketed exposures into multiple HDR photos and then stitch them into a panorama — all in one step.