Tuesday, September 14th, 6-8pm
In this course, we use specifically Adobe Lightroom Classic. (See below for more information.)
Recommended prerequisite: This class is solely on organizing your images in Lightroom. If you are looking to learn about editing and processing of images, we recommend our Editing in Adobe Lightroom classes.
Instructor: Mike Rice
Class Size: 10 attendees
If you have questions about the Library Module in Adobe Lightroom, how to organize your files, or want to figure out the layout of this program better, this is a good starting point!
Developed by photographers, for photographers, Adobe Lightroom provides amateur enthusiast and photographers with the necessary tools for basic image management and high-level image post-production.
This course focuses on how to organize your images for quick retrieval via keywords, ratings, and more, as well as giving a description on how to consider organizing your photos on your computer. Specifically, we will cover:
•Brief Computer File Management
•Importance of Keywords
•Attributes– flagging, rating, color coding
•Searching metadata to find images
Lightroom is an extremely robust and important manager of files, and knowing how to utilize it is paramount to being able to find and edit your images!
An important note about this course! There are now a few different versions of Adobe Lightroom right now. This course is specifically on Adobe Lightroom Classic. The other version of Lightroom, commonly known as “Adobe Lightroom CC” (yes, we understand you may be confused by this) is a more mobile and cloud-based program. The look and feel of the program is completely different– This course is specifically on Adobe Lightroom Classic. (See graphic on the right.) If you are unsure, feel free to email us at email@example.com. Important: If you are taking this course, make sure to download/update the program in advance, as you will not be able to download the program at the store. Older versions, such as Lightroom 5 or 6, are also acceptable, though not all functions will be available.
Updated COVID-19 Policies on Masks and Social Distancing
Hunt’s Photo Education is aligning with CDC and state guidelines. We strongly recommend, but will no longer require face masks for our indoor classes. All of our instructors will be wearing masks until further notice. We also ask that you maintain social distance of 6 feet from one another.
As always, if you are sick or feeling unwell, STAY HOME! We will gladly give you a credit towards a future class.
These guidelines will stay in place until further notice. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this time. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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What to Bring
•Make sure to bring your laptop with a power cable
•It is essential to have Adobe Lightroom Classic installed on your computer. If this is your first time using it, make sure you can open the program.
•If your computer requires an adapter for USB, make sure to bring it
•As always, bring your enthusiasm and creative thoughts!