Introduction to Adobe Lightroom
This course is designed to allow professional photographers to manage, adjust and present large photographs. To ensure you harness the potential of Lightroom to dramatically improve the way you manage digital images, from raw capture to creative output.
Introduction Working with RAW files Understanding the interface Importing and organising images Using import presets Using Auto import The Library module Using the Navigator Understanding Grid View and Loupe View options Library module: keywords Applying keywords Keyword stamping Library module: organisation Using ratings and metadata Using Compare and Survey mode Using Collections Using the Develop module Interface and shortcuts Working with presets Understanding the Histogram Working with colour and tone Setting the White Balance Using the Exposure slider Using Fill light Understanding Saturation vs Vibrance The Tone Curve panel Split toning Working in black and white Develop module: features Lens correction Cropping Spot healing Red eye removal The Slideshow module Creating quick slideshows Background modifications The Print module Layout options Using the Overlays panel Draft mode printing The Web module Using the Labels panel Using the Appearance panel Exporting a web gallery Photographic workflow Crop, colour and tone Styling with colour, tone and HSL Output as slideshow, print or web Questions and answers
Monday 16 to Tuesday 17 October 2017