Edit: Taking Control of your Lightroom workflow
with Robin Ward
June 8, 10-4
Have you been wading through keywords and collections in your Lightroom Catalog? Have you been editing by guesswork and hopes and wishes? Would you like to feel like you had a better grip on your photography workflow and editing process? Join us for a one-day workshop to help you gain control of your Lightroom experience.
Edit & Organize
Making Lightroom work for You
In this one-day workshop, you’ll learn how to take control of your Lightroom workflow. From simple organizational tips to basic editing guidelines, unearth the secrets of this powerful editing tool to make it work for you. With Robin’s expert and supportive guidance, you’ll learn how to organize your photographs intuitively, simplify your editing workflow, develop systems that work for you, and even prepare your images for print.
With ample time for hands-on practice, you’ll have the opportunity to use the editing techniques you’ve learned to take your images to the next level. Join us as we gather in a warm and intimate setting for a fun-filled day exploring all that Lightroom has to offer.
Practical lessons will be offered in conjunction with the time and space to explore editing your own images while Robin is available to answer any questions that may arise. This, combined with the opportunity to get to know each other over a delicious and satisfying meal, will make for an enriching experience. Come away with new skills and new friends as well as a day spent nourishing both your body and your creative spirit.
booking and investment
Edit: Taking control of your lightroom workflow
What You Need to Bring:
Your own laptop with Lightroom CC Classic
Images ready to edit (either on the computer or on an SD card)
Lots of questions!
A comprehensive lesson on the fundamentals of Lightroom
Demonstrations of simple editing techniques and workflow
Plenty of hands-on time to practice organizing and editing your own photos
A delicious and nourishing lunch and a sweet treat to fuel you up before you go