Photographers with a range of skills and experience will benefit from these five days of learning to use Lightroom Classic to catalogue and edit their RAW photographs.
In this course you will cover the fundamentals of Lightroom Classic like using the Library and editing in the Develop module – all the way through to using masks, developing style and looks and making your own presets.
PLEASE NOTE: This course requires some prior experience using Lightroom.Enrol
Half day afternoons - Monday to Friday - 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Suitable for ages 16 to adult
Understand the layout and functionality of Lightroom Classic.
The Library module explained.
How to import images, view and rate them for editing.
To understand the use of collections in the Library module.
How to use the develop panel.
Learn the power of the editing tools in Lightroom’s Develop module.
The use of masks in editing.
How to develop a style or look, and make your own presets
To competently use flagging within collection sets.
Create virtual copies and make black and white images.
Create panorama and HDR images.
Make and use a watermark. Export for printing, Facebook and Instagram.
Participants must have used Lightroom Classic and have basic computer skills.
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Photography is about capturing a moment in time that may never happen exactly the same again. We record our lives, history and emotions through images. So to be ready, learn how to use your camera correctly.
Paul Tidey has worked in the photographic retail industry for the past thirty-five years and started Fundamental Photography twelve years ago.
Paul is a passionate and inspiring teacher who still gets excited about educating you on the joys of capturing that once-in-a-lifetime image. To make sure when it happens you are prepared and ready to go. Know your camera and have the ability and confidence to create your own masterpieces.
At Fundamental Photography, Paul offers digital SLR camera courses that cover everything you need to know about your camera.
How your camera works, how to set it up correctly utilising shutter speeds, apertures and ISO’s and how to get the results you are LOOKING FOR! It’s not just about cameras – this is a photography class, where you are taught about reading the light and composition and much much more.