An online interactive workshop series for up to 8 people. Tickets will go on sale on 20 April.
Lightroom Classic is a fabulous image editor used by the majority of photographers worldwide. If you’re new to Lightroom (or fancy a refresher), this workshop is designed to teach you the fundamentals to get you off to a flying start! Split into three bite-size online sessions (2 hours each) join professional photographer, Mark Banks who will demonstrate Lightroom’s Library and Develop modules in a non-technical way.
Mark will demonstrate the following…
- 1st Session
- Importing images into the Library
- Library layout
- Viewing images and sorting by colour, ratings and flags
- Discussing logical folder hierarchy
- Organising images using the Collections module
- Metadata & keywording
- 2nd session
- Develop module layout
- Understanding the histogram
- Cropping and transforming
- Global adjustment toolsets
- Local adjustment toolsets
- Tips and tricks of processing
- 3rd session
- Creating presets
- Virtual copies and snapshots
- Understanding the history panel
- Using the HDR feature (for bracketed images)
- Using the panoramic feature (for stitching images)
- Exporting images
(Please note that printing will not be discussed as this is covered in Mark’s dedicated Lightroom printing workshops).
To take part in this event you will need a computer or laptop with a built-in or plug-in web cam and a good internet connection. You will need to know how to use your webcam and be able to ensure that your room is quiet throughout the workshop sessions. You will also need the latest version of Lightroom Classic CC.
Event times are stated in UK time.
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- Cancellation policy
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Cancellation by us
Event leaders are asked to make plans for alternative activities or locations in the case of poor weather and, in most cases, events will proceed despite poor weather unless, in the view of the event leader, the weather will lead to unacceptable safety risks or very little chance of successful photography. It is inevitable, however, that occasionally an event will be postponed or cancelled for this or another reason beyond the RPS’s control. If an event is postponed we will transfer your booking to the rearranged event, with the option of a refund if the rescheduled date is not suitable for you.
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Please note we are NOT able to refund any associated or consequential costs including but not limited to travel, accommodation, insurance premium or other costs incurred by you in order to attend the event.
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