This series of 6 workshops takes the intermediate printer through the various stages of printing an image using the Lightroom Classic (desktop) application, looking at the different options and their impact on the final result.
Following on from the successful Landscapes and Lightroom Series, Roger Crocombe ARPS is offering two additional modules as a single programme. Module 1 focusses on colour theory as applied to printing, paper choices and their impact on the printer’s ability to reproduce colours through Soft Proofing. Module 2 focusses on tuning the Lightroom Print Module parameters to make the most of your print.
Each module is delivered through three mini 75 minute workshops. The price is for both modules and includes materials, as well as access to the Zoom recordings of each session to enable you to learn at your own pace.
As a Landscape photographer the discussions and demos are all focussed on land and seascapes from the Lightroom Classic “Beyond the Basics” Face to Face workshop adapted for online delivery. However, the skills and topics are relevant and transferable to all genres of photography.
The demonstrations are focussed on the subscription based Adobe Lightroom Classic CC, although most techniques equally apply to standalone Lightroom 6.
Module 1 is run over a week and Module 2, three weeks later.
Printing with Adobe Lightroom - Modular approach
Each Module in the series will be structured in the same way and run as three modules over a week as follows:
Workshop 1 runs on a Sunday starting at 10.00
Workshop 2 runs on a Tuesday starting at 10.00
Workshop 3 runs on a Thursday starting at 10.00
Materials and Zoom invitations are sent out prior to each Module to enable participants to load and review the contents.
Module 1 – Getting ready to Print
Workshop 1 – All about colour
Subtractive colouring versus additive colouring
Colour perception the different models
Hue Saturation and Brightness concepts and models
Printers and what they can and cannot print!
Workshop 2 – All about paper
The paper maze – jargon demystified
What does “quality” mean in paper choice
What does “finish” mean
What does “Whiteness” mean in this context
Mount colours – matching for paper choices
Workshop 3 Introduction to printer Gamut
Different papers different gamut – same printer!
Rendering Intents and Black Point Compensation
Paper profiles – why bother?
Soft proofing to test for out of gamut images
What to do with out of gamut elements
Module 2 – Getting the most from your printer
Workshop 1 – Print module overview
Page setup and impact on result
Print templates Single images and Picture packages
Rulers grid and guides
Workshop 2 – Tuning parameters in the print module
Page Setup and impact on printing
Print to file/printer
Printing Options in the Print Module
Profiles – obtaining them and installing them
Workshop 3 - Pressing the Print button
LrC print driver dialog items and what they mean
Paper profiles, how they drive the print dialogue
Third party papers and print driver templates
Specialist Black & White drivers
Common printing problems
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- Cancellation policy
Where participants are obliged to cancel their participation in a particular workshop, RPS South East Region may offer the following refunds:
Cancellation, more than four weeks before the event or workshop - Full refund.
Cancellation, less than four weeks before the event or workshop - No refund is possible, although contacting the workshop organiser immediately may enable the place to be transferred to someone else if the demand is present.
Cancellation once the programme has started, no refund is possible
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