Introduction to Lightroom’s Library Module: Thursday, February 17, 2022

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Introduction to Lightroom’s Library Module: Thursday, February 17, 2022

This three hour, online workshop hosted by Metro Denver Photography Group offers an introduction to Adobe Lightroom. Lightroom is a subscription model based cataloging and editing software and the world’s most used photographic post-production software. Students will receive a digital pdf of all presentations and have an opportunity to ask questions.

NOTE: Training is in 2 sections; $17.00 for both sessions
Training will also be recorded and will provided to only those registered.

Topics covered include:
Which Lightroom is best for you? The cloud version or the desktop version?
Which Lightroom subscription plans, which one is right for you?
Working with Creative Cloud Adobe’s delivery platform
Introduction to Lightroom’s User Interface, and viewing your photographs
Options for Setting up your first Lightroom Catalog
Catalog Structure for quickly finding your photos
Culling your work – Best practices for selecting and identifying your best work
Importing and Exporting photos to and from Lightroom
Understanding how Lightroom uses Image Previews and its non-destructive data base
Why Monitor Calibration matters and how to calibrate your monitor
Why Raw photographic files are better for image editing than Jpeg files
Lightroom’s Preference Settings

About the Instructor
Frank Varney has been an active corporate location and fine art photographer, and a collegiate level photography instructor for over 30 years. Frank is currently an Assistant Professor at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, and was assistant instructor for the National Geographic Expeditions Wyoming’s Cowboy Country Photography Workshops. Frank holds an MFA in Photography from Maine Media College and a BA in Communication Arts from University of Denver. His work has appeared in AARP The Magazine, ELLE, Glamour, First for Women, and Ladies Home Journal, and books including The Book of Alternative Photographic Processes and Photography for the 21st Century.