Lightroom Classic CC for the Underwater Photographer
- 1.5 hours on-demand video
- Full lifetime access
- Access on mobile and TV
- Certificate of Completion
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- You’ll learn techniques that turn an ordinary underwater photo into an amazing work of art
- You’ll master the tools in Lightroom Classic CC to improve your underwater photos
- You’ll learn specific editing to correct problems encountered with underwater photography
- You’ll learn to organize and find files in Lightroom in a way that makes sense
- You’ll learn how to approach editing underwater photos that will save time and produce quality results
- PC or MAC
- Lightroom Classic CC (at least version 6)
- No previous Lightroom experience is required
It’s never been easier to bring along a camera on your next dive. Once you’ve taken the shot and identified the cool critter, what can you do to improve, store, and share the shot?
In this course you will find out what Lightroom is and how it can help you edit and organize images. In the Lightroom Class CC for the Underwater Photographer, master diver and underwater photographer Thom Robbins will offer an easy to understand introduction to this program.
If you’ve been avoiding Lightroom as something that seem overly complex or confusing, then this is your opportunity to explore its interface and find out how it works. Thom will teach you an entire workflow from start to finish.
Import and organize
Adjust and correct photos with the most common underwater photo errors
Export your photos for web, print or social media
Even if you have never used Lightroom before, Thom will help you develop a deeper understanding of the program and how it can play a role in your creative process for your underwater photos. Adobe Lightroom was designed to make post production easier, not more confusing. In this course for beginners, Thom will show you exactly how it can help.
- Any diver that takes pictures and wants to learn the basic Lightroom workflow quickly
- Divers interested in improving the quality of their photos
There is a record number of people scuba diving and enjoying the wonders under the water. Regardless of whether you are diving in a lake, ocean or off a live aboard in the most remote destinations, with a camera in your hand, a whole new set of possibilities open up when you dive. This ability to capture and then share your images means you can remember and show people the wonders that we as divers often see and take for granted. In this video we will cover some of the most common questions and a few key principles I teach in my local underwater photography courses.
Shooting RAW vs JPEG is a question that every photographer faces at some point. In this section we look at the differences between RAW and JPEG from a pragmatic real-world point of view
We take pictures underwater to capture beautiful images, but that’s only half the battle. Whether you have one or ten thousand images, you need a smart workflow to import, choose favorites, edit and deliver pictures to friends, social media or even clients. Lightroom is designed to help solve that problem and provide an easy to follow workflow. In this section we look at the Lightroom interface, so we can familiarize ourselves with the tools and module workflow we will cover in later sections.
Keywords are customer-added image metadata that describes the contents of a photo. They help you identify, search for, and find photos in the catalog. Metadata is a set of standardized information about a photo, such as the author’s name, resolution, color space, copyright, and keywords applied to it. In this video we look at how this is used within Lightroom