Lightroom Workflow Digital Photography Management & Editing.
What you'll learn
- Students will be able to setup a new catalog with their workflow in mind
- Students will be able to locate specific photos quickly and easily, even if the images were shot a long time ago
- Students will learn how to quickly edit multiple photos in a short amount of time
- Students will learn by watching my workflow, selection, and editing process. Images will be included for specific sections
- Students will learn how to share their images for web and print
- Students will need Adobe's Lightroom Software, and it doesn't have to be the latest version
- Students will need to be willing to be creative
- Students will need some of their own photos to experiment with.
- Students will need a Windows or Apple Computer
- Students should be motivated to improve their digital photography.
Welcome to the Digital Photography Editing Workflow with Lightroom Classic. I've been working with Lightroom for over a decade now as a professional photographer, and I've got to say that developing my workflow has saved me immense amounts of time over the years. Lightroom is not only a powerful editing solution for your digital images, it is the best photography asset management system out there to date.
In this course we'll talk about setting Lightroom up from scratch if this is your first time using it. We'll review the core interface and spend almost all of the course time in the Library Module and Develop Module. For most digital photographers, professional or amateur, the Library and Develop Modules are everything. And for most photographers using Lightroom, you won't need any other software beyond Lightroom to make compelling edits to your photos.
Over the course of the lectures in this class you'll learn how to import images properly, including Keywords and additional Metadata applying your copyright to all of your images. We'll walk through navigating the Lightroom Interface together. And we'll also walk through the Develop Module as well. We'll spend some time editing a few images, and taking a few poor quality images and breathing some life into them.
By the time you've completed the course I believe you'll have a firm grasp of how to navigate Lightroom, find and catalog your images, and you'll have a level of comfort with editing that will allow you to start being more creative with your images. With Lightroom you'll feel confident about making minor edits all the way through creating heavily edited works as well. And throughout the course I want you to remember, these are your images and you should be as creative as you like while working on them in Lightroom.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in improving their skills with Adobe's Lightroom
- Digital photographers who want to streamline their editing process
- Digital Photographers who want to learn how to improve their images in post processing easily
- People interested in Drone Photography and editing as well.
Since the 90's I've been involved in the Tech industry in one fashion or other. For a decade I was in Telecommunications working with Sprint PCS, AT&T Wireless, and US Cellular. During my time with the big carriers I spent a lot of time creating training packages for technicians and engineers working on wireless switches.
Since 2006 my focus switched toward smaller imaging business topics. Digital Photography, image editing, drone work, 360 imaging and more. Additionally I've been developing websites for RV Parks and Resorts in the Southwest. I've taken my interests in travel and imaging, and merged them together into my small business today.
I have tied my network engineering knowledge together with more artistic endeavors in order to create RLC Design Services. And now I'm bringing some of my skill sets to Udemy. If you're interested in effective website development, SEO, photography, and drone photography keep an eye on my new course offerings.