We are happy and excited to announce that Stephen Bay, whom you may remember fondly from his excellent presentation in 2018, will teach a workshop for us. After our series of Lightroom workshops with Alexander S. Kunz, many of you have asked for the next step – going into Photoshop. Stephen has crafted a workshop that will precisely address this request. Due to the current restrictions on public gatherings, we have switched this into an online workshop (“webinar”). Continue reading if you’re interested.
After the first part of our Lightroom workshop series 2018 in June, about organizing photos, we’re now looking at Developing Photos in Lightroom.
We’re working in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC – the most recent version of the desktop software, but most of what we’re covering will also apply to older versions of Lightroom of course, as well as Lightroom CC, the cloud and mobile device version of Lightroom. The workshop is for Lightroom users who do have a basic knowledge and understanding of the software.
Just like in previous years, we’re using the summer months for our “Improve Your Skills” meeting, with a couple of short sessions in which the club’s own officers and members share knowledge, experience and insights. This year we have three sessions that cover a little bit of everything, as follows:
Our Lightroom workshops with the club’s own Lightroom tutor and vice president Alexander S. Kunz are back. This first workshop of the year is focused solely on organizing photos in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic CC. The workshop will help you stay on top of your photo organization and workflow so that you’ll never lose track again.
Please Note: This workshop is now SOLD OUT. We will have more workshops available in 2018. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic CC (or simply Lightroom, as we call it) is one of the most popular software packages to organize, manage and develop digital photos on Windows and Mac. In our workshop at the San Diego Museum …