Are your images in a mess? As a photographer, you probably have thousands of images stored on your computer or across multiple hard drives, and if you don't have a good system in place, finding the right one when you need it can be a needlessly time-consuming and frustrating process.
Here are five courses that will show you exactly how to get your image collection properly organized using Adobe Lightroom. In addition to that, our instructors Andrew Childress and Harry Guinness will teach you how to use Lightroom for image processing and correction, for applying particular effects, and more!
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This course is for photographers who want to take their digital workflow to the next level. In this course, you'll learn to make Lightroom work for you in managing your digital images. We’ll cover how to start your image collection, how to organize your photos, how to correct them so that they look their best, and more. If you've been considering Adobe Lightroom or are looking to sharpen your skills with the application, this course is for you.
Lightroom at Light Speed is about getting the most out of Adobe Lightroom in the most efficient way possible. If you made the switch and now want to get fast, this is the course for you! In this course you'll learn the tips, tricks, settings, and workflows to expedite your workflow.
By the end of this course you'll have developed a rock-solid, repeatable, and, most of all, fast approach to post-production. Although this course is targeted at high-volume shooters like wedding photographers and photojournalists, any photographer can benefit from learning to use Lightroom at light speed.
Wrangling a large digital image archive is difficult, especially as it grows. Managing your images in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom can help you keep things under control. In this course you'll learn expert photo library management skills to keep tens of thousands of images organized, instantly searchable, and safe.
There's no denying it: pictures made with film have a distinct and appealing look. Every film has its own feel, a set of characteristics that create a particular vision of the world that digital pictures lack.
In this course, you'll learn what makes the film visually unique and how to emulate the film look with your digital photos in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. Using a sample image, you'll learn how to approach building your own creative look with intentionality, consistency, and personality.
Adobe Lightroom is a powerful, easy-to-use image management tool, and in this course you'll learn how to use it to get your images organized. You'll learn how to organize your images into folders, consistently and in a way that makes sense. Then, you'll learn the skills in Lightroom that will allow you to divide and conquer your image collection.
This course covers skills such as keywording, image rating, filtering, and much more. If you've been putting off organizing your digital images, it's time to finally take them on!
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