Photo Editing Workshop
How to Edit Your Photos in Adobe Lightroom
This class is for amateur photographers to learn how to edit their photos using Adobe Lightroom. We’ll cover the basics and get more into advanced techniques like brushes and presets.
The next workshop is on hold. I’m developing an online version of this. Private lessons are available (use the contact tab above).
If that date doesn’t work for you, you can click here to subscribe to my workshop mailing list to be notified of future workshops or see how you can book your own private workshop or one-on-one lessons.
Who is this for?
This workshop is aimed at photographers who haven’t used Adobe Lightroom before or who are looking to understand it more. This is a great course for those who have taken my beginners’ photography workshop to extend their photography abilities.
Note: This workshop will be limited to 5 participants to allow for necessary questions and personal attention.
What You’ll Learn
- What the basic menu items and develop panel settings in Lightroom do
- What the difference is between editing jpeg and RAW photos
- An overview of advanced techniques like using brushes, spot removal, skin retouching, and presets
- I’ll take several photos from unedited to fully edited and you can follow along on your own computer
What to Bring
- A laptop with Adobe Lightroom installed. You can sign up for a free trial or one month subscription here.
Where is the Workshop?
The workshop will take place at my home office, which is near Mayfair Shopping Centre in Victoria.
Note: there is a cat at the workshop location, so if you’re allergic and can’t take any medication for it, see the date section above for info on setting up your own workshop.
What is the deadline for signing up?
Registration will be taken on a first-come-first-served basis and payment is due at the time of registration. Most workshops fill up 1-2 weeks prior to the workshop date.
Cost and How to Sign Up
The price is $50 plus GST. This is the second time I’ll be running the workshop, so the cost may go up in the future. The end time is approximate.