Former Adobe Evangelist, George Jardine has announced a Lightroom Workshop in Denver, next January.
Photograph © George A. Jardine
In January I’ll be conducting an intensive, one-day Adobe Lightroom workshop at the Lone Tree Civic Center in South Denver, Colorado. We’re tentatively planning for Saturday, January 23rd, 2010. (OMG…. where did 2009 go???)
In this workshop, you will learn:
– an easy-to-adopt, end-to-end workflow using Adobe Lightroom
– navigation tips and techniques for the Lightroom Library, to speed your image editing and asset management
– color correction secrets of the pros, for squeezing the very best photograph out of your digital exposures
– the basics of the Slideshow and Web modules, for streamlined output
– the basics of Photoshop CS4 integration into the Lightroom workflow
Bringing your own laptop computer is highly recommended!
While you can certainly follow along in this workshop without a computer, you will get the most out of it if you are working on your own laptop, hands-on. It is highly recommended that you bring a laptop computer, with a copy of the latest version of Lightroom installed. A free, trial version of Lightroom can be downloaded and used for 30 days, from here.
This workshop is perfect for any serious amateur or professional photographer who wants to get a solid foundation in the basics of Adobe Lightroom, all the way from the Library Module to the Web Module. If you live in Colorado and want to have a chance to learn Lightroom from one of the original Adobe Lightroom team members and the former Adobe Pro Photography Evangelist, then this workshop is for you.
Instructor George Jardine. Photograph © Jeff Schewe
This all-day Lightroom workshop will be $99, with a discount offered to qualifying Denver-area camera-club members. If you are interested in attending, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your space, or check back here for the final date and location to be posted before the end of December. Reserving your space with me in advance is highly recommended, as space will be limited!