209 E Sheridan St
Tuition: $60 Materials: $10Saturday, April 27, 2019 9:00 – 12:00Sunday, April 28,2019 9:00 – 12:00
This class is for any photographer who wants to make their photos look better. Whether you are a beginner or advanced photographer, this class will help you to better understand Adobe’s popular photography editing program Lightroom. All photographers need to organize, edit and share their photography. Lightroom can do it all…well, almost all.
Whether you photograph your family and pets, close ups, landscapes, flowers, animals, or lakes and rivers, Lightroom can be used to manage and improve your images.
This is a hands-on class. We will explore many of the most important tools in Lightroom. Key topics include but are not limited to Import, Organize and Rank photos, Basic Editing Tools, Advanced Editing Tools, Lightroom Workflow, Adding Watermarks, Exporting Photos, and much, much more.
No experience with Lightroom is needed. Learning will be enhanced if you are able to bring your computer with Lightroom installed. There will be plenty of time for your questions. I’ll provide sample images to work on
About the instructor: Les spent much of his working career teaching photography to adult non-photographers. He has taught photography seminars from one hour long to five days long. He has taught a two-day session at the International Wolf Center as well as presented an “Editing Your Aurora Images” session at the Aurora Summit 2017 in Two Harbors. He knows how to simplify explanations, using real world examples so that all learners understand the content.
Les says, “The night sky never ceases to amaze me. We are very lucky to live with some of the darkest night skies around!” Les is a local artist/photographer who focuses on the beauty of the natural world around us. Les spent his working life photographing portraits of people. Once retired, Les moved north to the Echo Trail. He currently focuses his lenses and attention toward nature, wildlife and landscapes with particular attention to the night sky.