Photo Editing – Adobe Photoshop Lightroom

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Unprocessed pictures are like half-baked cakes; learn how to make the most out of your images.
The workshop will cover the complete workflow, right from importing a picture from the memory to having a final processed output.

About the Trainer – Saurabh Chatterjee

Saurabh is an official Tester of Adobe Lightroom and works on the unreleased versions to provide inputs on the product.

Prerequisits – Laptops with LR5 (or higher version) installed. If you don’t have one, you can share with someone else.  Participants will be working simultaneously on the files for practice.

Next date – Saturday, July02nd, 2016, 8am to 2pm

To register, please fill this form

 

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Cost – Rs.2000/- (lunch not included)

Location

B 302, Skyline and Sterline Apts (new building in place of Skyline Theatre)
Basheer Bagh,
Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India
Landmark – Skyline Theatre / Talwalkar’s Gym
Detailed directions here

 

TOPICS

Importing – YOUR PHOTOS INTO LIGHTROOM
Choose Where to Store Your Photos
Folder Organization
Getting Photos from Your CameraIntoLightroom
Importing Photos Alreadyon Your Computer
Save Time Importing UsingImport Presets (and a Compact View)
Shooting Tethered (Go Straight fromYour Camera, Right Into Lightroom)
Creating Your Own CustomFile Naming Templates
Choosing Your Preferencesfor Importing Photos
The Adobe DNG
File Format Advantage
Creating Your Own CustomMetadata (Copyright) Templates
Getting Around Lightroom
Viewing Your Imported Photos
Using Lights Dim, Lights Out, andOther Viewing Modes

Library – ORGANIZE YOUR PHOTOS
Sorting Your Photos Using Collections
Organizing Multiple Shoots Using Collection Sets
Using Smart Collections forAutomatic Organization
When to Use a Quick Collection Instead
Adding Specific Keywords for Advanced Searching
Renaming Photos Already in Lightroom
Adding Copyright Info, Captions,and Other Metadata
Finding Photos Fast
Creating and Using Multiple Catalogs
From Laptop to Desktop:Syncing Catalogs on Two Computers
Backing Up Your Catalog
Relinking Missing Photos
Dealing with Disasters

Customizing – HOW TO SET UP THINGS YOUR WAY
Choosing What You See in Loupe View
Choosing What You See in Grid View
Make Working with Panels Faster & Easier
Using Two Monitors with Lightroom
Choosing What the Filmstrip Displays
Adding Your Studio’s Nameor Logo for a Custom Look

Editing Essentials – HOW TO DEVELOP YOUR PHOTOS
Upgrading from an Earlier Versionof Lightroom? Read This First!
Making Your RAW Photos
Look More Like JPEGs
Setting the White Balance
Setting Your White Balance Live
While Shooting Tethered
Seeing Befores and Afters
Applying Changes Made toOne Photo to Other Photos
How to Set Your Overall Exposure
Adding “Punch” to Your Images Using Clarity
Making Your Colors More Vibrant
Using the Tone Curve to Add Contrast
Adjusting Individual Colors Using HSL
Adding Vignette Effects
Getting That Trendy, GrittyHigh-Contrast Look
Virtual Copies —The “No Risk”
Way to Experiment
Editing a Bunch of Photos at Once
Using Auto Sync
Save Your Favorite Settingsas One-Click Presets
Using the Library Module’sQuick Develop Panel

Local Adjustments – HOW TO EDIT JUST PART OF YOUR IMAGES
Dodging, Burning, and Adjusting
Individual Areas of Your Photo
Five More Things You Should Know
About Lightroom’s Adjustment Brush
Getting Creative Effects Usingthe Adjustment Brush
Retouching Portraits
Fixing Skies (and Other Stuff) with a Gradient Filter

Problem Photos – FIXING COMMON PROBLEMS
Fixing Backlit Photos (Using Fill Light)
Reducing Noise
Undoing Changes Made in Lightroom
Cropping Photos
Straightening Crooked Photos
Great Trick for “Dust Spotting” Your Photos
Removing Spots and Other Nasty Junk
Removing Red Eye
Fixing Lens Distortion Problems
Fixing Edge Vignetting
Sharpening Your Photos
Fixing Chromatic Aberrations
Basic Camera Calibration in Lightroom

Exporting Images – SAVING JPEGS, TIFFS, AND MORE
Saving Your Photos as JPEGs
Adding a Watermark to Your Images
Emailing Photos from Lightroom
Exporting Your Original RAW Photo

 

To register, please fill this form

Online / 1:1 sessions / Group sessions can also be arranged on request.
For details please fill the form above and mention that you want to do Online session on Lightroom

 

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