Lightroom Workflow: Tips and Tricks for Increasing Production | April

Lightroom Workflow: Tips and Tricks for Increasing Production

Date  |  Sunday April 15, 2018

Time  |   10AM – 5PM

Location |  Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC)

1070 Bannock St.,  Denver, CO 80204

Cost  |  $210 Non-Member   $189 Members

Instructor  |  Frank Varney

Skill Level  |  Beginning to Advanced – some previous Lightroom and Photoshop experience required

This workshop is for the intermediate to advanced Lightroom user who wants to speed up, refine, and perfect their postproduction techniques. This workshop is designed for the photographer who wants to increase their postproduction time and decrease the time the sit in front of a computer screen.

Workshop Topics:

  • Creating you own postproduction workflow, one size does not fit all
  • Using and building camera profiles to speed postproduction
  • Creating Presets to reduce workflow time
  • Techniques for using the Sync and Previous commands to apply corrections to
    many images at once
  • Importing techniques that speed up postproduction
  • The importance of monitor calibration and how to calibrate your monitor
  • How to soft proof image files for consistent and critical output
  • Correcting digital artifacts such as noise, sensor dust, chromatic aberration and
    lens geometric distortion
  • Local adjustment tricks to refine your image with the adjustment brush, radial
    filter, graduated filter, and spot removal tool
  • Use the Edit In and Photo Merge techniques for editing files in Photoshop and
    creating images from multiple files are demonstrated.
  • Tools for increasing image correction speed
  • Tips for backing up and archiving work
  • Lightroom Mobile workflow
  • Location work flow

Required Equipment:

  • Digital Camera
  • Lightroom Software
  • Laptop with Power Cord