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Lightroom 4 Workflow: Los Angeles
Thursday, June 14, 2012 from 9:00 AM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
This workshop is a step-by-step walkthrough of Lightroom 4, perfect for the beginner as well as those who have worked with Lightroom previously. The workshop is taught by Mark Wallace who is known for making complex principles easy to understand.
This workshop will give you an overview of Lightroom 4 and show you how to maximize it's potential by creating a workflow for importing, keywording, adjusting and exporting your images.
Topics covered in this workshop:
- How Lightroom keeps things organized - the catalog system
- The Library module: importing, keywording, metadata, organizing and more
- The Develop module: making global and local adjustments, using the tools, using and creating presets
- The Map module: organizing your photos geographically, privacy setting
- The Book module: creating a book from scratch
- The Slideshow module: creating a slideshow, creating presets, strategies for increasing your income using the slideshow module
- The Print module: creating prints, managing color, proof sheets for clients
- The Web module: creating galleries, ftp settings, uploading to a host
In addition to the modules Mark will be covering:
- Export options: creating presets for specific jobs
- Watermarking your images
- Using Publish Services
- Integration with Photoshop
- Tethered shooting
This is an information packed workshop. Don't miss out!
Lightroom 4 Workflow is part of a four-day event in Los Angeles! Check out the other available workshops:
Friday, June 15 - Digital Photography: Essential Training
Saturday, June 16 - Studio Lighting for Portrait Photography: Essential Training
Sunday, June 17 - Working with Speedlights
When & Where
Mark Wallace is a commercial fashion photographer based out of Phoenix, AZ who teaches workshops across the country.
He is creator and host of the web-based video series “Digital Photography One on One” and “How’d They Do That?” sponsored by AdoramaTV. Millions of people have watched Mark’s videos on YouTube, and the numbers continue to grow.
Mark also has a strong social media following on Facebook and Twitter, where he spends time interacting with viewers and workshop attendees.
Mark shoots commercial, travel, and stock photography as well as creating video content for many photography equipment manufacturers. His work is currently used by Shea Homes, Sekonic, PocketWizard, Profoto, iGo, Henan-Prosper, Ford Models, Allstate, National Public Radio, KB Home, The Scottsdale Police Department, The US Army and a very nifty coffee shop in Australia. Mark is the co-founder of Snapfactory studios.