Adobe Lightroom workshop-Digital Photography workflow & portraiture tips
Sunday, July 7, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)
What’s the point of making wonderful masterpieces and great memories of your vacations and trips but never be able to find those pictures when you want them?
A small investment in this software and training is a must for anyone who uses a digital camera.
This software isn’t just for professionals.
It is for everyone who uses a digital camera, even those using a smartphone.
Smartphone have a finite capacity for storage, so eventually you will download your images to your desktop’s huge hard drive.
So how are you going to retrieve and find those images?
Lightroom is the answer because it’s a powerful database that lets you search your images and also is a powerful photo editor though not as powerful as Photoshop.
For the class, you should bring:
- a laptop with Lightroom installed
- the power adapter because your laptop’s battery won’t last the duration of the class
- you might want to bring a camera with a portrait lens focal length between 80mm to 200mm
- card reader to download your images
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Street parking is easily available and is free. There is also a parking lot on the west side of the building or on the left as you are looking at the front of the Life Arts Center.
Is my registration/ticket transferrable?
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
What is the refund policy?
48 hours before the event, full refund
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
When & Where
Peter Phun was a staff photographer for the Riverside Press-Enterprise, where he covered the NBA finals, PGA events, too many wild land fires to name and just as many flash floods.
Getting a chance to meet different people from all walks of life during assignments was his favorite part of the job.
Currently, he teaches photography part-time at UCR Extension, Riverside City College, freelances, and is Mr. Mom to his two kids and ever-supportive wife.
He also writes a photography blog “The Pixels in Pete’s World”