In October 2017 we will be conducting a weekend workshop in Sydney. During this two day workshop, you will learn how to better use your camera to take great photos, as well as how to make those images ‘pop’ via the use of Adobe Lightroom. The workshop will be conducted by the team of David Burren (LuminOdyssey Photo Expeditions) and Michael Snedic (from WildNature Photo Expeditions).
David is an experienced wildlife/nature photographer and an Adobe Certified Expert in Lightroom, and has spent years teaching Photoshop and Lightroom at a tertiary level and to individuals and groups. Michael is also an experienced wildlife/nature photographer and tutor. Both David and Michael are members of the AIPP and are Accredited Professional Photographers. They have worked together for several years, conducting field and classroom workshops together in Australia and around the globe (including both North and South polar and sub-polar regions).
In this workshop you will be getting professional tuition from the team, both in helping you capture images in the field, and in the essential skills for managing and processing those images in Adobe Lightroom.
Hornsby Heights (Sydney, Australia)
Saturday 14th and Sunday 15th of October 2017
8:30AM to 4:00PM each day
$695 per person (for two days)
Topics covered include
We will start each morning with a 1.5-hour photography/camera session, followed by a morning tea break. The rest of the day, you will learn the following Lightroom techniques:
- Setting up a new catalog/library
- Structuring libraries for efficient workflows
- Organising Lightroom libraries across multiple computers
- Setting up basic metadata
- Basic and advanced Develop techniques
- Setting up camera defaults to optimise your work
- Importing/exporting photos (e.g. as JPEGs)
- Using Lightroom to manage your Photoshop workflow
- HDR, panos
Maximum 10 participants.
How to book
Please contact Michael on +61 408 941 965 or use this contact form. Do it ASAP, as places are limited and won’t last!