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Course Overview


COURSE TITLE: Adobe Lightroom Course
COURSE LEVEL: Beginners
COURSE TYPE: Editing


This course is designed for those completely new to editing who are looking to learn the basic principles of editing.

This post production course will provide an overview of the Adobe Photoshop Lightroom software, providing a full walkthrough guide to enable students to take their photos from import, develop and export. 

The course will be taught in a hands on manner, with students watching a demonstration by the tutor then repeating the process themself, with time for Q&A.

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DAY DATE TIME
Saturday 16th February 2019 2pm-6pm
Saturday 12th October 2019 2pm-6pm
By the end of this course students should be able to

  • Learn the quick and effective way to edit your photos
  • Retouching: Improve the brightness, colour and contrast of your images
  • Batch Edit: Edit large numbers of images in one go
  • Exporting: Preparing your finished files for upload and printing
  • Understand the basics of composition
  • Understand focal length & lens types
  • Have basic knowledge of shutter speed, aperture & ISO

  • DURATION:
    1 class
    1 day
    4 hours per class



    CLASS SIZE:
    4-6 students


    RECOMMEND EXPERIENCE
    No prior experience is required.
    Suitable for beginners.


    REQUIRED EQUIPMENT:
    Laptop
    Any version of Lightroom*
    *Free trial available via Adobe website

    Course Progression:

    As a fundamentals level course the recommended course progression would be either to the next practical course in sequence, or to reinforce the learning with a classroom or editing course.



    Beginners Walking Course

    4 Hours


    A practical course designed to complement the Four Hour Fundamentals.  Practice what you have learned while photographing Glasgow landmarks.

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    Beginners Classroom Course

    4 Hours


    Taking the next step, this practical course teaches students how to get the best photos when dealing with the challenges of a low light environments.

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