Unit Z4 55A 91 Brick Lane
E1 6QL
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Holger Pooten

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The London Institute of Photography offers intensive training in fashion studio photography, still life, portrait, street and documentary photography as well as Photoshop, Lightroom and portfolio courses.

Lightroom Module

Duration: 2 Days or 4 Evenings / 10 Hours

Requirements: A laptop (PC or Mac) with Lightroom CC, 6 or 5 installed

What is the module about?

Adobe Lightroom has become an essential part of the post-production process for amateur and professional photographers alike.

In this Lightroom module you will learn to use Lightroom’s powerful file management tools and carry out sophisticated image editing techniques to lift your image quality to a professional level.

Lightroom allows you to sort, edit and structure your image stock, as well as make non-destructive global and local adjustments to individual or multiple files, and create coherent image series with ease.

Lightroom streamlines the editing process, while Photoshop lets you refine the details. Combined, they set the industry standard for image editing. For those who require the ultimate editing performance, this course will cover how to link Lightroom with Photoshop to achieve a seamless workflow.

What will we cover?

The modular structure of Lightroom
File management (Import, Captions, Keywords, Ratings, Meta Data, Filters)
Organising Files in collections and smart collections
Tethered shooting
Global Adjustments (creating a look through Brightness, Contrast, Saturation etc.)
White Balance & Colour Grading
Cropping and Straightening, Aspect Ratios
Retouching Functions
Local Adjustments
Size and Resolution
File formats and their usages
Exporting and Optimising Files for different media
Overview of Book, Slideshow, Print Modules
Linking Lightroom with Photoshop

Skills Acquired

By the end of the module you will be able to:
– Achieve a professional image quality
– Apply advanced file management techniques
– Optimise files for different media (web pages, print, social media etc.)

Evening Modules:
Mon, Tue, Thu & Fri, 6 — 9.30pm

Weekend Modules:
Sat & Sun, 10am — 4pm