Digital Workflow, Not Workslow with Lightroom 6
Now limited to 8 people per class!
No one ever accused a creative mind of being organized. The two don't usually go hand in hand. But when you're a photographer, being organized is invaluable. In our 4-day intense workshop, D-65 will teach you detailed workflow with Lightroom 6, to vastly improve your digital asset management, processing and image delivery skills. Our workshops are small (8 people max) and focus on each participants individual workflow needs. We hold the workshop in Florida only, in a more personal setting quite different from a lecture hall or conference room. What will you learn?
You'll learn the fundamentals of Lightroom 6 and become an expert in keeping every image you shoot organized, edited and archived through keywording, metadata and collections. You'll create a new catalog and learn how to import your images correctly, along with merging your old files into this catalog, solving your workflow problems. You'll optimally develop and enhance your images with presets and synchronization. You will learn the fundamentals of moving between Lightroom and Photoshop with ease while delivering quality images to friends, family or clients.
By the end of our 4 day classroom based workshop, you will have the skills to create your own successful workflow in Lightroom 6. And, you'll also receive our comprehensive D-65 Lightroom book.
Everyone always asks, " Is this workshop for amateurs or pro's, or for me?" and the answer is: "The workshop moves slow and everyone has their own computer and we move step by step taking questions constantly and we repeat everything in our basic workflow each day. The workshop is small with one on one attention. Our workshops are really geared to anyone interested in learning digital. We have an equal amount of pros and amateurs and everyone does well in class as a mix. Most professional photographers have a excellent background in film but are self taught in digital and for the most part, doing it all wrong. We start from the basics and very quickly the pros realize that they are in the same boat as the amateurs.
We have had 5000 plus folks and truly have never had an "unhappy camper" and we know you would find the program awesome whether you are a pro or amateur, beginner or advanced."
In addition to Adobe Lightroom 6, D-65 will cover:
- Digital Asset Management
- Lightroom to Photoshop Workflow
- Creating Perfect Prints
- Exposing for Digital
- White Balance
- Color Management From Input to Output
- Profiling Monitors & Systems
- Understanding Lightroom's Catalog
- Importing Images into Lightroom
- File Naming Conventions
- Metadata & Keywording
- Rating Your Images
- Processing Your Files
- Moving from Aperture or iPhoto to Lightroom
- Processing Files
- Custom Presets
- Automating workflow
- Photoshop CC
- Web Galleries, Slide Shows, PDF Presentations
- Copyright and Security
D-65 is taught by Seth Resnick and Jamie Spritzer , two seasoned professionals with over 30 years of experience advocating creativity. Their teaching style is engaging, informative, and entertaining.
The total fee for the D-65 4-day intensive workshop is $2000.
The course fee covers your participation in the workshop, continental breakfast and lunch daily, and a fabulous wine and tapas dinner. It does not include travel, lodging, transportation, or other meal expenses.
Past participant photographers include:
Jay Maisel, Eric Meola, Gregory Heisler, Arthur Meyerson, Nancy Brown, Katrin Eismann, Anthony Edgeworth, George Hall, Roger Ressmeyer, Natalie Fobes, Bob Sacha, Heinz Kluetmeier, Greg Gorman, Douglas Kirkland, Jeff Schewe, Susan Meiselas and more...
Past Participant photo editors include:
Alexis Scott, Meg McVey, Bob Mansfield, Scott Mlyn and more...
Corporate photo departments include:
John Deere, Target, US House of Representatives, Transworld Media, North Face, Powder Magazine, Texas Highways, Science Faction, Alaska Stock, Workbook Stock, National Geographic, Discovery Channel, National Library of Medicine, Adobe, and more...