Lightroom for Pros

February 18th, 2013, 9am – 4pm in Houston Texas
with Scott Martin in conjunction with ASMP

This 1 day workshop takes an intense look at optimizing photography workflows from capture-to-print using Adobe Lightroom. Skipping the basics, we’ll focus on the nitty gritty details necessary for professionals in the field. This workshop will be held at a photography studio downtown with lunch at the infamous Last Concert Cafe.

Topics of discussion:
Lessoning dependency on Photoshop
The DNG format and how to incorporate it into your workflow
File Management
Organizing your images and preparing for 100,000+ image libraries
High Volume storage management
Image Development with the new 2012 pipeline
Making your images sing
Printing from Lightroom
UV Curable Printing
Timelapse workflow with Lightroom

About the instructor

Scott MartinScott Martin is a fine art photographer and digital photography consultant. As the founder of Onsight, he has been working with digital photography since the 1980s and has been training photographers one-on-one and leading photography workshops since the early 90s though organizations like the Santa Fe Photography Workshops. With full-time devotion to on-location consulting for over a 14 years, his experience with a wide variety of imaging equipment, printers, papers, inks and applications allows him to consult with some of the most demanding photographers, pro labs, artists, designers and prepress professionals in the business. His classes are packed with enthusiasm and practical suggestions. Scott used to sit on the edge of his seat waiting for each Photoshop upgrade but now does so for Lightroom.

Target audience

Professional photographers and serious amateurs. As we will be covering this workflow in exhausting detail, participants with several years experience with Lightroom benefit from this class – that’s the whole idea.

Registration

Sign up by emailing Rocky Kneten at ASMP. Thanks, I’ll look forward to seeing you there! – Scott Martin

February 7, 2013 · filed under: workshops

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