Getting the most out of Lightroom Library Module
August 2 -30, 2020
This 4-week class is designed to give you a great working knowledge of Adobe Lightroom Classic’s Library module.
The 4 lessons cover everything including creating a Lightroom Library; organizing your files; setting up Preferences; Importing/Exporting; keywording; searching, rating and more.
See the outline below.
This class will give the beginner everything they need to know to get started in Lightroom and the advanced user how to get the most out of Lightroom’s organizational tools to make you more efficient.
Every Sunday you will receive a link to video lessons, which will available to you even after the class ends. The lessons will range from 1 -2 hours depending on the subject. There will be a short assignment that will show me you understand the lesson. Then you will book a ½ hour session with me to go over your assignment and ask any questions.
Lesson 1 - Getting started
Understanding how Lightroom works as a relational database/ asset manager
Organizing your files on your computer
Creating Your Lightroom Library
From new imports
From images already on your computer
The Import dialog box
The importance of your keyword list
Lesson 2 – Interface
The Panels – what each panel in the Library does
The Menus – Every Menu in the Library module
Lesson 3 - Keywording, rating and searching
Keywords – an in-depth look
Ratings – how and why to use them – creating a system
Searching – Quick and Easy or Specific and complex
Lesson 4 – Export and Managing catalogs for travel
The Export dialog box
Managing catalogs for travel or migrating to new hard drives
Fee: $300 for 4 weeks of video lessons and 4 review sessions. Click here to sign up. Limited to 10 students