Comprehensive Lightroom - Spring 2019
|DAY / TIME||Tuesdays 6-9pm | April 2 - June 4, 2019|
|TUITION||$825 + $25 Materials Fee | Payment & Refund Policy|
|LEVEL||Introductory / Intermediate|
|PREREQS||Photography I: Digital|
|CREDITS||3 – Fulfills Elective requirement for Certificate Program|
This class is a comprehensive survey of Adobe Lightroom CC. Over the course of the quarter, we will explore how to use Lightroom to organize, edit and share your photographs. We will cover all aspects of Lightroom focusing on organizing, editing and printing your images. You will also develop your own personalized workflow within the program. If you are just starting out or have been using Lightroom for a while, this course can help you excel at working with your photography. Each student will be working on their own images and have real world assignments to help them better understand and use the program. We will cover how Lightroom integrates with third-party programs such as Photoshop. Topics covered include: Importing, Exporting, Printing, every module in detail (Library, Develop, Map, Book, Print), color management, workflow, presets, digital asset management, collections, editing tools, third-party integration, Lightroom Mobile and more.
- The course will be held in the PCNW Mac lab, but instructions will be provided for both Mac and PC. Students may use their own laptops if they prefer.
- Students will be required to have an external hard drive for the quarter to store their images and catalogs.
- Students should expect to spend several hours per week on assignments for this course, which may require use of PCNW facilities; view our Rental Rates for details about additional fees.
- The Materials Fee for the course includes a digital print allotment for in-class printing, the details of which will be shared on the first day. Other supplies are the responsibility of the student.
- Additional information about course expectations and required materials will be provided by the instructor at the start of the quarter.
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