3 sessions

Course Description
Adobe Lightroom is an industry-standard software offering comprehensive solutions for organising, adjusting, retouching, and outputting digital images. In this workshop participants will learn to process images and manage digital files more effectively using the Library and Develop modules in Adobe Lightroom. They will gain familiarity with these tools through in-class exercises using sample images.

After completing this course, participants will have a thorough basic understanding of Adobe Lightroom and be able to execute a workflow within the software that meets their needs.

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Workshop Fee

This workshop is eligible for use of SkillsFuture Credit.

Tom White (View Profile)

Next Dates
5 to 19 May 2021

1. Wed 5 May 2021, 7.30pm to 10pm
2. Wed 12 May 2021, 7.30pm to 10pm
3. Wed 19 May 2021, 7.30pm to 10pm

Course Overview

Getting started
• What is Lightroom
• Lightroom Workflow Overview
• Setting up the Lightroom Catalog
The Library Module
• How to import and review images
• Organising your photos into folders
• Using Metadata & Keywords
• Using Collections to organise files

The Develop Module
• Working with RAW files
• Cropping and rotating images
• Applying colour and tonal adjustments
• Using the Graduated Filter and Adjustment Brush Tools
• Using the History panel & creating snapshots
• Creating Virtual Copies
• Converting to Black & White
Presentation and Exporting Files
• Exporting RAW files to Jpeg for Web and Print
• Print Module Overview
• Creating PDF and Movie Slideshows Overview
Summary and wrap up
• Backing up your photos
• Q & A
Lightroom for Mobile 

Technical Requirements
This course assumes little to no prior knowledge of Adobe Lightroom. It is suitable for beginner to intermediate photographers including those who have completed the Basic Photography workshop at Objectifs.

The course will be broadly useful to anyone seeking to manage their image files and perform basic edits — not only photographers but also producers, editors, journalists, librarians and information professionals, etc.

Sample images will be provided by the instructor for use during in-class exercises.

[Phase 3] Covid-19 Health & Safety Advisory and Measures
Please note this workshop will take place offline, at Objectifs. The following measures will apply:

  • Maximum class size of eight participants + one instructor
  • Participants to wear face masks throughout and to be seated at least 1m apart from each other
  • Instructors to wear face masks, or face shields are permitted while they are teaching and they must maintain a distance from the participants
  • Frequent sanitising of equipment and commonly touched surfaces
  • Sign-in / sign-out required via the SafeEntry app and temperatures will be taken

Please refer here for our full advisory on health and safety in light of Covid-19 and do not hesitate to contact us with further queries or concerns.