The International Photographic Society (IPS) is pleased to present 3-session workshops by Alan Sislen on Adobe Lightroom
Dates: 6th, 7th & 8th February 2018 (6:30pm-8:30pm)
To register: email:- Jpullan@imf.org
The workshop is open to all Bank/Fund staff and their families. (Please share with your colleagues)
About the Workshop
During the session, participants will go through properly setting up Lightroom. Doing this properly before using the program is critical. Participants will go through the LR Preferences so participants can properly set them for the most efficient LR processing and performance. The sessions will cover image editing using the amazingly capable Develop module. You will learn that many images that you might have thought were unacceptable, can now become outstanding photographs using Lightroom’s editing features.
After attending the workshop, you will be able to decide which Lightroom program, Lightroom CC or Lightroom CC Classic is the right program for you, have a solid understanding of LR’s image processing and organizational features, and will be ready to immediately begin using the program of your choice. If you are a current Lightroom user, this workshop will help you understand and take better advantage of many of Lightroom’s valuable features and be sure that you have the program set up and optimized for the type of photography that you do.
About Alan Sislen
Alan Sislen, who lives in Bethesda, Maryland, has been an avid photographer for more than 50 years. Landscape photography is his passion, although he has he has extended his “landscape sensibility” to architectural subjects as well. Alan has photographed in the United States, France, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Canada, England, Chile, South Africa, Botswana, Namibia and New Zealand. He is an award-winning photographer and a well-recognized speaker and photography educator, specializing in Photoshop and Lightroom.