Photoshop for Lightroom users
Led by Adrian Beasley
Lightroom excels at organisation, batch processing and intuitive editing. However, Photoshop allows un-rivalled image editing at a much deeper level and is the tool of choice for many professional photographers. Fortunately, Adobe has created an integrated solution allowing Lightroom users to use Photoshop as part of their workflow. Photoshop used to be prohibitively expensive, now the Adobe Photography monthly subscription provides cost effective access to both, so why not get your money’s worth!
Join me on this workshop as an introduction to using Photoshop’s power within Lightroom and look at some of the reasons why Photoshop is still used today by professional photographers for retouching their images.
The difference between Lightroom and Photoshop
Configuring Lightroom settings for Photoshop
Finding your way around Photoshop, the tools and layers
The power of selections and local adjustments
Using layers for non-destructive local editing
Sharpening without halos and other sharpening tools
Fun with filters
Content aware tricks: crop, fill and move
Who Should Attend and what to bring
This workshop is ideal for Lightroom users looking to extend their post processing skills to the next level. An ideal follow-on from my intermediate Lightroom workshop. Ideal for users new to Photoshop or users struggling with Photoshop.
You need to bring:
Your computer (PC or Mac)
You will need LightroomClassicCC and PhotoshopCC installed
Some images to work with but examples will also be provided
Location & Facilities
Based at Pilton Arts near Barnstaple. The group size is limited to ensure you get plenty of hand-holding. Tea, coffee and a snack lunch are provided.
Adrian Beasley has taught C&G Photography, Photoshop and Lightroom workshops for over 15 years and has been involved with computers since school. He has a very engaging and relaxed teaching style, ideal for beginners.
Adrian is an Adobe Certified Expert.