Our live online course teaches:
- Creating, managing, and backing up catalogues
- Choosing an organizational method and other DAM
- Importing files from cameras, drives, cards, and more
- Import options, presets, and destinations
- Navigating the Library tab and interface
- Discover the Catalogue, Folders, and Collection sections
- Filtering photos and tagging keywords
Are you tired of searching for the right photo in a cluttered library? In our first Lightroom course, we’ll teach you how to create and manage catalogues that keep your photos organized and easy to access. You’ll learn about different photo organizing methods and how to use DAM (Digital Asset Management) techniques to streamline your workflow. By learning how to create and manage catalogues in Lightroom, you’ll be able to quickly find and access the photos you need, saving you time and frustration.
You’ll also learn to import files from various sources, such as cameras, drives, and memory cards, and discover the multiple import options and presets available in Lightroom. This can be especially helpful if you take a lot of photos or work with large volumes of images, as it allows you to efficiently bring your photos into Lightroom and get started on your post-processing work.
In addition to learning about photo organization and importing, you’ll also become familiar with the Lightroom interface and navigate the Library tab, including the Catalogue, Folders, and Collections sections. We’ll also cover how to filter and tag your photos with keywords to make finding the images you need even easier. By learning how to use Lightroom’s powerful organizing and importing tools, you’ll be able to streamline your photo editing workflow and get the most out of your software. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to take control of your photo library and become a Lightroom pro!
Software and hardware requirements:
- Functional computer (Mac or Windows PC) with a fast internet connection.
- Up-to-date installation of Adobe Lightroom Classic (download trial or license here)
This lesson assumes you have a working knowledge of your computer and its operating system.
Make sure you know how to use the cursor, the standard menus and commands, and open, save, and close files and applications. Can you scroll within a window to reveal content beyond the displayed area? Do you know how to access contextual menus by right-clicking?
Please review these basic computer skills in the documentation included with your computer before participating in this lesson.
- Zip archive containing a variety of example photos to work on.