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If You Are Ready to Learn a Bit More About Adobe Lightroom Classic...
You will discover a variety of very useful tips and techniques to get more out of Lightroom Classic!
In this class, through a live interactive demonstration, I will answer these questions:
I can’t remember the Lightroom Keyboard Shortcuts. Is there an easy way I can find out what they are?
Can I have more than one Lightroom catalog? Or is there only one?
How do I rename a Lightroom catalog?
Should I use the default configuration Adobe sets up for my Lightroom catalog, or should I consider other configurations?
My Catalog is getting pretty big. Can I split my Lightroom catalog into two catalogs on separate drives?
Lightroom has options for backing up my Lightroom catalog. What is that and how does it work? What options should I choose?
How do I open up a backed-up previous version of a catalog, if my catalog gets corrupted?
Lightroom seems to be taking up a lot of space on my hard drive. How can I reduce that?
I renamed or moved a folder or some files, outside of Lightroom, and now Lightroom can’t find my photos. How do I fix that?
Is there a way I can tell Lightroom to open a different catalog as a new default catalog?
Is there a way I can automatically convert all of my photos to black & white when I import them?
How can I set up Lightroom to automatically apply noise reduction to higher ISO images when I import them?
My Lightroom is running slowly, is there a way I can optimize performance?
I have a bunch of photos that are a bit dark. Is there a way I can simultaneously adjust the brightness on all of them, all at once? Or similarly if I want to adjust the White Balance on a set of photos?
How do I create a new folder or split a folder into two different folders?
How do I rename a folder using Lightroom?
When I delete a folder in Lightroom, it doesn't really delete the folder from the hard drive. It just removes the folder from the catalog. Is there an easy way I can make sure the folder actually gets deleted also?
If I have Lightroom open a photo in Photoshop, are there some settings I need to know about to ensure the best preservation of color details?
What is the easiest way for me to attach keywords to photos?
In the Develop Module, I adjusted several settings for exposure, contrast, highlights, and shadows. Is there an easy way I can reset all of those settings back to zero, all at once?
Is there a way I can have Lightroom only show one panel at a time in the Develop Module? Example: If I click on the Basic Panel, the other panels close and only the Basic Panel is open.
In the Develop Module, I never use Split Toning (or some other section). Is there a way I can make those unused sections disappear since I don’t use it?
Is there a way I can rearrange the order of the different Develop Module panels (Basic, Tone Curve, HSL/Color, Split Toning, etc.)?
I see the Develop Module has this feature called Snapshots. What is that and why would I ever use it?
I literally never use the Book or Web Modules. Is there a way I can hide them, since I don’t use them?
I am using the crop tool to crop my image as an 8x10, but I want it to be a vertical 8x10, not horizontal. How do I get the crop tool to switch to vertical?
In the Library Module Grid View, I would like to see the file names appear above each photo. Is there a way I can do that?
Is there a way I can easily find all my photos taken with one specific lens?
What is a collection and a smart collection and why do I care?
What is the difference between a Plugin and a Preset?
In order to take this workshop, you will need need a computer with a large enough screen to watch me demonstrate techniques in Lightroom Classic CC. The class will be using Zoom Video Teleconferencing and I will share my computer screen so you can see it on your computer. While Zoom allows you to connect with a smartphone or iPad, obviously that would not be practical for this class.
Note this class is about Adobe Lightroom Classic CC. Make sure this is the version you have. If you have any questions about that, just ask. :-)