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The Lightroom Workflow
Presented by: Len Grinke
Date: Monday, November 24th, 7:30 p.m.
Venue: St. Anthony’s Church, 2337 Inglewood Avenue, West Vancouver
Since its official release on January 20th, 2007, Lightroom has become the mainstay program for many photographers. Now, with Aperture no longer being supported, Lightroom may well become the primary tool in most photographer’s workflows. Lightroom is at the core of my studio workflow and is used for:
- Importing, backing up, and organizing image files
- Sorting and selection of image files
- Basic artwork and image prep.
This workshop will give you an overview of how Lightroom is used in my studio workflow. For the Lightroom newbies it will be an introduction to the wonders of Lightroom, and for the veteran users there will be tips and tricks that I will share that can make your experience with Lightroom even better.
I have been a professional portrait photographer since, well, let’s just say a very long time. I currently run a home based, boutique portrait studio, and present workshops on lighting, portraiture, wedding photography, Lightroom, and one on one instruction, through Grinke Creative Inc.
I have been a photography instructor for the last 10 years, and currently teach photography through Langara in both the CS at VSB, and the Langara Continuing Studies Programs.
Lightroom became a part of my workflow when version 2 was released in April of 2008. It has been a part of my workflow ever since.
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