Start Using Photoshop with Lightroom
Lightroom can handle a large majority of your image editing tasks plus it’s great at managing and organising your photos. In fact, on most occasions, only a few steps are required to get an image to shine. There comes a point however, where you will want to do some additional editing that simply can’t be done in Lightroom.
This is where Photoshop comes in. Photoshop offers a greater lever of editing power and it is the tool to use for things like complicated cloning or removing objects from the image, sophisticated retouching, adding text, advanced sharpening, adding artistic filters and compositing multiple images such as replacing a dull sky.
Many photographers recommend that you use Lightroom as your image management system and as the starting and ending points of your post processing workflow. You then take particular images from Lightroom to Photoshop when you need more advanced editing and retouching tools that Lightroom doesn’t offer.
Lightroom & Photoshop are designed to work together to bring the most efficient and comprehensive editing capabilities you will need.
Learn how and when to pass your images from Lightroom to Photoshop to take advantage of Photoshops advanced editing capabilities above and beyond the adjustments you make to the images in Lightroom.
Take your editing skills beyond Lightroom
The advanced editing techniques we will cover in the workshop includes:
- Removing and moving objects in your images, using Photoshops advanced cloning, healing and context aware tools
- Combining images in Photoshop, such as replacing a sky in an image
- Adding creative effects to your image using filters, including art filters, blur filters and special effects filters such as liquify.
- Sophisticated retouching that can’t be done in Lightroom, including High Pass Sharpening
- Adding text to images, for that extra touch to invitations and announcements
Learn the fundamentals of Photoshop
Before embarking on the advanced editing techniques Photoshop offers photographers, we will need to cover some of the fundamentals of Photoshop. The specific topics covered in this workshop includes:
- Differences between Lightroom & Photoshop
- Overview of Photoshop
- Moving Images between Lightroom & Photoshop
- Navigating Images in Photoshop
- Understanding and Using Layers
- Making Selections
- Brushes & Masking
- Cloning, Healing and Context Aware Tools
- Basic Adjustments
- Adding Artistic Filters to Images
- Adding Text to Images
- Combining Multiple Images
PHOTOSHOP WORKSHOP INVESTMENT
Photoshop for Lightroom Users – $245
Please check the individual sessions or our Workshop Specials for special offers and discounts.
All workshop fees are due in full at the time of booking. please review our Terms and Conditions for our complete policy on cancellations and refunds.
UPCOMING SESSION DATES AND LOCATION:
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Sunday 7 Jan 2018. - Oran Park NSW (9:30 - 4:30)
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Participants should have a reasonable working knowledge of Lightroom prior to attending this workshop. In addition, participants must have a fundamental understanding of the laptop they are bringing along.
Whilst the instructor is happy to assist with post processing related questions, they will not be able to troubleshoot individual laptop issues.
Class size will be between 4-6 students. We limit our class sizes to create a more individual learning environment.
WHAT DO I NEED TO BRING?
You will need to bring your own laptop (PC or Mac) with Photoshop & Lightroom installed. If you do not have Photoshop or Lightroom, you can download a free trial version before attending the workshop.
Please also ensure your bring your power supply. A mouse is highly recommended. A note book may also be useful. We will provide you with images to work on in the course, though you are welcome to bring your own.
Tea, coffee and snacks