4 hour class
ExposureWorks' classes are created for a unique 1-on-1 teaching experience and so this class is available anywhere in London as György, your tutor, will travel to you for the session so that you can have his full attention. If none of the dates work for you, please suggest a day and a time (using the link underneath the dates). It couldn't be simpler, right?
In this class
Lightroom essentials might be about editing your already beautifully taken images, but what you'll learn in this class goes way beyond the screen. It's a passion for attention to detail, colours, shapes and storytelling. Every picture is what you make it - learn how to style yours now!
In the first part of the class, you'll get comfortable with Lightroom and its Library module, and the basics of how to import, organise, tag and add keywords for easy searching. Then, once you speak the Lightroom language, you'll be getting to grips with more powerful editing features like:
György will be there to guide you all the way - but this is not a lecture, you'll be thrown into the thick of it. It's the best way to learn.
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To get the most out of the photo editing course, bring along your favourite RAW images to work on - portraits, landscapes, scanned negatives, holiday photos or macro and wildlife shots. Whatever floats your boat.
On a technical note, the latest version of Lightroom is called alternatively CC (Creative Cloud) or version 6. Don't feel under pressure to come with the latest version though. If you don't have Lightroom yet, you can download a free 30-day trial from Adobe.
Lightroom photography was originally called 'Shadowland' photography back in '99. Why? One of the most common tweaks professional photographers wanted to make after shoots with models was cutting out shadow. Never let unreliable light conditions hold you back!
Sun 31 Dec, 12:00pm - 4:00pm
ExposureWorks, Anywhere in London
1 Lordship Lane
All of ExposureWorks' classes are available anywhere in London as György, your tutor, will travel to you for the session. The sessions are specifically designed for 1-to-1 tuition allowing students to learn in a safe environment and tailor the class to whatever is most needed.
ExposureWorks photography courses cover a wide range of topics:
Hosted by György László, who trained in 35mm and 16mm filmmaking at Famu in Prague. György has learnt from the some of the best teachers all over the world (native Hungary, Czech Republic and the US). He loves explaining his craft almost as much as he loves igniting the passion in others for photography. Over the past three years he has taught over 500 courses and close to 2500 people between running ExposureWorks and working at one of London's biggest Digital Photography Schools DSLRphotographycourses.com, gaining a vast wealth of experience.
If you’re just starting out or simply want to improve your family or holiday snapshots to savour those special moments, ExposureWorks courses are for you. Perhaps you want to delve deeper. You yearn for that creative exposure control or an understanding of the true extent of your lenses capabilities? György is your man. All classes are for 1-to-1 tuition, however, if you want to bring a friend or family member then you are able to bring 1 or maximum 2 more people - oh and in this case, you will all receive 25% off your booking.
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.