Photograph © George A. Jardine
What better way to illustrate the concepts of a well-organized library, than with a photo of Denver’s new Public Library building? :-)
As a way to say “Thank You” to the Lone Tree Camera Club, I’m conducting back to back Lightroom workshops (September 15th and 22nd), both specifically focused on the Lightroom Library module, and building a digital photo archive.
In this intensive, one-day workshop, you will learn:
– How to build a streamlined organizational structure for your library – All about Lightroom’s database capabilities – About the importance of file and folder naming – A professional workflow, from import to export – About Lightroom collections and keywords – About Lightroom’s tools for editing, star ratings, flags, etc. – A viable backup and archive strategy for your library
If your digital “library” looks like this, you need this workshop!
Photograph Courtesy of ‘Library Disaster Poster Child’, Bruce Ryman
We originally set aside two dates for these Library workshops: Saturday, September 15, and Saturday, September 22, with priority registration set aside for Lone Tree Camera Club members. Well, the September 15th workshop filled up before we could open it up to non-members! So we’re moving forward with the second day on the 22nd. Camera Club members still have a special price for this workshop, but as a non-member, you can reserve a seat by sending me an e-mail request. Registration for non-members will be just $49.95 for the day, with lunch included.
If you are a member of any one of the Colorado Council of Camera Clubs, contact me and I’ll put you in touch with the Lone Tree registrar for discount and registration information.
Oh, and, one last thing. Everyone who signs up for this workshop, will receive a complimentary copy of my Adobe Camera Raw 6 DVD!