‘Adobe Photoshop Lightroom’ is a photo processor and image organiser. Some amount of post-processing is an unavoidable part of our professional photography and with all/any genre of photography we need to choose the right software for our needs. Lightroom is very much geared towards photography, as opposed to it’s older brother Photoshop, which has a wider appeal across all different platforms of digital design. With it’s no nonsense user interface and simple stripped down retouching tools, it makes it quick and easy to post-process multiple images in one easy environment. It’s focus is on speed, organisation and non destructive manipulation. On this course we will show you the skills needed to post-process your images and make the best use out of ‘Adobe Lightroom’. This is digital imaging at it’s best. All students MUST have their own laptop with either lightroom already installed or ‘Click Here’ to download a free trial.
- DPS USB Key with workshop notes
- DPS pad & pen
- Morning tea/coffee & biscuits
On this photoshop course you will learn:
- RAW conversion
- Common corrections
- Cropping & resizing
- Correcting exposure/adjustments & levels
- Correcting exposure
- Black & white conversion techniques
- Patching & cloning
- Sharpening techniques
- Watermark editing
- Import & exporting files
- Meta tagging & organising images
Please Note: *All students MUST have their own laptop with them on the day of the course*
Click Here to learn how to progress from DPS to Fetac & QQI level 5 & 6 photography courses.
Please note: *Class size is limited to 10 students*
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10am – 5pm
Price €180 (price includes 23% VAT)
This Course Has RPL & APL Accreditation
This course is accredited with RPL & APL accreditation from Saint Kevin’s College & can be used in the application process to further education. Attaining a recognized qualification is the next step in becoming a professional photographer. Saint Kevin’s are one of Dublin’s Leading Providers of PLC, QQI, BTEC & FETAC photography courses in Dublin.