Lightroom: Introduction for photo editing

Workshop


Oct 30th,

1:00pm — 4:00pm


Location: Zoom

About The Workshop

This workshop will introduce the basics of Adobe Lightroom and how it can be used in support of different studio practices. It will cover basic workflow, editing strategies, and output formats. It will also address less well-known capabilities of the program, which may support other studio work beyond still image editing.

Cross Disciplinary Connections

Lightroom is an image management tool as much as it is a photographic editing medium; all studio disciplines can benefit from learning more about organizing and editing their digital images.

Takeaways

Students will create a series of edited collections of their own files.

Resources for Continued Investigation

Digital Photography or any of the advanced photography courses.

Next Steps

Participants may contact me or our Photography Technician, Drew Nikonowicz

Instructors

  • Meghan Kirkwood

    Assistant Professor of Visual Arts, area head in Photography


Sign Up

Those who sign up will ask to confirm their participation in the days before the workshop. If you do not confirm and are not very sure you will participate your spot will be given to someone on the waitlist. For more info, questions, or if the workshop is closed and you really want to participate, contact jhanahan@wustl.edu