Adobe Lightroom 4: Part 2 (Hands-On)Wed, 5/15/2013 | 12:00 PM - 2:30 PM | Hopkins Hall 0358
Please note: This is the second session in a two-day workshop series. If you do not have previous experience working with Adobe Lightroom 4, you should plan to attend both days. Although attendance at the first session (held Mon., May 13 from 12:00-2:30 p.m.) is not required, a prerequisite knowledge of basic Adobe Lightroom 4 is required to fully appreciate the information and activities in this second session. Go here to register separately for the first session.
In order to participate in the second session of the two-day workshop series, attendees are required to bring a selection of their own digital files to work with, and their own portable hard drive or thumb drive for storing their work. Macs will be available at the workshop site on a first-come, first-served basis, or you may bring your own laptop that you prefer and already know how to use. If you choose to bring your own laptop, you should already have installed Lightroom 4 on your device, prior to the start of the workshop sessions.
The Lightroom 4 program is available for both Macs and PCs, and the same library you create can be accessed from either platform. Students, faculty, and staff with a valid Ohio State BuckID or Wexner Medical Center ID may purchase the Adobe Lightroom 4 program at a discount from WiredOut. A 30-day trial of the program can be accessed via the Adobe website.
The second session of the two-day workshop series is designed to give us additional hands-on learning experience working with Adobe Lightroom 4. In this session we will learn more about how to import, sort, and develop images, and explore various output options best-suited to our own individual projects.
Professor Emerita Ardine Nelson is a longtime faculty member in the Department of Art's photography area. She has been teaching various aspects of digital imaging for almost two decades.
Questions about this session?
Please e-mail your questions to Professor Ardine Nelson: email@example.com
This session will not be streamed or recorded.