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Lightroom CC Pt. 2: Photo Processing


Class Description

Adobe Lightroom Classic CC is an incredibly powerful tool for photographers of all levels. In this one-day workshop, designed as a direct follow-on to the Lightroom Photo Management full-day session, you’ll learn how to post-process your images in Adobe Lightroom Classic CC. Image processing, whether basic or advanced can truly make the difference between a good photograph and a special photograph. We’ll cover all the basics of image processing available in Lightroom CC, and will touch on some advanced features as well. With some practice, you should develop competency with controlled  photographic output to other platforms, and preparation for digital printing from Lightroom CC. 

Learn to rely on this photographer-oriented software for your image processing and digital pre-press for high quality printing. Key functions we highlight in this workshop include: The Develop Module, Toolbar, Navigator, Presets, Snapshots, History, Collections, Copy & Paste, Synchronization, Before & After, Cropping, Spot Removal, Red Eye Removal, Graduated Filter, Adjustment Brush, History, Basic Tone Curve, HSL/Color/B&W, Split, Toning, Detail, Lens Correction, Transform, Effects, Previous & Reset, Camera, Calibration and Radial Filters.

 

 Your instructor is Pat Carney, a legendary Twin Cities graphic designer, creative director, and photographer. PAt at one time managed 20 designers adept at using Lightroom.  A homemade lunch is provided!  


Class Requirements

Recommending that you have completed our Lightroom Classic CC Pt. 1, Photo Management Workshop.

The class is very hands-on and practical, with each student using their own desktop iMac computer provided by MPC and loaded with all lessons, photographs, and exercises. Students will practice each concept during class via screen-sharing with the instructor to make sure they understand it. The class is taught on Apple computers but, once within the Lightroom application, the functionality and user interface are nearly identical to Windows. Windows users should be able to easily learn the few Mac computer functions that are required. Lunch and snacks will be provided by the Mpls Photo Center. This gives our students a chance to relax and talk with each other and the instructor about the course, questions they might have, and their individual interest in photography. And it's fun!

Class Schedule

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Sunday, September 22nd, 2019 10:00 AM 4:00 PM Digital Lab

About the Instructor

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Pat Carney: Our resident Lightroom expert Pat Carney has been a working member of the Minneapolis creative community for over four decades. He began his career as a photographer and transitioned into careers as a graphic designer, creative director, and agency leadership.

He first studied photography with master photographer, Roger M. Iverson and under Pulitzer Prize winner Colburn Hvidsten III.

Pat spent seven years at Jostens as a designer and workshop specialist. He participated in more than 120 workshops a year, including regular presentations at Columbia University, Louisiana State University and the University of Massachusetts.

Carney also created large format multi-image presentations at Calliope Productions for corporate clients such as Pratt & Whitney, Miller Beer and Control Data. This was followed by several years work in animated film for television at Minneapolis-based Lamb & Co.

In 1986 he founded The Carney Group, a rich blend of diverse creative talents with a client base including Public Radio International, The British Broadcasting Company, The Donaldson Companies, DoALL Saws, CHS Company, Tremendous Entertainment Company, Parker Rosen Law Firm, and numerous radio programs such as This American Life, What’d Ya Know and BBC’s Newshour.

Pat has recently returned to his roots. While his design practice still services a few select clients, his concentration is on photography. He is part of an artist group called Art for Good, a group of artists brought together by Herman Milligan, a well known Minneapolis art administrator, which concentrates on raising money for deserving non-profit organizations while not asking artists to give their work away.

Pat'sart photographs havebeen accepted in many exhibitions, including a three person exhibition, and competitive exhibitions at the MPLS Photo Center, as well as six acceptances at the Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts Exhibition.

He has held emeritus teaching positions for courses at College of Visual Arts and St. Cloud State University. Pat has also held several board positions including The Minnesota Chapter of American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA), and 3 years as president of the Northside Arts Collective.


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The cost of the "Lightroom CC Pt. 2: Photo Processing" class is: $185.00

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