Lightroom Review/Photoshop Primer Aug 18, 2018
8:30 am - 12:30 pm
Room 201, LSU College of Arts and Design Building.
This class is intended to refresh the material from the Lightroom 101/201 classes earlier this year as well as introduce key elements of Photoshop. We’ll recap such Lightroom Library module features of import/export, keywording/filters and Develop module features of presets (using/creating/sharing), toning, local adjustments. We’ll then move on to Photoshop covering an overview of the screen layout/menus, discuss several of the more common tools, and finish with layers/masking.
This class will be using the latest version of Lightroom/Photoshop CC. Although not necessary to have for the class, it will be necessary that you are familiar with where certain elements exist in your version. A checklist will be sent out prior to the class. Limited to 15 attendees. Priority given to LPS members.
Sept 8, 2018
9:00 am – Noon
Designed for those fairly new to photography, this class will focus getting you comfortable in taking your DSLR camera out of “Auto” mode. We’ll cover an overview of the camera itself, spend some time discussing the primary elements of the exposure triangle (shutter speed, aperture, ISO), etc as well as some basics photographic composition rules and techniques, keeping it as interactive as possible. Bring you camera and manual! Limited to 15 attendees. Priority given to LPS members.
Conference Room A on the second floor at the Main Goodwood Library.
Details and signup will be added as dates and locations are confirmed
October – Lighting/portraits
November – Camera Basics class
Classes/Workshops Photography encompasses both art and technical skill, and LPS works to build these in its member by offering educational classes and workshops, each covering a specialized topic. Such topics may include:
- Camera Techniques/Equipment
- Basic Digital Photography (Exposure Triangle)
- Flash Photography
- Macro Photography
- The Art of Photography
- Portrait Photography
- Still Life
- Nature Photography
- Photo Manipulation Software
- HDR software
These topics may be geared toward beginners or the more advanced photographer but all skill levels are welcome. Classes/workshops are usually held on Saturday and can be 2-3 hours in length or up to 6 hours. Most of our educational events are free of charge.