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Lightroom Workflow at Catskills Workshops


by Brenda K. Hipsher – April 20th, 2010

by Brenda K. Hipsher

There’s a new facility just two hours north of New York City. Catskills Workshop and Retreat Center was founded and developed by Michelle Brady and Andre Constantini. Michelle is a photographer and educator, Andre is a photographer and film maker. Their 15 acre farm is located in the idyllic Woodbourne, NY.  Complete with 6 bedroom house, barn, and studio, there are many opportunities for photography, rest, relaxation, and renewal.

Coming up  May 14-16 our good friend Eduardo Angel is teaching a Lightroom Workflow Workshop at Catskills Workshops. You’ll find a registration PDF on the workshop page that details this two day workshop just packed with instruction. In addition to  in depth looks at the library and develop modules in Lightroom you’ll get the 411 on smart objects, editing, sharpening and more in Photoshop. The foundation class provides all the tools you need to organize, manage, and process your images. And, of course, you’ll find out how to use ColorChecker Passport to make custom camera profiles and ColorMunki Photo to calibrate and profile your monitor, printer, and projector.  You can learn more about other X-Rite color management solutions at xritephoto.com.

So if you like home cooked meals and small group learning (this workshop is limited to 8 participants) Catskills Workshops is the place for you.  And if you’re looking for a workshop that helps you get the most out of Lightroom, you’ve just found the proverbial needle in a haystack. Come back here and leave a comment after you attend the workshop.

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One response to “Lightroom Workflow at Catskills Workshops”

  1. Angela says:

    I use lightroom all the time for cataloging and batching all of my workflow images. I prefer it to bridge. However, I still feel I get better image retouching tools from PS5.

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