Make the most of your RAW images, learn Processing!
Instructors: Ssaurabh A Chatterjee
Why this course?
Unprocessed pictures are like half-baked cakes (or half-cooked rice) Learn how to make the most out of your images by processing your images. The course will cover the complete workflow, right from importing a picture from the memory to having a final processed output.
Most people who use Lightroom Classic use only the basic features for editing. There is a lot more to learn. There are features if you know them can increase your visibility 10x and eventually have a positive impact on your business of Photography.
Even if you are a hobbyist, and can barely manage time to work on your pictures, Adobe Lightroom Classic can significantly help you keep your pictures organized and speed up your editing process.
A Computer / Laptop with Adobe Photoshop Lightroom Classic installed.
Lightroom Classic (different from Lightroom) is one of the most popular software for Image Management and Processing because of its user-friendly and intuitive interface.
You can significantly reduce the time you spend on your editing by learning how to use Lightroom Classic.
01 Why is PostProcessingRequired.
02 RAW vs JPG.
03 Editing vs Manupulation.
04 Lightroom vs Photoshop.
05 LR Import Options.
06 LR Import Options.
07 Basic Overview of Lightroom Interface.
08 Choose Where to Store Your Photos.
09 Navigating in the Library Module.
10 Segregating Pictures using Stars and Colours.
11 Views in Lightroom.
12 Collection and SmartCollection.
15 Deleting Files.
15 Folder and File Modification.
16 Library Filter and Applications.
17 Batch Renaming Files.
18 Metadata Presets.
Bonus - Adobe Lightroom Classic CC Shortcuts.
Bonus Tip - Disable Backup Catalog.
Bonus Tip - How to Identify and Process Black and White Pictures.
Bonus Tip - Sync Between Computers.
Bonus Tip Multiple Monitors.
Bonus Tip Shooting Tethered.
Bonus Tip-How to Decide What to Delete.
Interface of the Develop Module
Histogram - Shadows and Highlights Clippings
What is White Balance, How to Correct it?
Basic Controls - Temp, Tint, Exposure, Contrast Highlights, Shadows, Whites, Blacks
Presence - Texture, Clarity, Dehaze, Vibrance and Saturation.
HSL - Hue, Saturation and Luminance
Black and White Processing
Detail - Sharpening and Noise Reduction
Cropping and Straightening your Pictures
Creating Export Presets
Exporting the files
Exporting the files
Spot Removal to remove unwanted elements
Red Eye Correction
Adjustment Brush Tool
2. Select / Reject, Rate
5. Add Metadata
Can I get some help if I am not able to understand the lessons?
Yes, of course! We do several LIVE Q and A sessions where you can get all your questions answered and your doubts cleared.
Why should I do this course when there are so many free resources available?
You are right, there is already a lot of free resources available on YouTube.
However, these are some questions that you need to think about -
Finding the right content is like searching for a needle in a haystack. It can be very confusing as different trainers might have a different opinion.
Is there any community I can join to take pictures together?
Yes, this is one big advantage of getting associated with us. You can join our local community in your city and participate in the activities. You can go out shooting together and learn from each other.
Is there any online help group I can join?
Yes, of course! We have groups on Facebook and WhatsApp where you can get your questions answered.
Is there a money refund policy?
No, we do not have a money refund policy. You can join our FREE Live courses to get an idea before joining. You can also see our reviews on social media to get an idea.
Can I share the course with multiple people?
This course is only for one person. However, you can gift a course to someone. We also have an Affiliate program and you can earn up to 50% commission for the sale.
Is a DSLR required for this course?
This course will be very helpful for DSLR owners and cell phone owners alike. If your phone can shoot in the RAW file format, you will be able to make the most of it.
What after this course?
If you have a DSLR, you can join the Advanced Photography Course. That will give you an in-depth understanding of how to control your camera and make the most of it.
|Before you Start (2 pages)|
|Why is Post Processing Required|
|01a Limitations of an Editing Tool|
|02 RAW vs JPG|
|03 Editing vs Manipulation|
|04 Lightroom vs Photoshop|
|05 LR Import Options|
|06 LR Import Options|
|07 Basic Overview of Lightroom Interface|
|08 Choose Where to Store Your Photos|
|09 Navigating in Library Module|
|10 Segregating Pictures using Stars and Colours|
|11 Views in Lightroom|
|12 Collection and Smart Collection|
|15 Deleting Files|
|15 Folder and File Modification|
|16 Library Filter and Applications|
|17 Batch Renaming Files|
|18 Metadata Presets|
|Bonus - Adobe Lightroom Classic CC Shortcuts|
|Bonus Tip - Disable Backup Catalog|
|Bonus Tip - How to Identify and Process Black and White Pictures|
|Bonus Tip - Sync Between Computers|
|Bonus Tip Multiple Monitors|
|Bonus Tip Shooting Tethered|
|Bonus Tip Shooting Tethered|
|Bonus Tip-How to Decide What to Delete|
|Bonus Tip - More Selected and Less Selected|
|01 Develop Module Intro|
|03 Temperature Tint History Snapshot|
|04 Basic Panel - Exposure Contrast Highlights Shadows Whites Blacks|
|05 Basic Panel - Texture Clarity Dehaze Vibrance Saturation|
|06 Tone Curve|
|06a Tone Curve|
|07 Hue Saturation Luminance|
|08 How to Identify and Process Black and White Pictures|
|08 How to Process Black and White Pictures|
|09 Color Menu|
|10 Split Toning|
|11 Detail - Sharpening and Noise Reduction|
|15 Copy Paste Settings or Sync Settings|
|16 Creating a Virtual Copy|
|17 Creating a Preset (3:00)|
|17 Creating a Preset|
|19 Crop Tool|
|20 Spot Removal Tool|
|20 Spot Removal Tool for Portraits|
|21 Graduated Filter|
|22 Radial Filter|
|22 Radial Filter for Eyes|
|23 Brush Filter|
|24 Export Options|
|Lightroom Final Words|
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