Image Processing Workflow for Photographers with Adobe Lightroom & Adobe Photoshop
You've taken some great photos! What's next? ProAlley's image processing course teaches beginner and expert photographers how to organize, develop, edit, retouch, and share photos with Adobe Lightroom CC Classic. Students will start with the fundamentals and finish with a comprehensive workflow they can use to take their photos from RAW to WOW every time! Lightroom's strength is its intuitive and powerful interface, allowing you to adjust multiple images on the fly, rate them, sort them, and export them easily and quickly. In our Lightroom course, you'll learn how to organize photos, make collections and tag photos, understand and apply metadata, import and export in different file formats.
A picture says a thousand words! Through this exclusive online Adobe Lightroom course you will be able to post-process all your photographs/images and take them to the next level. Learn end-to-end post-production workflow using the Softwares Adobe Lightroom, Adobe Camera Raw & Adobe Photoshop. Adobe Lightroom has a subset of Photoshop’s features that are custom-tailored to the contemporary photographer. Lightroom helps in photo editing and image editing. Lightroom helps you import, organize, manage, color correct, and color grade the images.
Lightroom helps in basic photo editing, which includes cropping, white balance, exposure, histogram adjustments, tonal curves, black and white conversion, spot removal, red-eye corrections, gradients, local adjustments, sharpening, noise reduction, lens profile corrections, Vibrance, and saturation.
Along with Lightroom, Photoshop and ACR can also be used for doing some similar things that is done on Lightroom but using Photoshop along with Lightroom will help to edit the pictures in terms of elements removal, layer masking or background replacement.
ACR is useful if you wish to open a RAW file in photoshop. A RAW image will be opened in ACR first in which you can do necessary changes in terms of colors and then you can get the same image in photoshop directly in which all the required editing can be done to enhance the image look and feel.
Through this online image processing course, learn the techniques and skills that professional photographers use for post processing and editing.
Who should take this course?
Anyone who loves to click a picture using various cameras like mobile or DSLR
Anyone who wants to enhance the image quality of a dull-looking image
Anyone who wants to pursue a career in the field of Photography
Anyone who wants to pursue their career as a color correction or color grading artist
Passionate about capturing pictures
Basic knowledge of computers and their operation is necessary
It is advisable to have the latest version of Lightroom, Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) & Adobe Photoshop
Windows Processor: Intel®, AMD, or ARM processor with 64-bit support; 2 GHz or faster processor
Windows Operating system: Microsoft Windows 10 (64 bit) versions 1903 and later
Windows Monitor resolution: 1920x1080 or greater display resolution
MacOS Processor: Multicore Intel® processor with 64-bit support or M1 Apple Silicon processor
Is the Lightroom feature for Macs and Windows are identical or different?
Every feature of Windows and Mac-based Lightroom is identical. However, there are few platform-specific differences. E.g., Control and Alt for keyboard shortcuts in Windows are switched to Command and Option on macOS
Who are the professional users of Lightroom?
Lightroom is an image manipulation and color correction software widely used by photographers and image manipulation artists.
Which one is better: Photoshop or Lightroom?
There is no correct answer. Both Lightroom and Photoshop are great software packages that can bring out your post-processing and post-production creativity. Just choose the right editing program for your editing photo needs on a project-by-project basis.
Lightroom is the place to begin to start Photography. Photoshop can be added to your photo editing software later.
Why should I learn Lightroom?
Lightroom provides you the editing power of Lightroom Classic and Adobe Camera Raw in one easy-to-use package. In Lightroom, you experience seamless workflows across devices.
If I do not have any knowledge of Photography, can I learn Lightroom?
Yes. You can learn Lightroom even if you are not a photographer. For working in Lightroom, you must identify the colors and tones in an image to be adjusted correctly.
Which version of Lightroom should be used to practice as per the tutorials?
The latest version of Lightroom is always recommended for learning purposes as it will have all the latest features on it.
How and at what time is Photoshop used along with the Lightroom?
Once the image is corrected and enhanced, the image can be taken to photoshop for any unwanted elements removal.
What will be the importance of ACR in this course?
To open the raw image files directly in Photoshop, ACR will appear within Photoshop itself in which all the color enhancements will be done and after that the same file will be available in Photoshop for further working
Can I get the work files seen in the videos
Yes, you can download and use the duplicate files to practice as per the video tutorials. However, you must not use these images in any of your final portfolios.
Do we get extended support for Lightroom doubts?
Yes, you can contact the support team and raise your queries regarding any doubt related to this Lightroom course. You will be provided with an accurate solution from the support team
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What is the post-processing workflow?
Creating a post-production workflow is the need of the hour if you establish yourself as a professional photographer and often have projects lined up one after the other, with more than a thousand images under each project. Cameras create images with the expectation that they will be modified later, will be corrected, sharpened, tinted, etc. Lightroom allows you to create a predefined process or image processing workflow. With the Adobe Lightroom course, you will learn to store, organize, edit and export your photos. In this image processing online course, we will teach you to create catalogs of photos, allowing you instant access to any image in your Library from one place.
What is an image processing course?
Image processing is an integral element of the photographic process in the digital age, as the dark room has moved onto our computer screens. ProAlley offers a standalone image processing online course with an amazing level of productivity and efficiency with simple, user-friendly steps that let you take control of your photographic workflow. You will learn how to process your images correctly, retaining the photographer's authenticity. This course will introduce you to Lightroom, Adobe Camera RAW, and Adobe Photoshop and help you learn to retouch the photographs to enhance the image's look and feel.
Scope of this online course:
Our Adobe Lightroom certification can greatly speed up your editing and image adjustment time compared to Bridge and Photoshop. This course will introduce the standard image formats and a 3-stage image processing workflow with tone management. The broad scope of this best image processing course includes image cropping, exposure, histogram adjustments, black and white conversion, tonal curves, red-eye corrections, local adjustments, gradients, white balance, noise reduction, sharpening, lens profile corrections, vibrance, and saturation. This course is divided into 14 modules spanning 4 hours of video with 12 exercise files and 46 quizzes to test your skills. After enrolling in the ProPlus plan, you will get 8 assignments, 2 personalized mentor sessions, and two portfolio projects for hands-on image processing experience.
Career and job opportunities after taking up this image processing course:
When you need a simple and efficient way to process, touch up, and catalog hundreds of photos, Adobe Lightroom is the best photo editing software. Pro photographers use Lightroom as a high-powered but comparatively easy-to-learn photo production and editing tool the way traditional film photographers used darkrooms. Photographers, social media executives, and wedding photographers can learn this course to enhance their pictures.