• Session: Introduction to Lightroom
  • Date: Future Dates Coming Soon
  • Time: 10am-2pm
  • Instructor: Edward Moniz
  • Cost: $195

Lightroom is one of the most popular photographic image management and editing tool. Born from the heritage of Photoshop, Lightroom was developed for photographers and many of the contributors to it were professional photographers. This introductory course will start with the basics and will provide the necessary information to get you up and productive with Lightroom

In this workshop we will cover the following topics:

Lightroom Installation
Setting up your file system for optimum Lightroom operation
Importing images into Lightroom
Photo management in Lightroom
Basic editing techniques
Preparing image for output
Basic printing from Lightroom
This workshop will be presented as a lecture/discussion series and participants will be expected to complete assigned homework. There will be no requirement to bring a laptop to the classes as all assignments will be completed on your own and submitted electronically. Having a copy of Lightroom is critical for success in the workshop (note Adobe allows you to download a 30 day free trial if you want to try Lightroom for the workshop).

Instructors: (Edward Moniz)
Ed is an accredited member of the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC) and has been awarded the designation of Craftsman of Photographic Arts by the PPOC.

Formal training included black and white darkroom printing, Sante Fe Workshops Black and White Master Print series, Design Principles at Vancouver Island School of Art and a one-year mentorship program with the highly esteemed George DeWolfe. In addition, many seminars and workshops have helped develop both artistic and technical skills.

As a long-time photographer who reacts to and records the world around him, currently areas of interest are landscape and nature photography.
He is a former member and past president of the Victoria Camera Club and over the years has presented many workshops in Lightroom, Digital Editing and Fundamentals of Black and White.