On Saturday, February 3rd, Lightroom Guy dot com held its inaugural New Skills in Lightroom, small group workshop, at our new Cobble Hill, Brooklyn office. The Lightroom Guy “world headquarters” is a cozy, quiet space designed with these small workshops in mind. You can reach us easily by subway with convenient parking nearby as well.

To meet our personal philosophy of maintaining a boutique approach to learning, our workshops are limited to a maximum of 4 attendees.

New Skills in Lightroom

Classes are limited to 4 attendees and taught by two Adobe Certified Lightroom Experts.

They are always co-taught by myself and my fellow Adobe Certified Lightroom Expert, David Mark Erickson. Small group workshops assure that everyone gets personal attention and no one falls behind. And, if you’ve ever been to a large workshop with dozens or even hundreds of attendees, you know exactly what I mean.

This is a three hour session focused on teaching you new skills, using Lightroom’s very powerful local Develop tools. Here a description of the workshop:

New Skills in Lightroom | Develop Like A Pro

Whether it’s Lightroom Classic or Lightroom CC, we’ve applied the developing techniques of professional darkroom printers and recreated them for digital photography. You’ll learn these new skills, not by just watching, but also by following along and developing photos with supervision and guidance by two Adobe Certified Lightroom Experts. That’s us!

By the end of the session, you’ll know how to make real-world practical use of the Adjustment brush, Radial and Gradient tools so you can take your photographs further.

You’ll learn how to add depth, emphasize your subject and bring out those subtle details you may not have unnoticed in the original capture.At the session’s end, you’ll get a PDF guide to help you remember the steps for using these tools and a cheat sheet of frequently used keyboard shortcuts.

Lightroom Guy’s next New Skills in Lightroom | Develop Like a Pro workshop will be on Saturday, April 14th from 9:30 – 12:30. Please contact us to reserve your seat.

Don’t forget, seating is limited to 4!