Join National Camera Exchange’s Jason Brown for the second course in our Adobe Lightroom series, where we will explore the Develop module. Jason will discuss some of the best editing tools to use within Lightroom and will walk you through the process of enhancing your images. During this online event, you will learn how to correctly adjust your exposure, reduce noise, and sharpen your images for the best possible results. To help you speed up your processing workflow, Jason will also touch on batch processing and creating presets. The seminar portion of this event will roughly cover the first hour and a half, and we will wrap up with a Q&A portion at the end—be sure to bring your questions!
Buy-one-get-one half off with the purchase of both Lightroom 1 & 2 classes with coupon code HalfLight2022
• In order to receive the bundle discount, you must add both classes to your cart and apply the coupon code before checking out
• Limit one class bundle discount per email address
Click here to register for Lightroom 1: Organizing
Participants will be emailed a downloadable PDF and link to the webinar, so please be sure to provide a working email address when reserving your spot. You can expect to hear from us via email around 12pm CST on the day of the event; please be sure to check your Junk or Spam folder if you do not receive an email in your regular inbox at that time. If you have any questions about this event, please email us at email@example.com.
Please Note: If new to Lightroom, we recommend taking Lightroom 1: Organizing, before participating in this course. Both of our Lightroom seminars cover Adobe Lightroom Classic and previous versions of Lightroom.
• Registration for Lightroom 1 and the Lightroom bundle closes on Monday, October 24th at 10pm
• If purchasing Lightroom 2 only, registration closes on Wednesday, October 26th at 10pm
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