17 Mar 17
I am teaching Lightroom at the Adobe Theatre all four days of The Photography Show, 18–21 March, NEC Birmingham.
These sessions are free with your conference registration but will be ticketed. Tickets are free and may be collected in advance each day. Some tickets may still be available at the time of the session(s) but it’s best to get tickets ahead of time to ensure entry to a particular session. Note that these tickets for the Adobe Theatre are not the same as the ‘show tickets’ for the main conference. Tickets to the Adobe Theatre are only available at the stand, on the day.
The complete Adobe Theatre schedule is at
The Photography Show is the UK’s biggest and best event for all things photo related.
Lately I’ve become interested in recording the precise locations where I make my photos. I have an iPhone 4S and figured that might make a good GPS receiver, so I set about trying to find the best software, methods and workflow to make the process as accurate and easy as possible.
The best result: iPhone 4S with the GPS Tracks app and Adobe Lightroom.
Following are details of my findings. (more…)
Importing photos is one of the most crucial steps for working with your photos in Lightroom. And for too many photographers it’s also one of the most confusing and frustrating aspects of using Lightroom. Whether you are new to Lightroom or are a more advanced user, mastering your Import workflows is essential.
I’ve put together a two-part miniseries that describes the most important points of the Import process and how Lightroom helps you manage your files through the catalog. Click the links below to read the articles, published on Photofocus:
Part 1 – About Lightroom Catalogs
Part 2 – Importing and Organizing Your Photos
There’s lots more about Importing photos (and all other Lightroom topics) in my Lightroom 3 book.
My next Lightroom class is Level 2: Intermediate, in Denver on Saturday, October 15. Details at www.LightroomClasses.com
I’m teaching a three hour introductory class on Lightroom at Boulder Digital Arts next Thursday, March 3. If you’re new to Lightroom or not sure if it’s for you, come check it out. Details and registration are at http://boulderdigitalarts.com/training/details.asp?offering=181