One Day Workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom with brilliant set of Photographers @ DPC, Shahpur Jat, Delhi

This weekend started well with another workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It was my second workshop with DPC and thoroughly enjoyed varied conversations with creative Photographers from different walks of life. This time, it was a one day workshop where all the participants learned the basics of managing photographs and editing.Workshop started at 11am and we started with quick round of introduction, where everyone shared about type of photography they do, their expectations from this workshop, if they used any software in past for editing photographs and other relevant details. I was super excited to see diverse set of Photographers in terms of professions, genre, age, experience etc.The session started with basic understanding of popular Photo management and editing softwares in market, their pros & cons. It's extremely important to understand the goal of each software and which one works best for you. More than that it's important to know how people use these softwares in their workflows and which combination works best for you.Then Gradually moved to introduction of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, it's workspace, different between JPEG & RAW, Why RAW came into existence, a typical workflow of a photographer at broad level and mapping that with Lightroom. I always find this as a good starting point. Although many of the folks know some basics around these topics, but it's good to share again. Many times this leads to interesting and useful discussions.We proceeded with initial steps of Photographer workflow and understood the importance of metadata & how to manage that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.At around 2:10pm, we took our lunch break. Virendra had arranged nice lunch for us. I guess, no one could finish one thali :). Lunch-time was very well used to discuss other aspects of life, photography and office :)Usually idea of this workshop is to introduce photographers to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & share about it's power of organizing/managing your photographs and editing them. This workshop enabled photographers to start following the right workflow of managing, editing, sharing, Printing & publishing the photographs. Lightroom is comparatively easier software to understand and follow and that's why it's so popular amongst Photography communities now.  Before starting editing in Develop module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we  discussed about Histogram, how it can be used for editing. Apart from that we also discussed about choosing appropriate files for editing when you have multiple options. Apart from learning the tools, it's more important to know the right usage of these tools and how to avoid over-editing. Also the combinations of editing tools. We did some editing exercises, wherein we tried to visualize the end result and then thought of tools which could help us achieving those results. This was one of the most interesting parts of the workshop.Almost everyone was carrying a laptop to try out things being discussed in the workshop. A saturday well spent with fellow Lightroom and hope that everyone makes best use of this tool.Join community of Indian Lightroomers on facebook - The Indian Lightroomers

This weekend started well with another workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It was my second workshop with DPC and thoroughly enjoyed varied conversations with creative Photographers from different walks of life. This time, it was a one day workshop where all the participants learned the basics of managing photographs and editing. 

This weekend started well with another workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It was my second workshop with DPC and thoroughly enjoyed varied conversations with creative Photographers from different walks of life. This time, it was a one day workshop where all the participants learned the basics of managing photographs and editing.Workshop started at 11am and we started with quick round of introduction, where everyone shared about type of photography they do, their expectations from this workshop, if they used any software in past for editing photographs and other relevant details. I was super excited to see diverse set of Photographers in terms of professions, genre, age, experience etc.The session started with basic understanding of popular Photo management and editing softwares in market, their pros & cons. It's extremely important to understand the goal of each software and which one works best for you. More than that it's important to know how people use these softwares in their workflows and which combination works best for you.Then Gradually moved to introduction of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, it's workspace, different between JPEG & RAW, Why RAW came into existence, a typical workflow of a photographer at broad level and mapping that with Lightroom. I always find this as a good starting point. Although many of the folks know some basics around these topics, but it's good to share again. Many times this leads to interesting and useful discussions.We proceeded with initial steps of Photographer workflow and understood the importance of metadata & how to manage that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.At around 2:10pm, we took our lunch break. Virendra had arranged nice lunch for us. I guess, no one could finish one thali :). Lunch-time was very well used to discuss other aspects of life, photography and office :)Usually idea of this workshop is to introduce photographers to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & share about it's power of organizing/managing your photographs and editing them. This workshop enabled photographers to start following the right workflow of managing, editing, sharing, Printing & publishing the photographs. Lightroom is comparatively easier software to understand and follow and that's why it's so popular amongst Photography communities now.  Before starting editing in Develop module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we  discussed about Histogram, how it can be used for editing. Apart from that we also discussed about choosing appropriate files for editing when you have multiple options. Apart from learning the tools, it's more important to know the right usage of these tools and how to avoid over-editing. Also the combinations of editing tools. We did some editing exercises, wherein we tried to visualize the end result and then thought of tools which could help us achieving those results. This was one of the most interesting parts of the workshop.Almost everyone was carrying a laptop to try out things being discussed in the workshop. A saturday well spent with fellow Lightroom and hope that everyone makes best use of this tool.Join community of Indian Lightroomers on facebook - The Indian Lightroomers

Workshop started at 11am and we started with quick round of introduction, where everyone shared about type of photography they do, their expectations from this workshop, if they used any software in past for editing photographs and other relevant details. I was super excited to see diverse set of Photographers in terms of professions, genre, age, experience etc.

This weekend started well with another workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It was my second workshop with DPC and thoroughly enjoyed varied conversations with creative Photographers from different walks of life. This time, it was a one day workshop where all the participants learned the basics of managing photographs and editing.Workshop started at 11am and we started with quick round of introduction, where everyone shared about type of photography they do, their expectations from this workshop, if they used any software in past for editing photographs and other relevant details. I was super excited to see diverse set of Photographers in terms of professions, genre, age, experience etc.The session started with basic understanding of popular Photo management and editing softwares in market, their pros & cons. It's extremely important to understand the goal of each software and which one works best for you. More than that it's important to know how people use these softwares in their workflows and which combination works best for you.Then Gradually moved to introduction of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, it's workspace, different between JPEG & RAW, Why RAW came into existence, a typical workflow of a photographer at broad level and mapping that with Lightroom. I always find this as a good starting point. Although many of the folks know some basics around these topics, but it's good to share again. Many times this leads to interesting and useful discussions.We proceeded with initial steps of Photographer workflow and understood the importance of metadata & how to manage that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.At around 2:10pm, we took our lunch break. Virendra had arranged nice lunch for us. I guess, no one could finish one thali :). Lunch-time was very well used to discuss other aspects of life, photography and office :)Usually idea of this workshop is to introduce photographers to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & share about it's power of organizing/managing your photographs and editing them. This workshop enabled photographers to start following the right workflow of managing, editing, sharing, Printing & publishing the photographs. Lightroom is comparatively easier software to understand and follow and that's why it's so popular amongst Photography communities now.  Before starting editing in Develop module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we  discussed about Histogram, how it can be used for editing. Apart from that we also discussed about choosing appropriate files for editing when you have multiple options. Apart from learning the tools, it's more important to know the right usage of these tools and how to avoid over-editing. Also the combinations of editing tools. We did some editing exercises, wherein we tried to visualize the end result and then thought of tools which could help us achieving those results. This was one of the most interesting parts of the workshop.Almost everyone was carrying a laptop to try out things being discussed in the workshop. A saturday well spent with fellow Lightroom and hope that everyone makes best use of this tool.Join community of Indian Lightroomers on facebook - The Indian Lightroomers

The session started with basic understanding of popular Photo management and editing softwares in market, their pros & cons. It's extremely important to understand the goal of each software and which one works best for you. More than that it's important to know how people use these softwares in their workflows and which combination works best for you. 

This weekend started well with another workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It was my second workshop with DPC and thoroughly enjoyed varied conversations with creative Photographers from different walks of life. This time, it was a one day workshop where all the participants learned the basics of managing photographs and editing.Workshop started at 11am and we started with quick round of introduction, where everyone shared about type of photography they do, their expectations from this workshop, if they used any software in past for editing photographs and other relevant details. I was super excited to see diverse set of Photographers in terms of professions, genre, age, experience etc.The session started with basic understanding of popular Photo management and editing softwares in market, their pros & cons. It's extremely important to understand the goal of each software and which one works best for you. More than that it's important to know how people use these softwares in their workflows and which combination works best for you.Then Gradually moved to introduction of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, it's workspace, different between JPEG & RAW, Why RAW came into existence, a typical workflow of a photographer at broad level and mapping that with Lightroom. I always find this as a good starting point. Although many of the folks know some basics around these topics, but it's good to share again. Many times this leads to interesting and useful discussions.We proceeded with initial steps of Photographer workflow and understood the importance of metadata & how to manage that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.At around 2:10pm, we took our lunch break. Virendra had arranged nice lunch for us. I guess, no one could finish one thali :). Lunch-time was very well used to discuss other aspects of life, photography and office :)Usually idea of this workshop is to introduce photographers to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & share about it's power of organizing/managing your photographs and editing them. This workshop enabled photographers to start following the right workflow of managing, editing, sharing, Printing & publishing the photographs. Lightroom is comparatively easier software to understand and follow and that's why it's so popular amongst Photography communities now.  Before starting editing in Develop module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we  discussed about Histogram, how it can be used for editing. Apart from that we also discussed about choosing appropriate files for editing when you have multiple options. Apart from learning the tools, it's more important to know the right usage of these tools and how to avoid over-editing. Also the combinations of editing tools. We did some editing exercises, wherein we tried to visualize the end result and then thought of tools which could help us achieving those results. This was one of the most interesting parts of the workshop.Almost everyone was carrying a laptop to try out things being discussed in the workshop. A saturday well spent with fellow Lightroom and hope that everyone makes best use of this tool.Join community of Indian Lightroomers on facebook - The Indian Lightroomers

Then Gradually moved to introduction of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, it's workspace, different between JPEG & RAW, Why RAW came into existence, a typical workflow of a photographer at broad level and mapping that with Lightroom. I always find this as a good starting point. Although many of the folks know some basics around these topics, but it's good to share again. Many times this leads to interesting and useful discussions. 

This weekend started well with another workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It was my second workshop with DPC and thoroughly enjoyed varied conversations with creative Photographers from different walks of life. This time, it was a one day workshop where all the participants learned the basics of managing photographs and editing.Workshop started at 11am and we started with quick round of introduction, where everyone shared about type of photography they do, their expectations from this workshop, if they used any software in past for editing photographs and other relevant details. I was super excited to see diverse set of Photographers in terms of professions, genre, age, experience etc.The session started with basic understanding of popular Photo management and editing softwares in market, their pros & cons. It's extremely important to understand the goal of each software and which one works best for you. More than that it's important to know how people use these softwares in their workflows and which combination works best for you.Then Gradually moved to introduction of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, it's workspace, different between JPEG & RAW, Why RAW came into existence, a typical workflow of a photographer at broad level and mapping that with Lightroom. I always find this as a good starting point. Although many of the folks know some basics around these topics, but it's good to share again. Many times this leads to interesting and useful discussions.We proceeded with initial steps of Photographer workflow and understood the importance of metadata & how to manage that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.At around 2:10pm, we took our lunch break. Virendra had arranged nice lunch for us. I guess, no one could finish one thali :). Lunch-time was very well used to discuss other aspects of life, photography and office :)Usually idea of this workshop is to introduce photographers to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & share about it's power of organizing/managing your photographs and editing them. This workshop enabled photographers to start following the right workflow of managing, editing, sharing, Printing & publishing the photographs. Lightroom is comparatively easier software to understand and follow and that's why it's so popular amongst Photography communities now.  Before starting editing in Develop module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we  discussed about Histogram, how it can be used for editing. Apart from that we also discussed about choosing appropriate files for editing when you have multiple options. Apart from learning the tools, it's more important to know the right usage of these tools and how to avoid over-editing. Also the combinations of editing tools. We did some editing exercises, wherein we tried to visualize the end result and then thought of tools which could help us achieving those results. This was one of the most interesting parts of the workshop.Almost everyone was carrying a laptop to try out things being discussed in the workshop. A saturday well spent with fellow Lightroom and hope that everyone makes best use of this tool.Join community of Indian Lightroomers on facebook - The Indian Lightroomers

We proceeded with initial steps of Photographer workflow and understood the importance of metadata & how to manage that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. 

This weekend started well with another workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It was my second workshop with DPC and thoroughly enjoyed varied conversations with creative Photographers from different walks of life. This time, it was a one day workshop where all the participants learned the basics of managing photographs and editing.Workshop started at 11am and we started with quick round of introduction, where everyone shared about type of photography they do, their expectations from this workshop, if they used any software in past for editing photographs and other relevant details. I was super excited to see diverse set of Photographers in terms of professions, genre, age, experience etc.The session started with basic understanding of popular Photo management and editing softwares in market, their pros & cons. It's extremely important to understand the goal of each software and which one works best for you. More than that it's important to know how people use these softwares in their workflows and which combination works best for you.Then Gradually moved to introduction of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, it's workspace, different between JPEG & RAW, Why RAW came into existence, a typical workflow of a photographer at broad level and mapping that with Lightroom. I always find this as a good starting point. Although many of the folks know some basics around these topics, but it's good to share again. Many times this leads to interesting and useful discussions.We proceeded with initial steps of Photographer workflow and understood the importance of metadata & how to manage that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.At around 2:10pm, we took our lunch break. Virendra had arranged nice lunch for us. I guess, no one could finish one thali :). Lunch-time was very well used to discuss other aspects of life, photography and office :)Usually idea of this workshop is to introduce photographers to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & share about it's power of organizing/managing your photographs and editing them. This workshop enabled photographers to start following the right workflow of managing, editing, sharing, Printing & publishing the photographs. Lightroom is comparatively easier software to understand and follow and that's why it's so popular amongst Photography communities now.  Before starting editing in Develop module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we  discussed about Histogram, how it can be used for editing. Apart from that we also discussed about choosing appropriate files for editing when you have multiple options. Apart from learning the tools, it's more important to know the right usage of these tools and how to avoid over-editing. Also the combinations of editing tools. We did some editing exercises, wherein we tried to visualize the end result and then thought of tools which could help us achieving those results. This was one of the most interesting parts of the workshop.Almost everyone was carrying a laptop to try out things being discussed in the workshop. A saturday well spent with fellow Lightroom and hope that everyone makes best use of this tool.Join community of Indian Lightroomers on facebook - The Indian Lightroomers

At around 2:10pm, we took our lunch break. Virendra had arranged nice lunch for us. I guess, no one could finish one thali :). Lunch-time was very well used to discuss other aspects of life, photography and office :)

This weekend started well with another workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It was my second workshop with DPC and thoroughly enjoyed varied conversations with creative Photographers from different walks of life. This time, it was a one day workshop where all the participants learned the basics of managing photographs and editing.Workshop started at 11am and we started with quick round of introduction, where everyone shared about type of photography they do, their expectations from this workshop, if they used any software in past for editing photographs and other relevant details. I was super excited to see diverse set of Photographers in terms of professions, genre, age, experience etc.The session started with basic understanding of popular Photo management and editing softwares in market, their pros & cons. It's extremely important to understand the goal of each software and which one works best for you. More than that it's important to know how people use these softwares in their workflows and which combination works best for you.Then Gradually moved to introduction of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, it's workspace, different between JPEG & RAW, Why RAW came into existence, a typical workflow of a photographer at broad level and mapping that with Lightroom. I always find this as a good starting point. Although many of the folks know some basics around these topics, but it's good to share again. Many times this leads to interesting and useful discussions.We proceeded with initial steps of Photographer workflow and understood the importance of metadata & how to manage that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.At around 2:10pm, we took our lunch break. Virendra had arranged nice lunch for us. I guess, no one could finish one thali :). Lunch-time was very well used to discuss other aspects of life, photography and office :)Usually idea of this workshop is to introduce photographers to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & share about it's power of organizing/managing your photographs and editing them. This workshop enabled photographers to start following the right workflow of managing, editing, sharing, Printing & publishing the photographs. Lightroom is comparatively easier software to understand and follow and that's why it's so popular amongst Photography communities now.  Before starting editing in Develop module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we  discussed about Histogram, how it can be used for editing. Apart from that we also discussed about choosing appropriate files for editing when you have multiple options. Apart from learning the tools, it's more important to know the right usage of these tools and how to avoid over-editing. Also the combinations of editing tools. We did some editing exercises, wherein we tried to visualize the end result and then thought of tools which could help us achieving those results. This was one of the most interesting parts of the workshop.Almost everyone was carrying a laptop to try out things being discussed in the workshop. A saturday well spent with fellow Lightroom and hope that everyone makes best use of this tool.Join community of Indian Lightroomers on facebook - The Indian Lightroomers

Usually idea of this workshop is to introduce photographers to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & share about it's power of organizing/managing your photographs and editing them. This workshop enabled photographers to start following the right workflow of managing, editing, sharing, Printing & publishing the photographs. Lightroom is comparatively easier software to understand and follow and that's why it's so popular amongst Photography communities now.  

This weekend started well with another workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It was my second workshop with DPC and thoroughly enjoyed varied conversations with creative Photographers from different walks of life. This time, it was a one day workshop where all the participants learned the basics of managing photographs and editing.Workshop started at 11am and we started with quick round of introduction, where everyone shared about type of photography they do, their expectations from this workshop, if they used any software in past for editing photographs and other relevant details. I was super excited to see diverse set of Photographers in terms of professions, genre, age, experience etc.The session started with basic understanding of popular Photo management and editing softwares in market, their pros & cons. It's extremely important to understand the goal of each software and which one works best for you. More than that it's important to know how people use these softwares in their workflows and which combination works best for you.Then Gradually moved to introduction of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, it's workspace, different between JPEG & RAW, Why RAW came into existence, a typical workflow of a photographer at broad level and mapping that with Lightroom. I always find this as a good starting point. Although many of the folks know some basics around these topics, but it's good to share again. Many times this leads to interesting and useful discussions.We proceeded with initial steps of Photographer workflow and understood the importance of metadata & how to manage that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.At around 2:10pm, we took our lunch break. Virendra had arranged nice lunch for us. I guess, no one could finish one thali :). Lunch-time was very well used to discuss other aspects of life, photography and office :)Usually idea of this workshop is to introduce photographers to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & share about it's power of organizing/managing your photographs and editing them. This workshop enabled photographers to start following the right workflow of managing, editing, sharing, Printing & publishing the photographs. Lightroom is comparatively easier software to understand and follow and that's why it's so popular amongst Photography communities now.  Before starting editing in Develop module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we  discussed about Histogram, how it can be used for editing. Apart from that we also discussed about choosing appropriate files for editing when you have multiple options. Apart from learning the tools, it's more important to know the right usage of these tools and how to avoid over-editing. Also the combinations of editing tools. We did some editing exercises, wherein we tried to visualize the end result and then thought of tools which could help us achieving those results. This was one of the most interesting parts of the workshop.Almost everyone was carrying a laptop to try out things being discussed in the workshop. A saturday well spent with fellow Lightroom and hope that everyone makes best use of this tool.Join community of Indian Lightroomers on facebook - The Indian Lightroomers

Before starting editing in Develop module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we  discussed about Histogram, how it can be used for editing. Apart from that we also discussed about choosing appropriate files for editing when you have multiple options. Apart from learning the tools, it's more important to know the right usage of these tools and how to avoid over-editing. Also the combinations of editing tools. We did some editing exercises, wherein we tried to visualize the end result and then thought of tools which could help us achieving those results. This was one of the most interesting parts of the workshop. 

This weekend started well with another workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It was my second workshop with DPC and thoroughly enjoyed varied conversations with creative Photographers from different walks of life. This time, it was a one day workshop where all the participants learned the basics of managing photographs and editing.Workshop started at 11am and we started with quick round of introduction, where everyone shared about type of photography they do, their expectations from this workshop, if they used any software in past for editing photographs and other relevant details. I was super excited to see diverse set of Photographers in terms of professions, genre, age, experience etc.The session started with basic understanding of popular Photo management and editing softwares in market, their pros & cons. It's extremely important to understand the goal of each software and which one works best for you. More than that it's important to know how people use these softwares in their workflows and which combination works best for you.Then Gradually moved to introduction of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, it's workspace, different between JPEG & RAW, Why RAW came into existence, a typical workflow of a photographer at broad level and mapping that with Lightroom. I always find this as a good starting point. Although many of the folks know some basics around these topics, but it's good to share again. Many times this leads to interesting and useful discussions.We proceeded with initial steps of Photographer workflow and understood the importance of metadata & how to manage that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.At around 2:10pm, we took our lunch break. Virendra had arranged nice lunch for us. I guess, no one could finish one thali :). Lunch-time was very well used to discuss other aspects of life, photography and office :)Usually idea of this workshop is to introduce photographers to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & share about it's power of organizing/managing your photographs and editing them. This workshop enabled photographers to start following the right workflow of managing, editing, sharing, Printing & publishing the photographs. Lightroom is comparatively easier software to understand and follow and that's why it's so popular amongst Photography communities now.  Before starting editing in Develop module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we  discussed about Histogram, how it can be used for editing. Apart from that we also discussed about choosing appropriate files for editing when you have multiple options. Apart from learning the tools, it's more important to know the right usage of these tools and how to avoid over-editing. Also the combinations of editing tools. We did some editing exercises, wherein we tried to visualize the end result and then thought of tools which could help us achieving those results. This was one of the most interesting parts of the workshop.Almost everyone was carrying a laptop to try out things being discussed in the workshop. A saturday well spent with fellow Lightroom and hope that everyone makes best use of this tool.Join community of Indian Lightroomers on facebook - The Indian Lightroomers

Almost everyone was carrying a laptop to try out things being discussed in the workshop. A saturday well spent with fellow Lightroom and hope that everyone makes best use of this tool.

This weekend started well with another workshop on Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. It was my second workshop with DPC and thoroughly enjoyed varied conversations with creative Photographers from different walks of life. This time, it was a one day workshop where all the participants learned the basics of managing photographs and editing.Workshop started at 11am and we started with quick round of introduction, where everyone shared about type of photography they do, their expectations from this workshop, if they used any software in past for editing photographs and other relevant details. I was super excited to see diverse set of Photographers in terms of professions, genre, age, experience etc.The session started with basic understanding of popular Photo management and editing softwares in market, their pros & cons. It's extremely important to understand the goal of each software and which one works best for you. More than that it's important to know how people use these softwares in their workflows and which combination works best for you.Then Gradually moved to introduction of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, it's workspace, different between JPEG & RAW, Why RAW came into existence, a typical workflow of a photographer at broad level and mapping that with Lightroom. I always find this as a good starting point. Although many of the folks know some basics around these topics, but it's good to share again. Many times this leads to interesting and useful discussions.We proceeded with initial steps of Photographer workflow and understood the importance of metadata & how to manage that in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom.At around 2:10pm, we took our lunch break. Virendra had arranged nice lunch for us. I guess, no one could finish one thali :). Lunch-time was very well used to discuss other aspects of life, photography and office :)Usually idea of this workshop is to introduce photographers to Adobe Photoshop Lightroom & share about it's power of organizing/managing your photographs and editing them. This workshop enabled photographers to start following the right workflow of managing, editing, sharing, Printing & publishing the photographs. Lightroom is comparatively easier software to understand and follow and that's why it's so popular amongst Photography communities now.  Before starting editing in Develop module of Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, we  discussed about Histogram, how it can be used for editing. Apart from that we also discussed about choosing appropriate files for editing when you have multiple options. Apart from learning the tools, it's more important to know the right usage of these tools and how to avoid over-editing. Also the combinations of editing tools. We did some editing exercises, wherein we tried to visualize the end result and then thought of tools which could help us achieving those results. This was one of the most interesting parts of the workshop.Almost everyone was carrying a laptop to try out things being discussed in the workshop. A saturday well spent with fellow Lightroom and hope that everyone makes best use of this tool.Join community of Indian Lightroomers on facebook - The Indian Lightroomers

Join community of Indian Lightroomers on facebook - "The Indian Lightroomers"


This workshop is organized by Delhi Photography Club, and they keep doing interesting workshops for members of the club and some of the workshops are open for non-members as well.

Photographs by - Virendra Singh Shekhawat

1 comment:

kaushalblog said...

Indeed a Great experience... Looking much more to coming....

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