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Adobe Lightroom Basics

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This is a classroom based, instructor led course, taking place in Austin, Texas.

  • Remember to bring your own computer (BYOC!)
  • The course is offered on a first come first serve basis, and space is limited!

This is a two-day course, lasting from 9am to 4pm each day. We usually do a 1-hour lunch break at noon, and additional morning and afternoon breaks.

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Pre-Requisites

Basic knowledge of your laptop computer and its operating system. No previous experience with Adobe LIghtroom required.

What You Need To Bring

This is a BYOC class, so students must bring their own computer (Mac or PC) running the necessary software.

If you don’t own a Creative Cloud license, you can buy a subscription at Adobe.com, or download the free trial version. We will be more than glad to help you with download, installation and set-up instructions ahead of the course.

Also, please remember to bring any extra equipment necessary to make your computer work, like power adaptor, your favorite mouse/pointing device, etc.

Go here (external link) to see the systems requirements for the individual Adobe programs.

We will supply you with all the necessary files to complete lessons and exercises, but feel free to bring some of your own works files if you have them.

What You Get

  • Adobe Certified Training (Alternatively: Adobe Professional Training)
  • Certificate of course completion and list of topics covered
  • Lesson and practice files, additional templates and sample files for use during and after the course
  • The course center offers snacks, coffee and tea during the course. You’ll have access to fast internet and color/black & white printers during the course (printers subject to availability).
  • Digital documentation and presentation handouts
  • Post-course email support without time limit (subject to availability, we will always respond as soon as possible)

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