Lightroom in a Day – NANPA Road Show Seminar

Lightroom in Day Seminar, Rye, NH

Lightroom in Day Seminar, Rye, NH

Where: The Seacoast Science Center in Rye, New Hampshire.

When: Saturday, April 14th 2011, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

Cost: $99.00 for members of the North American Nature Photography Association, $129.00 for non-members

Who should attend: Anyone interested in learning how to maximize their photo editing and archiving workflow using Adobe Lightroom.

Maximum Group Size: 30

Description: In this seminar, you will learn how to maximize your time in Lightroom by efficiently managing your photo archive, developing a consistent RAW processing workflow, and taking advantage of Lightroom’s powerful printing engine. In the morning session, Jerry will show how he uses Lightroom’s Library module to easily track images and automate the process of entering keywords and other metadata. He will also simplify the process of editing RAW files using the Develop module.  In the afternoon session, Jerry will get more in-depth with the Develop module and explore the use of Lightroom plug-ins, including Nik HDR EFEX Pro and Helicon Focus. Wrapping up the seminar will be a discussion of how to use Lightroom’s Print module to automate the print process, and how to use print profiles and Lightroom’s sharpening algorithms to produce fine art prints.

Registration: Registration for this workshop is handled by the North American Nature Photograph Association. Please register on-line at:

Questions? Please post your questions in the comments field below or e-mail or call Jerry:, 888-705-8274.

4 thoughts on “Lightroom in a Day – NANPA Road Show Seminar

    • Hi Myer,

      Thanks for signing up! Yep, we’ll dig into a little Lightroom 4. I tried it out briefly yesterday and I’m impressed with some of the new local adjustments and the basic video editing capabilities. See you in a few months!

  1. Hi Jerry,

    I received LR 3 as a gift a few month ago, but have not yet used the product. I recently bought Martin Evening’s book. Is this a seminar for experienced LR users or newbies?

    Looking forward to hearing from you. Fondly, Leigh Anne

    • Hi Leigh Anne – you should get plenty out of the Lightroom seminar even if you are new to the software. Martin Evening’s book is a great choice. I think the more you read up before the class and try the software, the more you’ll get out of the class because you’ll know which questions to ask.

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