Adobe Lightroom / Photoshop CC photography plan (now known as Lightroom Classic CC), the premier software used by professional photographers, is an affordable option for hobby photographers and aspiring artists. This is a quick-start workshop designed to get you up and running and editing your images directly. Whether you have a DSLR or the new iPhone 7, Lightroom is perfect for organizing your RAW files. Editing capabilities are endless, guaranteed to spark your creativity.
For this class, you will need a collection of several images on your camera or iPhone and a laptop with the Adobe Photography Plan downloaded. Click here for a free 2-week trial version.
Included in this class is a copy of Karen’s course, Learn Lightroom in One Hour, for reference at home.
Class limited to 2 students
Private classes also available.
About the artist – Karen Olson
Modern day still life photography is often connected with mindfulness, stillness, and playfulness. My own experience with the art form has led me to a place of emotional healing and growth. The creative process is such an amazing thing! Our very being compels us to create. It is the means by which we make sense of the world. Each creative endeavor or personal expression brings clarity and sight, revealing who we are, and who we were meant to be. When we give ourselves permission to play, we begin to realize how essential it is for our well-being. The benefits are immeasurable! We become more productive overall, contentment is easier to find. Satisfied with our creative accomplishments, we go about daily living with more confidence, ease, and grace.
With this mindset, I go about creating art.
Karen Olson is a photographer and creative business mentor. She teaches in person and online workshop in photography and technology. Karen’s work has been published in several online sites and national magazines including Bangor Daily News and Bella Grace. Her blog was featured in the Stamptington Publications magazine Artful Blogging.
Karen has been involved in the Midcoast Maine community arts scene for more than 20 years. She is operations director for The Art Loft.