At Alison Caron Design, 396 Main Street, Suite 14, Hyannis
Learn Betty Wiley’s Lightroom processing secrets in this new, one-day advanced Boot Camp! In addition to editing techniques, you will learn how to make and use your own presets; how to batch-process images; and how to achieve some popular looks favored by Instagram and others. You will learn different ways to get and stay organized using some cool features of Lightroom and pick up some insider tips and tricks. In addition, you will learn how to apply text to your images and create a “gallery” look right from inside Lightroom. We'll also cover printing images from Lightroom and using Lightroom “Mobile,” which enables you to use Lightroom on your phone or other mobile device.
Every student will receive practice tutorials. Lunch, snacks, and beverages will be provided. $199*
This class is for students who have previously used Lightroom and who have a basic understanding of using Lightroom and importing images. Moderate computer skills are recommended, and you must bring your own computer to class with a newer version of Lightroom installed. Note that Betty will be using Adobe’s Lightroom Classic version of the software, not Lightroom CC (the new cloud-based version of the software). Should you need to borrow a computer, please request one upon registration.
Betty Wiley is a free-lance photographer and instructor who resides on Cape Cod. Originally from Las Vegas, Nevada, she has lived in the northeast for over 35 years. She leads photography workshops and teaches post-processing classes on Cape Cod and elsewhere throughout New England. Her classes and workshops have received many accolades from her students and she is well known for her skill in the darkroom. Betty is also a frequent speaker to camera clubs and meet-up groups. Her images frequently appear in a various publications including Cape Cod Magazine, Chatham Magazine, Falmouth Magazine and South Shore Living. Betty is the author of a popular e-book entitled "Capturing the Light — A Photographer's Guide to Cape Cod." For more of her work, please visit her website at www.bettywileyphotography.com