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In this course, Chris Orwig navigates through several real-world photography assignment scenarios and introduces his workflow recommendations in Adobe Photoshop Lightroom for each one, whether on-site, in the field, or back at the office. For a wedding or other event, Chris shows how to import images quickly, batch process the pictures, and create a slideshow to display during the event or import to Facebook. Back at the office, Chris demonstrates how the images can be reprocessed and exported for printing at a lab or burning to DVD.
The second workflow covers location shoots for travel photography. Chris shows how to label photos with travel-specific keywords and add locations to photos with the Lightroom Map module. At home the images can be added to catalogs, laid out in a book format, or printed on multi-image sheets.
The final two methodologies cover the editorial or commercial process and a more personal and creative one. Whatever the shooting scenario, this course offers an organized and comprehensive workflow for taking photographs through the editing process in Lightroom.
In a teaching context, when people talk about Lightroom, they typically mention at some point that Lightroom is a workflow application. It is a tool which helps us put together these different pieces of our own photographic workflow. Well, with this course, my hope has been that by seeing these different workflows, that it has given you insight into how you can develop or build your own workflow. And if ever we've touched upon a topic that may be of interest to you or that you want to learn more about, there are some other courses in the library that you may find to be helpful.
Well, in closing, thanks for joining me in this course. I look forward to seeing you in another one. Bye for now.
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