This learning path can help iOS users understand how to get the most out of your photo-related tools. Go beyond the Camera app and learn how Lightroom for mobile can improve your photos and workflow. For extra inspiration, learn more about using Instagram or creating composite illustrations from photos with Adobe apps.
Discover all available photography-related tools on your mobile device.
Learn how Lightroom for mobile can improve your photography.
Explore other exciting photo apps available for iOS.
iPhone and iPad Photography for iOS 11 with Seán Duggan
Knowing how to use the latest operating system is critical to getting the best photos from your iPhone or iPad. Learn how to use all the photography-focused tools in iOS 11.
3h 22m • COURSE
Learning Lightroom Mobile: Import and Capture with Chris Orwig
Discover how to most effectively import, view, and capture photographs with the Adobe Lightroom mobile app.
45m 18s • COURSE
Learning Lightroom for Mobile: Improve Your Photos with Chris Orwig
Discover how to use the Lightroom mobile app to edit your photos. Learn about making selective adjustments, working with color, making advanced image editing adjustments, and more.
1h • COURSE
Learning Lightroom Mobile: Improve Your Workflow with Chris Orwig
Get up to speed with the Adobe Lightroom mobile app, and learn techniques that can help you enhance your overall workflow.
19m 20s • COURSE
Learning Instagram with Garrick Chow
Get up to speed quickly with Instagram, the wildly popular photo-sharing social network.
57m 40s • COURSE
Creating a Photo Composite Illustration with Adobe Apps with Tony Harmer
Learn how to quickly create photo illustrations on the go with Adobe mobile apps: Photoshop Sketch, Photoshop Fix, and Photoshop Mix. Learn a complete mobile-to-desktop workflow.
50m 41s • COURSE
Learning Lightroom Mobile: Share Your Work with Chris Orwig
Discover quick tips for sharing your photos with the world using the Adobe Lightroom mobile app.
15m 3s • COURSE
You'll learn mobile photography skills with these experts
Seán Duggan is a fine-art photographer, author, educator, and Adobe Certified Photoshop Expert.
Through his writing and teaching, he has been helping photographers master digital photography and digital darkroom techniques for over fifteen years. His core philosophy is to help people see the image possibilities in any situation, to look for the extraordinary in the ordinary, and to seek out uniquely personal ways of interpreting a scene, both with the camera and in the digital darkroom. He is a co-author of Photoshop Masking & Compositing (2nd Edition, 2012), Real World Digital Photography (3rd Edition, 2010), The Creative Digital Darkroom (2008), Photoshop Artistry (2006), and his Lightroom Tips column can be seen in Photoshop User magazine.
In a photographic career spanning over two decades, he has worked as a custom black-and-white darkroom printer and studio photographer, and has supervised the digital imaging department of a large professional photo lab. Equally at home with both low-tech and hi-tech approaches, Seán has a visual tool kit that includes a wide range of imaging tools, such as wooden pinhole and plastic toy cameras that use medium-format film, full-frame digital SLRs and advanced digital darkroom techniques, and, for creativity on the go, an Apple iPhone loaded with an arsenal of photo processing apps.
He develops and teaches online classes on Photoshop and imaging for photographers, and leads workshops at venues across the country, such as the Maine Media Workshops, the Santa Fe Photographic Workshops, and the Focus on Nature workshops, in Iceland. He also offers customized consulting and training in Northern California and online consulting sessions on digital photography, Photoshop, Lightroom, and digital workflow issues.
Chris Orwig is a celebrated photographer, author, and teacher who brings passion to everything he does.
He authors courses for LinkedIn Learning and Lynda.com, and was on the faculty at the Brooks Institute in Santa Barbara, CA. As a teacher, Chris subscribes to W. B. Yeats's idea that "education isn't about filling a pail, but igniting a fire." As a photographer, he agrees with Marc Riboud's observation that "taking pictures is savoring life intensely, every hundredth of a second." For more information and inspiration, visit www.chrisorwig.com.
Garrick Chow has authored 75+ training courses, and is a presenter at Macworld and AIGA.
Garrick Chow is a senior staff author at Lynda.com, and has authored dozens of courses, covering a diverse range of topics. He regularly leads live classes and seminars at private companies, government agencies, colleges, and universities. He has been a presenter at the Macworld conference, and at events for design associations such as AIGA and UCDA. His interests include audio and music production, digital lifestyle tools, and fitness-related apps and gadgets. When not sitting in front of a computer screen, Garrick can be found playing with the indie-rock band The Jellybricks (www.thejellybricks.com) or trail running. Visit him at www.garrickchow.com or follow him on Twitter @garrickchow.
Tony Harmer is an educator and illustrator. He has 160+ certifications—including Adobe Creative Suite Master.
Tony Harmer has worked in the creative industry for over thirty years on a range of design, illustration, and web/screen projects. An Adobe Certified Expert and Instructor with more than 160 certifications and one of only a few to achieve status as a Creative Suite Master, Tony has delivered training all over the UK and Europe.
Tony has written frequently for Computer Arts magazine and is a guest author on a number of blogs, but more than anything, he still just loves to sit and draw.