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The Introducing Lightroom Classic Free Email Course

Are you new to Lightroom Classic? Would you like to learn more about how ​it  works? Get started on your Lightroom Classic journey now, sign up for our Mastering Photography newsletter and ​get automatic enrolment into our free Lightroom Classic email course.

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* The course covers ​Lightroom Classic, and most of the content applies to older versions such as Lightroom 6 and Lightroom 5.

* Five free lessons delivered straight to your inbox.

* This course is interactive – reply and ask me anything you like about Lightroom Classic.

  • What is Lightroom Classic and what does it do?
  • Lightroom Classic as a workflow tool.
  • The Catalog and its role as the heart of Lightroom Classic.
  • The advantages of using Lightroom Classic to organize, search and develop your photos.
  • What is Lightroom Classi​c?
  • The important differences between Lightroom Classic and Lightroom​.
  • Which ​Adobe Photography Plan should you ​subscribe to?
  • What happens when your Lightroom Classic subscription ends?
  • How to backup the Lightroom Catalog.
  • How to backup your photos.
  • The advantages of retouching portraits in Lightroom.
  • The benefits of a Smart Preview based workflow.
  • How to work faster with Develop Presets.
  • How to import photos into Lightroom.
  • Where Lightroom saves your photos.
  • Learn what all the options in the Import window do.
  • Why some photographers convert their Raw files to DNG.
  • Why using Smart Previews makes the Develop module faster.
  • The most important setting in the Develop module.
  • Learn how to use local adjustments wisely.
  • Why you should use Clarity in moderation.

Join the Introducing Lightroom Classic free email course now!