• Introduction-Intermediate
  • Digital Arts & Photography

This course introduces students to all of Adobe Lightroom’s possibilities—from importing and organizing to making global and local corrections. Students begin by creating a Lightroom catalogue and arranging their digital files within it. They then delve into creative image processing in the Develop module, and learn about intensive color work, creative black-and-white conversions, perspective correction, and even Photomerge and HDR. Participants must bring an external hard drive from which to work.

Spring 2020:

6 Weeks:  Base Tuition: $305 + Lab Fee: $20 = Total: $325

Notes: Intro-Intermediate. Prerequisite: For beginners, however, Mac computer familiarity or literacy is required.
* This course is not currently open for registration

What you will learn


  • Introduction to Lightroom basics, panel and module functionality.
  • To create a digital photographic workflow using Lightroom (creating a catalogue, importing images, managing database with star ratings, color coding, organizing a folder hierarchy and file naming system)
  • Understanding the Develop module to edit images, color balance, lens correction, clone stamping, basic masking etc.
  • Exporting final images for print and for web using correct file formats, color profiles and resolution

Materials to Bring

  • External hard drive (portable)