JUNE 28, 2017 - Adobe Certified Expert Rob Knight - Lightroom organization 101

2017 06 11 Rob Knight Resized7:00PM -  Cornerstone Coworking 279 W Crogan Street, Lawrenceville, GA

As most of know, Adobe Lightroom is a powerful tool for photographers to import, organize and edit their photos quickly and easily.

Tonight, Rob Knight, Adobe Certified Expert in Photoshop Lightroom will help you make the most of the software and develop an efficient workflow. This program is great for new Lightroom users, or experienced users who want to improve their Lightroom skill-set.

This program is based on some of the Lightroom tools Rob uses every day. You’ll learn how to import, sort and organize your images in the Library module. Rob will show you his efficient workflow for finding images easily, and he will teach you the tools you need to develop your own organizational workflow.

Rob Knight, is a Travel and Nature photographer who has been a professional artist for nearly thirty years. He’s been a photographer for more than half of that time and an educator since 2010. 

Rob is a member of the Panasonic LUMIX Luminary team and a Manfrotto Ambassador. He is an Adobe Certified Expert in Photoshop Lightroom, and he was a finalist for the National Association of Photoshop Professional’s “Photoshop Guru” award for photography in 2008 and 2009. His Lightroom training includes the Essentials for Lightroom app for iOS and countless classes and workshops. Rob has published two books, Snapshots to Great Shots: LUMIX GX7 & GM1 and The Enthusiast’s Guide to the LUMIX LX100.

Rob is perhaps best known for his destination photo workshops, his easy-going teaching style and his informative critiques. Rob enjoys teaching in a classroom setting, but he loves teaching and exploring with students on location. Rob founded Rob Knight’s Photo Adventures workshops in 2010 to provide all-inclusive photo workshops in Costa Rica. In addition to the popular Costa Rica workshops, Rob Knight’s Photo Adventures now offers trips in the U.S. to destinations like Route 66 and costal Maine.

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