I have posted quite few blog posts about Lightroom this year, so my apologies for yet another one.  I’ll try to keep this brief.

I get asked a LOT about Lightroom and I also talk a lot about it.  I like to think of myself as a Lightroom expert.  Here are my credentials:

  • I’ve been a user of Lightroom since before version 1 was released. I was one of the original beta testers.
  • I do one-to-one training and provide consultancy to photographers about how to use lightroom.
  • I have developed my own plug-ins for Lightroom (to support how I use it for my business)
  • I have recorded and published videos about how to work with Lightroom including advice on how to recover a corrupt catalog
  • I like to think that I push Lightroom to its limits (and occasionally beyond!)
  • I run multi-session Lightroom training courses

That final bullet point is why I am writing this blog.  I am running my 5-session Lightroom Training course again starting this Sunday.  This is a very comprehensive course that will teach you just about everything you need to know to make Lightroom work for you.

Each of the five sessions concentrates on a different aspect of Lightroom

Each session builds on the topics looked at in the prior sessions, so someone starting out with Lightroom will get the most benefit from attending all five sessions.

But if you already know a little about lightroom and only want to concentrate on specific areas you be reassured that each session is standalone and will make sense in isolation.

So if you are competent with managing and developing your images but struggle to get the most out of the Library module and want to speed up your workflow in general then it’s ok to just book for “Lightroom: The Library Module” and “Lightroom: Turbocharge your workflow”

For your convenience, you can book and pay for all FIVE sessions in one go here: https://www.ians-studio.co.uk/events/lightroom-training-course-all-five-sessions/ and pay for only FOUR