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We have decided that we must dedicate this blog to the reality of two things: that Lightroom 4 is out and amazing, plus, there is an awesome opportunity to work closely, in a small group, for an entire weekend with Adobe Lightroom Wizard, Jay Kinghorn… in May! Here, you will get to learn through the eyes of an expert how to work with the new and very distinguished, Lightroom 4.
Because there is limited space, we especially don’t want you, our favorite customers, to miss out on this opportunity. Click here to watch a short video by Jay about the workshop and read on…
When and Where:
Jay Kinghorn’s Lightroom Mastery Weekend Workshops
Denver • May 19/20, 2012
Andrew Clark’s studio at 1481 South Gaylord Street in Denver
The class is limited to 15 people. Pre-registration is required and Digital2you can help you with a discount. (wink, wink… keep reading)
Some Information About Lightroom 4
Lightroom 4, a powerful photo management tool, helps you transform your photos and dSLR videos from a devilish jumble into a manageable utopia of visual media.
The new release of Lightroom 4, download here, incorporates several new features like Maps for image organization and Books for publishing your photos. There is more though… Lightroom 4 includes several major changes to the structure and function of even the most basic image corrections, making everything much easier, friendlier and more efficient to work with. Yay!
Just so you know, Adobe has teamed up with Blurb, whose book templates are now embedded in the new Lightroom. You can design, edit and then submit your book directly to Blurb for printing from Lightroom 4! You even have access to price quotes and all the custom book options you could wish for. I am personally excited about this, especially because of the all the added steps that are necessary to download templates, save correctly and figure out pricing by going directly to Blurb’s website and working in InDesign. This makes life so much easier. It also means that I, speaking for myself, may never leave my apartment, once I have this program set up and ready to go. Don’t let me misguide you though, the workshop we are talking about will not necessarily be focused on book making. If you are a professional, an instructor, or looking at creating ways to work more efficiently… This is an opportunity you won’t want to miss.
More about the Workshop
On May 19th and 20th, you will get to spend an information-packed, fun and enlightening weekend with author, expert trainer and Olympus Visionary photographer Jay Kinghorn and return home with a creative, efficient, flexible digital photography workflow that saves time while ensuring your photos are protected with an effective backup strategy.
There is Much to Learn
Gain a deeper understanding of this robust program to help you devise creative solutions to many of your photography needs in Lightroom, by:
• Using DNG profiles to minimize repetitive corrections
• Creating presets to streamline your workflow from ingest to print
• Learning techniques for reliably preparing photos for print and the Web
• Learning techniques within Photoshop to extend the power of your workflow
• Utilizing Lightroom 4’s new features to improve image quality
Psst… Workshop admission is only $297. (Digital2You customers receive $40 off at checkout using the coupon code “d2u”. Aren’t you glad we are letting you know about this?!)
Learn more about these weekend workshops and register here.
You can also check out Jay’s visual blog and follow him on Twitter @jaykinghorn
Added Bonus! Dennis Halley will be providing the new X-Rite Eye One Display Pro for color management at Jay’s workshop, along with the Eizo Coloredge CG243W-BK High Resolution Color Monitor, Epson Pro Graphics Printers & more! We also will have on hand the Epson Signature Worthy Fine Art Papers & be available to assist with any of the new products from our website www.digital2you.cc
And Another Bonus! This workshop will be held at the recently and fabulously renovated studio of Andrew Clark Photography, amazing portrait and wedding photography. The studio is located at 1481 S Gaylord St in Denver. Learn more about Andrew and follow him on Facebook here.