Lightroom Workshops

UPDATE: Enter to win a free workshop with me.

I’ve been involved with writing about Lightroom, helping people solve Lightroom problems, creating videos about Lightroom, and teaching Lightroom classes since Lightroom 1 was first released, but I get the most enjoyment from having the opportunity to teach people in person. I am delighted to report that I have been invited to join the team of Lightroom experts at Lightroom Workshops.

Lightroom Workshops, founded by Jerry Courvoisier and staffed by a top-notch team, conducts 2-day intensive Lightroom instruction at a growing list of cities worldwide. I’ll be in a number of East Coast cities over the next few months (with more dates to follow):

  • (being rescheduled for the fall), Providence, RI
  • Sept 17 – 18, Manchester, NH (my own backyard!)
  • Sept 24 – 25, Boston, MA
  • Oct 22 – 23, Jacksonville, FL

But check out the complete list for a city near you and to see when new dates are added. I’ll be riding shotgun with Jerry at his May 21 – 22 workshop in Hartford, CT, so if you’re itching to accelerate your Lightroom learning there’s no need to wait.

These 2-day workshops are intensive hands-on learning with Lightroom 3. It is required that you have your laptop loaded with Lightroom while we cover every aspect of a Lightroom workflow. You will get a lot of personal attention, so bring all your Lightroom questions! Any Lightroom user, from serious amateur to working pro can benefit from these workshops. You’ll find a number of instructive PDFs on various Lightroom topics are already available on the site, so there’s no reason you can’t start learning now.

Hope to see you at a future workshop!

UPDATE: Enter to win a free workshop with me.

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