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Fine-Art Landscapes with Lightroom & Photoshop

Online Class Sunday, Feb 16, 2020

Discover my processing workflow using Adobe Lightroom Classic and Adobe Photoshop for creating stunning landscape photos, February 16th, 2020 3-6pm Eastern Time

Sunday, February 16th
3-6pm US Eastern Time (online)

In this online mastery course, you’ll learn fundamental and advanced techniques for processing landscape images in Lightroom Classic and Adobe Photoshop

  • Core Image Adjustments
    • Correcting exposure
    • Adjusting color
  • Local Enhancements with Brushes & Gradients
  • Sending images to Adobe Photoshop
  • Using Plug-ins (Color Efex Pro 4)
  • Cloning/Healing with Adobe Photoshop
  • High-Pass Sharpening in Adobe Photoshop
  • Finishing adjustments in Lightroom Classic

Live Training Event!

You will be able to ask questions during the class!
Includes a printable PDF of the presentation notes & video replay link

IMPORTANT NOTES FOR COMPLETING REGISTRATION

  • Registration closes 30 minutes prior to the class start
  • To complete registration, you must return to the event page after your payment is processed.
  • The registration email will be sent to you from events@eventzilla.net
  • Please check your SPAM folder if you do not receive the class login information.
  • Double-check your email address during registration!
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Upgrading to Photoshop CS6 while you still can (video)

Adobe rolled out the new Creative Cloud (CC) service today. If you are a long-time Photoshop user, as I am, this new service eliminates a perpetual-use license for Photoshop. I purchased Adobe Creative Suite CS6 last year and I plan on using it for at least another year. If you have Photoshop CS5, you can still get the $199 upgrade price to a full version of Photoshop CS6 for a short time.

To do this, you need to go to Adobe’s website, as authorized resellers are not able to offer the upgrade pricing. However, Adobe has hidden the upgrade pricing (probably to entice you over to the CC product), so I made a quick video showing just how you can get CS6 at the upgrade price:

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The reason I’m sticking with CS6 (for now) is simple. I already paid for it. While I’m sure there are many nice things in Photoshop CC, I really don’t need them. I’m using Lightroom 5 (which I strongly recommend at $149 full / $79 upgrade) as a perpetual-use license. That gives me ACR 8.1 (also updated to work in Photoshop CS6). Frankly, the number of new features in Photoshop just doesn’t appeal to me right now. I use Photoshop for layer blending, textures, and smart objects for my Nik Collection plug-ins. Even at the introductory price, buying into the Creative Cloud model today means I’m stuck in it forever… stop paying and your software deactivates. I’ll reconsider this decision next year and save for now. Even though CS6 users get the first year of software for $19.99 per month, that’s $239 I can spend on other things this year. Hopefully, Adobe will offer different pricing plans in the future that better fit the needs of Photographers.

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