Adobe Photoshop For Lightroom Users

Live Online Class Feb. 14, 2021

While Adobe Lightroom Classic is a powerful image editor and workflow management tool by itself, there are certain things that it cannot do. To go beyond Lightroom, you need a pixel editor such as Adobe Photoshop. In this live online class, I will teach you the fundamental Adobe Photoshop techniques you need to pair it with Lightroom.

When: Sunday, February 14th, 2021
Time: 10am-1pm US Mountain Time (UTC -7)

What time is this class in my time zone?

I will present a coherent Lightroom/Photoshop workflow strategy and take you through the features of Photoshop that every Lightroom user should know, including:

  • How to prepare images for Photoshop in the Lighroom Develop Module
  • Sending images from Lightroom to Photoshop
  • Understanding Layers/Adjustment Layers/Layer Masks
  • Cloning/Healing/Content Aware Fill Tools
  • Adding text to your images
  • Using Plug-in software in Layers and as Smart Filters
  • High-Pass Sharpening
  • Working with RAW Smart Objects in Photoshop
  • How to finish Photoshop files in Adobe Lightroom

6 thoughts on “Adobe Photoshop For Lightroom Users”

  1. I signed up for this and am looking forward to it.

    When I had Eventzilla add it to my iCal calendar, it added an event starting 2/4/21 at 09:00 PST and ending 3/2/22 at 13:00 PST.

    I may need to stock up in beer and chips!

  2. Hi Jason,

    I hope you’re well, I’d love to be part of the ADOBE PHOTOSHOP FOR LIGHTROOM USERS webinar however timings may be difficult for me given its valentines day and we’ve two small children that need dinner at the same time the course starts (5pm in the UK).

    I’d still like to sign up and have access to the link of the recording, is it ok if I do that? I will try to join but know its unlikely I’ll be able to at that time of day.


  3. This is a live class, with questions from participants. Due to privacy concerns, the replay is only available to those who pre-register.

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