Facilitator: Virginia Stranaghan
This workshop will cover the Book, Slideshow & Print Modules of Lightroom. There will be an overview of the modules and Lightroom’s offerings in each of the modules. Both members who already have Lightroom and those members trying to decide if Lightroom is the software they wish to invest in, will benefit from this workshop.
In addition to the overview you will learn how to create a Book, a Slideshow and the settings available in the Print Module for printing your image.
This is a hands on workshop and members are invited to bring their laptops with Lightroom installed so they can follow along with the exercises we will be doing.
Please register in advance for the workshop, as it will be limited number of 30 attendees maximum.
Starting Time: 9:00am
Barton Stone Church
21 Stone Church Road West
Registration for this workshop is below
HCC Non-Members: $25.00 pre-registration required
About Virginia Stranaghan
I was a self-taught photographer until later in my life when I decided to take on formal training in photography. I took several photographic courses and developed my vision along with improving my photographic knowledge. Although the principles of photography remain the same, the era from film to digital photography was very exciting for me, and has opened immense possibilities with new techniques and the manipulation of images with photographic editing software on a computer.
As a teacher at Sheridan College I taught several computer software programs over a 10 year period, I found the switch to digital was a perfect fit for me.
The world around me is my inspiration and fuels my passion to capture my vision in a photograph, which drives me to continue to pursue and develop my skills and style.
I have spent time with both Freeman Patterson and Andre Gallant. The inspiration and insight I gained from this experience is impossible to put into words. Other photographers that have both encouraged and inspired me are Tony Sweet, Paul Sparrow, Deborah Sandidge, Ellen Anon, Allen Bargen and Karen Sperling, and more recently Don Komerachka.
The company I work for commissioned me to take photographs for promotional and the documentation purposes, in addition to my regular I.T. related duties. My success in this endeavour ignited the drive to expand my hobby into more commercial areas and since have sold several images at exhibitions.