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Photography Workflow Using Lightroom


Henderson HIgh School located at 400 Montgomery Ave, West Chester, PA


Class starts on Sept 20, 2017


Workflow is the sequence of industrial, administrative, or other processes through which a piece of work passes from initiation to completion.  What did I shoot and where? How do I get my images into my computer?  Where are my images stored and are they safe?  How do I find specific images?  How do I export my images?  Having a solid workflow keeps you organized, and allows you to focus more on the creative process than worry about the disposition of your images.  This course discusses and demonstrates the key steps in an effective photography workflow using Lightroom. Although the course focuses on Lightroom, the key concepts apply to almost any photo software you might use.   How you apply these steps will ultimately depend on your shooting style as well as hardware and software available to you. Detailed image processing or post-processing fall outside the intent of this course.  I currently offer a Post-Processing course using Lightroom and Photoshop in the Night School.


Material for the course will be provided in ebook format for an iPad or as a pdf file for those who do not own an iPad.  Contents are shown below:

  • Introduction
  • Chapter 1:  Image Capture
  • Chapter 2:  Image Importing
    • Project/Event/Folder Naming Strategy
    • File Naming Strategy
    • Transferring Images to Your Computer
    • Global Keywording
  • Chapter 3:  Image Backup
  • Chapter 4:  Image Rating & Ranking
  • Chapter 5:  Image Keywording
  • Chapter 6:  Collections
  • Chapter 7:  Image Searching Strategies
  • Chapter 8:  Image Processing
  • Chapter 9:  Exporting

Note:  These contents are based on my own experimenting and research over the last 8 years in developing an effective workflow for managing my library of over 50,000 images as well as the many shows and competitions in which I have been engaged.

Cost/ Registration

Costs and registration are handled through the Chester County Night School


25 max.

Who Should Attend

Any photographer, beginner or advanced, wanting to learn an effective way to manage their photo library, particularly using Lightroom.

Instructor Bio

Bob's bio can be seen on his web site and examples of Bob’s images cane seen in his on-line Store.  Bob has been active selling images on his web site and in various shows in the area for the last several years.  Bob has taught HDR photography in the night school for the past 5 years and Post-processing during the last year.


Peter Neuschul: Thanks for the excellent course, it is really making a difference in screening and organizing my pictures. Besides getting my hard drive back! , the time saved in my process flow is amazing.

Karen Holl:  Thank you for your excellent classes. I’ve learned so much. This organizing is key.

Howard Sundwall:  Your course was invaluable to me and I have already made many changes and improvements to how I’m using Lightroom. Thanks so much!


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