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Wednesday, March 12 • 9:00am - 12:00pm
Workshop 2: Adobe Lightroom

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ORGANIZER:  Stephen Cardinale, University of Colorado Boulder

PRESENTERS:
  • Stephen Cardinale, University of Colorado Boulder
  • Molly Schoen, University of Michigan
  • Stephen Jennings, Harvard University

Adobe Lightroom is an inexpensive software solution for Mac and Windows designed to optimize RAW image processing, organization and output. It combines essential tools from Photoshop and Bridge into one program for non-destructive image editing and organization. The program’s interface is intuitive and easy to learn, especially for those with experience in the Adobe Creative Suite.

The integration of Adobe Lightroom into visual resource centers, libraries and museums will aid in productivity and organization, especially for those creating original or copy photographs of artworks and architecture. The Library module organizes your images and allows for creation of multiple derivatives in numerous file formats to be output from the original master file. Automatic data back-ups are built into the software, and all image alterations are completely reversible.

This 3 hour workshop is intended as an introduction to several key features of the Lightroom program, and will be broken into three sections: the Library module and how to import, export and organize images; how the Develop module and how it can be used to process and enhance RAW, JPEG and TIFF files; and how to embed metadata using Lightroom instead of Bridge.

Workshop participants may opt to simply watch the presentations or they may participate in hands-on activities if they bring their own laptop already loaded with Lightroom software. (Free trial download available from Adobe)

Fee $25 / Limit of 35 participants.

Online registration is now closed.  On-site registration for this workshop is available at the conference.

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Inter-American Institute for Advanced Studies in Cultural History

The Inter-American Institute for Advanced Studies in Cultural History has created a growing collection of catalogued digital images now numbering over 70,000. Areas of concentration are Pre-Columbian and Colonial Latin America; Roman Imperial art and architecture in Europe, Africa and Asia; Islamic art and architecture in Europe, Africa and Asia; Ottoman art and architecture in Turkey and the Near East; Romanesque and Gothic art and... Read More →


Wednesday March 12, 2014 9:00am - 12:00pm
Grand Ballroom East, 7th floor Pfister Hotel, 424 E Wisconsin Ave, Milwaukee, WI

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