Colby McClemore – Live Lightroom Tutorial , Saturday June 24th

Live Lightroom Tutorial – Question-and-Answer Session

Come Take a Test Drive

Feel What Lightroom Can Do and Why You Want It

The LeConte Photographic Society will host Colby McClemore on Sat., June 24th at 10:00 a.m. at the King Library in Sevierville for a very informative and enjoyable presentation. Colby is an award winning professional photographer from Knoxville.

Come join us for all the fun with this Lightroom tutorial. You’ll learn a lot and will also have the opportunity to ask all those questions that you’ve been wondering about. Adobe, the maker of Photoshop, has been accelerating more and more photographers to its fastest product, Lightroom. Colby will show off this Ferrari of photo-editing software with an emphasis on its hottest new features. He will demonstrate how you can race through editing gigs of your images in no time. Lightroom’s intuitive handling makes it super easy to learn. If you look under Lightroom’s hood, you’ll see that it has all the nondestructive power you ever dreamed of, whether you’re an enthusiast or a professional driver…oh, I meant photographer.

Does this all sound larger than life? This presentation description really is pretty close to the truth. Any way you look at it, Lightroom is a high-performance vehicle that you will definitely want to learn more about. It saves photographers across the globe from lumbering along like a Mack truck trying to get off the computer and back in the field to photograph more. It is not surprising why more and more photographers use Photoshop less and Lightroom more. Colby loves how quickly Lightroom gets the job done even though he uses Photoshop every day.

This program is free and open to the public. This is not a library sponsored event. Please see our website for more information on our photo club: www.lecontephotographic.com Also, please note that our June and July club meeting dates have changed. They will be the 2nd week of the month for June/July only, due to scheduling conflicts. June 13th and July 11th at 6:30pm will be upcoming meeting dates. In August we go back to the first Tuesday of the month at 6:30pm.


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