Digital Printing using Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom


Digital Printing using Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom


Class Description

Photography’s history is rooted in the creation of a print. In this class, we will take a look at the tools and options you need to consider in both Adobe® Lightroom® and Adobe® Photoshop® to ensure that you get the best print possible. Over the course of the class, we break the printing process down into a few key areas in an attempt to simplify the process and still make sure that you get the best print possible. To make sure we start from the best place possible, we will touch on proper color management, paper selection, and other pre-printing considerations. We then shift our focus to Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Lightroom. We take a look at the tools and settings you need to use to make an amazing print. Finally, we spend a little time talking about final presentation considerations such as editions, signing, and framing.

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Adobe Photoshop CC 2017, Adobe Lightroom CC 2015


J. Norman Reid

This is a very good course, well-suited for both beginners and advanced intermediate photographers. It is very well organized. Daniel Gregory is well-informed and an excellent instructor. There's no fluff or wasted time in this course, just good solid instruction. Though I've got years of printing behind me, I learned a lot from this course and expect to view it again to pick up more of the fine points he addresses.

Albán Mora

Daniel gave an in-deep look at what goes into making a beautiful print from your digital files. He goes into detail about color-space, icc-profiles, calibration, different paper stocks, and actually open up the great array of printing possibilities that are available from Lightroom itself. This was an amazing class.

a Creativelive Student

Excellent course that immediately benefited my own workflow. I really enjoyed the way Daniel delivered the information. This course covers a lot of very useful tips and best practices for going from screen to paper.