Effective immediately in response to COVID-19, most Technology Training classes will be delivered online until further notice.
In advance of each session, Tech Training will provide you with a Zoom link to your class, along with any required class materials.
Adobe Lightroom is a great solution for importing, organizing, and adjusting the ever-increasing number of digital images we capture. This course will cover strategies for categorizing images and creating collections / folders to better prioritize.
Organizing digital photos can be overwhelming, but not with Adobe Lightroom Classic. This course will help you learn how to apply metadata and copyright information to each of your images, to keep your hard work protected.
You can apply keywords to individual or batched files, to help filter images to find them easily. You can even tag faces right in Lightroom.
We will cover some Lightroom basics to help navigate through the software, including efficient workflows. This deep dive into metadata and organization will save your hours of digging through files and benefit your research process for years to come.
During this course, participants will have the opportunity to learn how to:
- Manage your extensive photo library and create collections and folders to group and categorize images
- Utilize a workflow to create an efficient, organizational system
- Apply keywords, flags and ratings to help identify and prioritize the best images
- Add metadata to protect your copyright
- Tag faces or organize by locations
- Find and filter files with ease
- Adobe Lightroom Classic basics
- Photo organization
- Workflow strategies
- Adding metadata and keywords
- Copyright entry
- Creating collections
Requirement: An installation of Adobe Lightroom on your device, or a free trial license
University IT Technology Training classes are only available to Stanford University staff, faculty, students and Stanford Hospitals & Clinics employees. A valid SUNet ID is needed in order to enroll in a class.