Can you believe October 1st is here? Time has flown by so quickly these past few weeks and I must say this day has come faster than I thought it would.
I originally shared this class on my blog Spring 2011 – it literally was a “push the publish button” and wonder type of thing. I didn’t expect the response I received – it was a little overwhelming and simultaneously so encouraging.
The process I am going to share with you in the next few weeks is
cutting edge bleeding edge. It’s something I created out of frustration and a need for creative flow while working with my photos and supplies in Lightroom.
The process, theories and ideas I’m going to share are something I definitely do not recommend taking on without a working knowledge of Lightroom. A strong foundation in Lightroom can be acquired through the Lightroom tutorials found in my Finding Photo Flow class.
We will be laying out a framework of how to organize your digital supplies in Lightroom. My personal process involves converting PNG files to TIFF. However, several students have not converted their files and apply the ideas shared to their supply libraries by only converting Kit Previews. I’ll be sharing more info on that as well.
The first thing you will need to work on right now is making sure that before you start class you get a backup of all your supplies. I know you all hear me preaching backup so much – however – you haven’t seen my email inbox! No matter how many times I say it, there are still people who don’t do it and when something goes wrong they are not happy campers.
I like happy campers. Please ensure your happiness throughout this class by backing up your files first. I promise you will thank me later…
One last note – because this is a free class and I’m in such a busy season of life – some of the videos are older and the information won’t be as current, professional or pretty as I’d like to have it.
If you’ve followed my work for awhile, you know how particular I am about class quality. However, rather than wait for an update and re-recording of everything I feel that it is best to just share things as they are in hopes they will help you all in your Lightroom Creative Flow journey.
Also in regards to questions and comments, if you will leave comments on each post I will try my best to get them answered quickly – my hope is to be able to answer them daily and yet my experience tells me that may not be possible as we get running full speed ahead. By all means if you are perusing a post and can help a student out, do me a favor – don’t be afraid to share helpful tips!!
I will publish the lessons as quickly as I can dust them off and serve them up from the archives… Eventually I will also share a master index for those who happen by later and want to just jump in and learn.
Thanks again for being here – I hope you find this class helpful!