Learn everything you need to begin leveraging the power of Lightroom on your mobile devices
One of Lightroom’s most underused features is the ability to synchronize desktop Lightroom photos with mobile devices and vice versa. This program will explore the ins and outs of using Lightroom on mobile devices and how to automatically import phone camera photos directly to the desktop catalog. By the end of the program, you will have everything you need to begin leveraging the power of Lightroom on your mobile devices.
-Understanding the Lightroom Ecosystem.
-Synchronizing your computer and mobile devices.
-Automatic importing directly to your desktop from your phone’s camera.
-Working with synchronized collections.
-How Smart Previews are used when synchronizing.
-Shooting tethered and importing directly to mobile devices.
-Sharing synchronized albums and galleries online.
-Using synching when working with clients and art directors.
-Use your mobile device to sort for winners and losers instead of sitting at your computer.
-Hidden shortcuts that will speed up your workflow.
-Using a synched folder to speed-up Instagram posting.
Target Audience: This program is suitable for both new and experienced Lightroom users who are using Lightroom Classic.
This class will be held online using the Zoom app. It will be an interactive meeting where you will still be able to participate and ask questions. It is best that you use a computer with a microphone and speaker to join the meeting, though you can use your phone for the audio portion of the meeting if necessary.
*Handouts will be sent to students prior to class.
*Students will receive an email with instructions for downloading the app and joining the meeting on your computer after registering.
*A recording of the class will be available to students after the class.
* If you’re not able to attend, by registering you will still receive a link to the recorded class.
About Mark Fitzgerald
Mark Fitzgerald is an award-winning photographer, author, and teacher living in Portland, Oregon. He has been teaching Lightroom since it was first released in 2007. During that time Mark has helped countless photographers learn to leverage the power of Lightroom and create efficient workflows that serve their specific needs. He works with students worldwide who range from beginners to experienced pros. You can learn more about Mark at www.ddroom.com.