Workflow and Bulk Editing in Lightroom

A course by Diego Figueroa González
Photographer, Documentary Maker, Teacher, and Cultural Manager. Bío Bío, Chile.
On Domestika since 07/30/2020
, Photographer, Documentary Maker, Teacher, and Cultural Manager

Learn to manage and process photo collections efficiently and professionally for high-volume assignments

  • Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 100% Positive reviews (1)
  • 65 students
 Workflow and Bulk Editing in Lightroom

Learn to manage and process photo collections efficiently and professionally for high-volume assignments


Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 100% Positive reviews (1)
  • 65 students
  • Online and at your own pace
  • Audio: Spanish
  • Level: Beginner
  • 14 Lessons (2h 57m)
  • Available from the app
  • Spanish, English, Portuguese, German, French, Italian
  • Unlimited access forever


If a picture is worth a thousand words, then a photo collection is capable of telling an entire narrative. “Narrating the un-narrated” is how photographer, filmmaker, teacher, and cultural consultant, Diego Figueroa, describes his work. Adobe Lightroom has become his ally along the way, allowing him to create an efficient professional workflow.

In this course, learn how to use Lightroom to reduce your production time for high demand photo projects. Discover the different steps and processes needed for documentary and commercial photography—from development, to editing, to final publication.

About this course

Course table of contents

  • U1
    U1. Introduction
  • U2
    U2. Organizing and preparing your files
  • U3
    U3. Batch editing, cataloging and development
  • U4
    U4. Export, send and publish
  • FP
    FP Final Project
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Get started by getting to know your teacher, Diego Figueroa. Learn about who he is, his dedication to photography, how he got started. Diego shows you his main influences and explains the final project that you’ll be working on throughout the course.

Next, dive into the world of organizing, tagging, and editing your photos. Learn how to use the main tools in Adobe Bridge and see how to prepare your files for development in Lightroom.

Explore some practical tools for importing and developing your files. See how to create your own presets and learn how to apply them depending on the type of project. See how to differentiate between quick development techniques for commissions and those that allow you to spend extra time to give them a more polished look.

Finally, export your images in the right formats, maintaining color and quality standards for publications, web, and print. Finish the course by reviewing the most popular ways to send files and see how to publish them independently.

What is this course's project?

Fulfill the entire post-production process of two high-demand photo collections, including a commercial event and a documentary series. Learn to select, catalog, and edit using an optimized workflow.

Who is it for?

For professional photographers or photography enthusiasts who use Adobe Lightroom as their main photo editor.

What you need

To complete this course, basic knowledge of Lightroom is required.

Regarding the material, you will need a computer with Adobe Lightroom and Adobe Bridge, as well as an unedited, personal or commercial photo collection (ideally in RAW format) which, due to the amount of photographs, must be edited using a high-demand workflow.


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Diego Figueroa González

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Photographer, Documentary Maker, Teacher, and Cultural Manager

Born in Santiago de Chile, Diego Figueroa has dedicated his life to photography and design, specializing in documentary photography, editing, and post-production for photo collections and commissions. In 2015, he and seven friends founded Migrar Photo, today one of the most recognized photography groups in Latin America. That same year, he won the award for Best Photo of the Year at Chile's National Photojournalism Exhibition.

His work has been published in important Latin American and international publications, including El País, El Mundo, El Universal, Le Monde Magazine, Vice, CIPER, Footer, JOIA, Red Bull, Agencia EFE, Interferencia, and more. In recent years, he has started teaching, giving workshops commissioned by Migrar Photo throughout Mexico, Colombia, Argentina and Chile.


Contents

  • U1

    Introduction

    • Introduction
    • Influences
    • What will we do in the course?
  • U2

    Organizing and preparing your files

    • Mass development and photographic cataloging
    • Introduction to Adobe Bridge
    • Introduction to Adobe Lightroom
  • U3

    Batch editing, cataloging and development

    • Selection of the photographic record of the event
    • Documentary photographic selection
    • Catalog import and creation
    • Reveal of the photographic record of event 1
    • Reveal of the photographic record of event 2
    • Reveal of the documentary series
  • U4

    Export, send and publish

    • Publishing media
    • Massive export
  • FP

    Final Project

    • Workflow and Bulk Editing in Lightroom

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 Workflow and Bulk Editing in Lightroom. A Photography, and Video course by Diego Figueroa González

Workflow and Bulk Editing in Lightroom

A course by Diego Figueroa González
Photographer, Documentary Maker, Teacher, and Cultural Manager. Bío Bío, Chile.
On Domestika since 07/30/2020
  • 100% Positive reviews (1)
  • 65 students