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Introduction to Adobe Lightroom - Advance

Introduction to Adobe Lightroom - Advance

Wednesday 12 June
Brunswick St., Halifax - 6pm - 3 Hours
Carlos Moreno
This course is the continuation of the basic Adobe Lightroom course. In this course, more advanced aspects of the program are covered, such as zone editing or advanced color corrections, with the help of AI that Adobe has incorporated.

This course is the continuation of the basic Adobe Lightroom course. In this course, more advanced aspects of the program are covered, such as zone editing or advanced color corrections, with the help of AI that Adobe has incorporated.
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ABOUT HALIFAX
PHOTOGRAPHY
GROUP
Come along to our photo sessions to dust off your camera and get snap-happy with a professional photography instructor.

Brush up on your camera skills and learn new photography techniques whilst on a photo walk class with other local keen photographers!

We run two hour photography sessions based on a photography theme/technique/style and they take place in various locations in Halifax.

  • New to photography? We also run a popular 3 hour Beginners Guide to Photography Class once a month. And once in a while we will run special niche 3 hour classes, for example, Astrophotography - so do subscribe to our newsletter to know when the next on is!

  • Who can attend? Open to all skill levels, from beginners to keen amateurs. The photography instructor is there to help you with camera settings and provide any advice you need.

  • What to bring? We recommend bringing a camera that has full manual mode or semi-manual modes (Aperture or Shutter Priority). Compact cameras and smartphones also welcome!

    The meeting point and full details for the day are sent in the booking confirmation email to the email address you provide at time of booking.

    Join the Halifax Photography Group on Facebook to share your photos after the session.

    Got a question? Try our FAQ.
  • REVIEWS
    I learned a lot about the interrelationship between light and shutter speed, aperture and ISO, all working in manual. I knew some of this in theory, but the hands-on made it real in practice. I'd recommend it for anyone wanting to break away from using the P or automatic mode on their camera.
    5/5
    Augustus
    2024-05-19
    I thought it was a great class and am looking forward to future ones with Carlos.
    5/5
    Holly
    2024-03-14
    Loved it?more please! James did a great job of putting us at ease with the up close environment between photographer and model. He also made sure to get us in various situations that we will encounter or should look for such as framing, low light, back light etc.
    5/5
    Jim
    2023-09-26

    Learned a lot from this event. James was very hands on and even took time to look at my personal camera and helped me get to know it better. The hands-on exercises also helped understand the settings and how it affects the photos. Overall great experience!
    5/5
    Crystel
    2023-08-23
    This was an excellent class. The instructor James was excellent, personable and was able to teach us a better understand on the basics , details about our equipment and our goals. I felt like I walked away from the class feeling like a real photographer and much more self confident
    5/5
    Blair
    2023-08-23
    Very fast exciting event. It was my first time shooting a sporting event, and the advice of the teacher were great!
    5/5
    Alain
    2023-04-06

    Was well planned out. Had a lot of fun shooting in a new environment
    5/5
    Dan
    2023-04-05
    Great event.
    5/5
    Amanda
    2023-04-05
    I enjoyed the event. I have never really delved into street photography and this was an informative way to try and get started. The teacher was informative and helped guide me to see a lot of shots I wouldn't have previously thought of.
    5/5
    Edvan
    2023-03-29

    it was awesome, I learned so much!
    5/5
    Amanda
    2023-03-27
    I really enjoyed this photo session. It was my first time shooting in studio, and John was really good at explaining everything such as light, light metering and backdrops... The models were also great to work with. The equipment used, lights, backdrops, etc... was first grade professional too.
    5/5
    Alain
    2023-02-27
    John was great when it came to my canon. He answered every question I had and more. I have been practicing a lot in the manual mode. I am quite happy with this course. I think there should be a one on one shooting.
    5/5
    Marie
    2023-01-30

    PHOTOGRAPHERS
    Carlos Moreno
    Carlos Moreno is a Colombian marketing and advertising professional, also a professional photographer with more than 25 years of experience in advertising and product photography, More than 20 years in event photography such as weddings, social and corporate events, and for more than 10 years he has been a university professor and instructor of topics related to photography, having more than 1000 photography students, both new and experienced.

    Carlos Moreno is available for private bookings

    Available most Saturdays from 10am until 5pm.
    Private tutoring, weddings, portraits, product, food, and lighting.

    PHOTOS
    Halifax Photography Group
    2024-05-12
    Title or Location: Halifax streets
    I love life and photography. My camera is always with me. When I see a beautiful moment in life, I want to capture it. That's how my photos come about. I capture beautiful moments of life and share them with the world. Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
    Credit: Fedir
    Facebook: Fred Abramov
    Instagram: fred_halifax_abramov

    Halifax Photography Group
    2024-05-11
    Title or Location: Bay of Fundy off Brier Island, Nova Scotia
    This is a young humpback whale calf playing in the Bay of Fundy off Brier Island, Nova Scotia. Each spring, humpback whales migrate north from their wintering and breeding grounds in the Caribbean to spend the summer feeding in the Bay of Fundy before returning to the Caribbean in the autumn. These whales repeat this pattern each year, and it is not uncommon to encounter the same whales in the same general area each summer. Individual whales may be identified by the unique patterns that can be
    Credit: John House
    Instagram: Seumas326
    Halifax Photography Group
    2024-05-05
    Title or Location: Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia
    Bald Eagles are common throughout Nova Scotia. Driving through the Annapolis Valley, Bald Eagles can be seen soaring above and their large nests are a regular sight. This photo is of one of many Bald Eagles I have photographed in that region.
    Credit: John House
    Instagram: Seumas326

    Halifax Photography Group
    2024-05-03
    Title or Location: Peggy's Cove, Nova Scotia
    On a whim, I decided to head to Peggy's Cove on a random Saturday evening right before sunset. I hadn't been to Peggy's Cove since 2016 and decided it was a much overdue trip! This is the first time I have ever done any photos at Peggy's Cove, so it took a little while to scope out in my head the most flattering angles to capture the iconic lighthouse. I am VERY happy with how this photo turned out. These results only drive a freelance photographer/videographer to do more projects like this :)
    Credit: Scott George
    Instagram: thescottgeorge

    Halifax Photography Group
    2024-04-30
    Title or Location: Dartmonth waterfront
    A ship sails under a suspension bridge in the water. The sky is orange from the sunset.it is a golden hour shoot
    Credit: SYRIL JOSEPH
    Halifax Photography Group
    2024-04-27
    Title or Location: Dartmouth water front
    It was a very beautiful view from dartmouth waterfront .The golden lights are spreaded all over in halifax
    Credit: Syril
    Instagram: www.instagram.belik_booming_photography

    Brisbane Photography Group
    2024-05-22
    Title or Location: Charlies Hut, Carneys Creek
    As anyone who chases milkyway photos will tell you, they take some careful planning and often a lack of sleep. Charlies Hut is in the Scenic Rim. It's about a 2hr drive from home, and with the help of Photopills, we could see that the moon would have set with the milkyway still visible at about 4am. So alarms were set for 1.30am, coffee was made and off we went. I use the intervalometer on my Canon 6D mark ii to shoot between 15-20 images of the sky. The lens I used was a Samyang 14mm, set
    Credit: Lisa Pritchard
    Facebook: Lisa Pritchard
    Instagram: lisa_pritchard_photography
    Oshawa Photography Group
    2024-05-21
    Title or Location: Just north of Brechin on Hwy 169.
    May 10 the northern lights hit a G5 storm, a KP index of 9, the highest it will go, and the best storm we've seen in over 20 years. I drove my 10 year old son north to see them, this was a chance of a lifetime. I managed to get several amazing photos. Canon R6M2, RF10-20mm lens at 10mm, 30sec at f4, iso 1000, manual focusing. This was looking more north-west as most of the bright colours could be seen to the south, west and just north of us.
    Credit: Diane Schlichting
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=61558842215195
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/littlebearphotographyca/
    Sydney Photography Group
    2024-05-21
    Title or Location: Cremorne Point
    Cremorne Point is always a favourite choice to capture the southerly sunsets with the Sydney Opera House and the city skyline in the frame. This isn't a long exposure shot but a motion blur added to the water in post production.
    Credit: Oindrila Mitra
    Instagram: oindrilaclicks

    Tucson Photography Group
    2024-05-20
    Title or Location: San Rafael Valley, AZ
    Taken on a backroad photo trip through the San Rafael Valley of Southern Arizona. I shot the image with a Sony A6000 converted to 830nm infrared. Some editing in Lightroom.
    Credit: Andy Baldwin
    Instagram: @abaldwinphoto
    Portland Photography Group
    2024-05-20
    Title or Location: Stub Stewart State Park Hilltop area
    This was the day of famous Northern Lights visible in most of the North America. Stubs Stewart is the most ideal dark area for star gazing so I reached there around 11pm. As expected, it was full of enthusiasts. The lights were predicted to be at peak between 10pm - 2am. Around 2pm, when we though the "show was over", the lights started getting incredibly bright, and that is when this picture was taken. Interestingly, the lights were bright in some regions and other regions were faded enough to
    Credit: Ashish Kushwaha
    Sydney Photography Group
    2024-05-19
    Title or Location: Curly dick Rd ,Meadow flat
    It's a famous road for Golden Poplars, but I wanted to capture the Milky way passing over trees that have lost their leaves. it was early evening, but the Milky Way was already high up, so I quickly took some photos and returned to Sydney.
    Credit: eric

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