The adrenaline has worn off, and the inaugural workshop for Learning Lightroom 3 came to an end in Anaheim yesterday!  It was a great workshop, and the feedback we got was just off the hook – 9’s and 10’s across the board.  What was everyone’s favorite part?  Naturally the prizes took the top notch, but a surprising second was our tips and tricks for how to get the most out of Lightroom 3.  People really seemed to feed off the suggestions we made for everything from backup recommendations to advanced retouching techniques, and catalog maintenance and image management.

Learning Lightroom 3 Workshop

It’s events like these that remind me of my previous career in teaching.  It’s so much fun to get out there and share tips and tricks with people – having them see the work flow advantages and the light bulb come on in a big way about what Lightroom 3 has going for it! The adrenaline rush has worn off though, so after nearly 48 hours of high energy, I am about ready to crash…we’ll be back tomorrow with more photo goodness and the next in the podcast series – episode #49!  Lots of good stuff there, so be sure to stop in for the show notes and all that has to offer.

Last but not least, there’s still time to register for the remaining workshops in Denver and Seattle, so don’t delay – register today!  These two still have the early bird discount of 20% off too, so it’s a super good deal!  Over $200 in retail merchandise that everyone gets just for attending, the instruction, the work books, and over $1000 in door prizes including a copy of Adobe Lightroom 3! With this kind of return on investment, it’d be a shame to miss it.  Grab seats while you still can!

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Happy shooting and we’ll see you here tomorrow!

3 thoughts on “Fly, Teach, Fly!

  1. wow, what a surprise to see myself in a photo on your blog. the workshop was jam packed with awesome info. thanks for the tips on drobo and photo archiving during the lunch session. also I’m really enjoying my vanguard sling!

  2. Rich Charpentier says:

    Sounds like a great time Jason! Enjoy the next ones!

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