Build a Machine
This theater warm-up activity encourages collaborative role-playing. Divide the class into two groups. Half the class will be the participants and half will be the audience. Everyone will then switch places. One student begins the machine by making a repetitive movement and sound. One student at a time joins the first student, adding their own new movement and sound that is connected to the previous person. Movements can be large or small depending on mobility of students. Finally, ask students to describe where this machine is located, what it does. If it could solve a problem what would it solve?
Why this Lightroom course?
Learn What's Important
Focuses on what is important. I won’t spend time dwelling on nuances that won’t ultimately matter. I spend the most time where you’ll get the most payoff to your pictures.
Learn by Example
Examples. In addition to introducing you to the tools, we’ll walk through some start-to-finish examples so you can see everything in action. You’ll see exactly how I use Lightroom on my own pictures.
Meet the instructor
Patrick Jones shows aspiring photographers simple, practical steps for improving their photos. Jim has written many popular articles for dPS and specialises in teaching photography. You can learn more about Jim at his personal website (patrickphotography.com).