October 6, 2020: Programs: Lightroom Unleashed with Mollie Isaacs

Lightroom is the most powerful post-processing software available. It is simple to use and easy to learn, BUT often photographers find it complicated or confusing. This program will clear up many misconceptions and show you how easy, fast, and foolproof using Lightroom can be. If you have tried Lightroom but found it difficult or time-consuming, OR if you have been reluctant to use it because you thought it would be hard to learn OR if you erroneously thought you would have to change your entire image filing and storage system (which you do not) this program will help give you more confidence and better skills.

Look below for three examples which illustrate the “Before” and “After” shots to give you a sense of what you’ll learn at this event.

Bio:

Mollie is a professional photographer specializing in nature and wildlife, abstracts, and flowers. She runs Awake The Light Photo Workshops and Tours, and leads educational and inspirational photo workshops across the country and around the world. She loves sharing her passion for photography with others.

Early in her career she studied with Ansel Adams and Joyce Tenneson. Her work is in the Permanent Collection of the International Photography Hall of Fame, and has been exhibited at Epcot Center in Disney World, and Grand Central Station in New York City. She is a 15-time winner of the Kodak Gallery Award, considered by some to be the “Oscar” of photography.

In addition to photographing nature and wildlife, she is also a portrait photographer. She is honored to have photographed many famous faces including actress Meryl Streep, jazz musician Wynton Marsalis, and the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.

She has authored a coffee table photography book, plus educational photography e-books. She lives at the Outer Banks of North Carolina and enjoys all things beachy.

Additional information can be found on her website at www.awakethelight.com/

 

 

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