The Lightroom System
Organizing & Catalogs
Finally understand how to organize your photos, use the catalog, and a rock solid backup plan.
Full Workflow Videos
Put it all together with these start to finish workflow videos on Landscapes, Portrait, and Travel.
Sharpening, Noise Reduction, & Printing
One of the most complete resources you’ll find anywhere on sharpening, noise reduction and start-to-finish printing.
What You’ll Learn
The system is broken down in to 15 mini courses/sections. Each one is a self-contained section that covers a key area of Lightroom. That way, you can jump in and learn exactly what you want to learn without having to go through everything.
Learn by Doing
The videos in the Lightroom System are short and simple. That makes it easy to jump around and learn what you want without getting bogged down in a long 20 minute video and forgetting where you are.
PDF Cheat Sheets
The PDF Cheat Sheet is a quick reference that outlines the steps in every video. That way, you’ll have a quick refresher and something to follow along with while you’re watching the videos. (Note: The PDF is a high quality PDF so you can print it as well)
Huge Shortcut Guide
Keyboard shortcuts are the way to really becoming a Lightroom master. This course includes a 25 page PDF shortcut guide.
PRICE: $149.99 (regularly $258.99)
• Video Course Download (13 hrs of training. You keep it forever)
• PDF Cheat Sheet eBook (a written short outline of each video)
• All Raw files to follow along
• Massive Lightroom Keyboard Shortcut Guide
• Access to my private “Ask Matt” Facebook Group
As always if you have any questions that aren’t answered here, just press the Contact button below. Thanks!
What version of Lightroom?
Is this a subscription?
Can I use this on another computer?
What is the skill level needed?
Can I watch on my iPad?
Do I have to follow a schedule for this course?
So… what’s different about the Lightroom System
Well, let me lay out for you how most other Lightroom training bundles come to life. First, a 1-2 hour course is created on some specific area in Lightroom. I’ll use me as an example: I created a course years ago on catalogs because that’s what people asked for. Then, a few months later people asked about importing their photos, so I created another course. But I didn’t really think about my catalog course when I created it. Been there, done that, outta mind, outta sight. Plus, I wasn’t sure if these people would be watching that course. And then a while later, I created a course on the design module… you get the idea.
Eventually those courses were put together into a bundle, and sold together as a one-stop place to learn Lightroom. Looking back, I don’t think they were. They weren’t created together, in a way where one course knew the other course would be in existence. And because of that, I think it was fragmented, lots of duplicate info, and lots of missing topics that would link everything together.
The result. An easy-to-use system to learn Lightroom that you own. You download and keep the videos to watch whenever you want, however many times you want. It’s got an outline that lists all 15 “courses” within the system, as well as prerequisite videos I think you should watch as the topics get more complex.
For a beginner, it gives you a clear path of how to tackle and start learning Lightroom. For someone that knows enough to be dangerous in Lightroom, it gives you a clear way to jump in to just the topics that you want to learn about without having to watch more basic videos that you already know.
To tell you the truth, it’s a project that I had no idea how I’d tackle when I started. And it’s become one of the projects I’m proudest of in my entire career.
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“Who is Matt Kloskowski?
By being a teacher first, I hold nothing back. No secrets. That’s because my only goal is to help you get better. I’ve been doing this stuff for almost 20 years and consider my biggest talent to be understanding how people learn, and helping them achieve what they want with their photography. In 2013 I was inducted to the Photoshop Hall of Fame, and also have the honor of being included as one of Sony’s Artisans of Imagery.
– Matt K