How to be a "road warrior" with Lightroom

10 July 2019

10:00 - 13:00

Marylebone, London
The Hellenic Centre
16-18 Paddinton Street
United Kingdom

Group Member£35.00 
RPS Member£65.00 
Non RPS Member£81.00 
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Image (c) Michael Eleftheriades


How do you work on high resolution photos away from your home or office? How do you transfer high resolution photos from your camera to your phone or tablet? And then back to your main computer?

If you have ever asked any of these questions, then this the seminar for you!

Using visual examples, the seminar will provide an overview of how to work remotely, while remaining in control of your digital workflow.  Taking place in a classroom format, attendees are encouraged to take an active part and to ask questions about their issues and problems.

The session will include the following:

  • How to transfer images from your camera to your phone or tablet.
  • How to post process your images on your phone or tablet with Lightroom.
  • How to transfer the images to your computer.
  • How to capture RAW files on your mobile phone or tablet.
  • What are the differences between Lightroom Classic CC & Lightroom CC.
  • How to post process your images with Lightroom CC on desktop computers.
  • How you can transfer files to your mobile devices from Lightroom Classic CC.
  • How to share photo albums on the web using Lightroom CC.

This is will be a category D event for up to 10 participants.  All attendees will receive a PDF file of the speaker’s notes for easy reference.

Participants are encouraged to bring your mobile devices with Lightroom CC installed and optionally, an Adobe Photography Plan subscription.

For information about, and how to get to the venue, see

Please note that the workshop will take place in The Glass Room on the third floor.  Lift access only goes to the second floor.


About the tutor: Michael Eleftheriades

Michael is an architect and photographer who fuses his particular passion for architecture, virtual reality, computer graphics and photography in the creation of large-scale panoramic imagery. He has exhibited his photographs at three exhibitions in London and lectured on panoramic creation to wide acclaim in the UK, Europe and the United States. When not photographing, Michael directs the efforts of Media Synthesis, a media development and consultancy company established in 1993, and is responsible for virtual reality tours and interactive exhibits at many of the UK's leading museums, including the Maritime and Natural History Museums.


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Region: LondonGroup(s): Landscape