Lightroom is another key workflow program, and when used in conjunction with Photoshop the two applications form a complete workflow solution from RAW import to final print.
Lightroom itself is a complete DAM (Digital Asset Management) tool and RAW file editor which allows you to import images direct from the camera, catalogue them, add relevant metadata and then to process them.
On a workflow tuition day with Lightroom and Photoshop you will learn how to harness the Lightroom RAW processing power to deliver archival quality TIFF files and then to directly import these into Photoshop for their final editing.
We will go through colour calibration, imaging machine setup including external archive and backup drives, the use of scratch discs for Photoshop - which needs all the help you can give it when you have both it and Lightroom open at the same time.
The power of Lightroom as a RAW editor makes it the best cross-platform processing tool for the serious digital image maker.