Now retired Terry has been in advanced IT supporting scientific and engineering research since 1978 in both industry and academia. His area of specialization is visualization & supercomputing and he has been responsible for some of the most powerful supercomputers in the UK. That fuelled an interest in digital images going back as far as 1978!
He has been into digital photography since 2006 and is interested in all aspects of photography, particularly using IT to support the workflow. He is General Secretary of Stockport Photographic Society, and has been lecturing and judging to photography clubs since 2009.
The Adobe Lightroom software is designed specifically for professional and amateur photographers. It is an efficient, powerful way to import, process, manage, and showcase large volumes of digital photographs. It enables you to spend less time sorting and organizing images, so you have more time to actually shoot and perfect them.
In this presentation Terry will describe what it is, what it does, who uses it and how it integrates with the other Adobe products such as Photoshop and Bridge.
The talk will be in the form of an interactive demonstration of Lightroom, including its importing, key wording, sorting, organising, exporting, slideshow, printing and web creation capabilities.