UPDATE: Tuesday’s class was a success… in my humble opinion. Great write up found here
I’m busy and stuff… so I’ve just decided if you haven’t signed up for thursday yet… JUST COME.
Leave the nice tables for those who’ve already signed up. But there will be chairs and stuff.
Also please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to list things you want me to cover in intermediate class.
I’ll try to cover them all.
(Those wanting the intro and the basic rundown of Lightroom)
Tuesday 14th April
(Those who have used it for projects &/or gone to a previous long workshops.
We’ll be learning some tips and tricks, guest presentations and a more extensive Q&A for me and other Advanced Lightroom users)
Thursday 16th April
There is no workshop or class
But we will be a monthly meetup.
Lightroom Advanced User Group Meetups – “Jarvie’s fellow Lightroom Geeks”
You must have a good deal of lightroom experience
If you want to be involved or help organize these meetups email email@example.com and specify your interest
There is a cool special format for these meetups.
East Bay Studios
85 Eastbay Blvd
Provo, UT 84606
How to register – Follow directions exactly
Send email to firstname.lastname@example.org – Or leave a comment on this blog post
Write out the following items 1,2,3,4
Email Title: “April Workshop”
- Which class you’ll be attending (1 class only, you pick)
- If you want to be on the waiting list for the other class. (The one you didn’t pick.)
- Whether you expect to want to go in for Pizza &/or Rootbeer Floats
5. Notes/Comments – Anything you want me to cover, thoughts, inspirations, resources, ideas! Everything else I can skim through for kicks. Or questions.
Extra: If you’ll be bringing anyone else please supply their information as well – including email
Title: “April Workshop”
1. Scott Jarvie
2. Tuesday Class (beginning)
3. Yes (for waiting list on thursday/intermediate class)
4. Yes, Pizza (Yum Yum)
5. My question and ideas: Are you going to give away all your presets? Have people there to talk about their experiences, share their workflow.
80 person Limit
… so RSVP soon. (Specially since it’s only 1 week away)
If there are further questions please try to use email@example.com – or twitter @jarvie
I will try to refrain from doing much chatting on facebook or gmail chat about the subject to help save me some time to get pictures edited to free up time to do these workshops.
What can we do to show our appreciation?
Advertise this event for me… so I can get to my editing and be prepared for this workshop.
Also you can become fans of JarvieDigital on Facbebook
Why only one week notice?
Because I’ve been busy and now I have a brake.
These are the dates that worked best for me and the location.
From the 18th of april until the 2nd of may I’ll have 7 weddings… so I need to do it before then.
Will there be other opportunities?
Pete at East Bay studios is kind enough to let me use the facility and suggested that doing more in the months to come could be an opportunity.
I can see doing a month one either beginning or intermediate (rotating) could be an option.
We’ll see what the demand is and I’ll go from there.
Personally I’m not opposed… I like teaching and I only get better each time.
I’m considering strongly throwing in a twist the next time… adding a little photography teaching to go with that editing teaching. haha
How many people can attend?
Each time I’ve doubled the capacity.
I’ve done so again… we will now allow 80 people.
This time I believe it will fill up fast.
Please RSVP soon.
Will there be food?
Remember this is all casual.
But Yes! We will accept money at the very beginning of the class
We will then send a runner out to get the food.
Dinner &/or desert.
You can put minimum $4 down on pizza
And minimum $2 down on RootBeer floats
Anything left over in the funds will go to say thanks to EastBay/VIP studios for hosting us.
Is there a cost?
NO, I will not be charging a fee if that’s what you mean.
We will take donations for Food and donations in general, to say thanks to EastBay/VIP Studios.
If we have left overs I might grab some stuff to bring to the next class to give away.
I might be pimping the opportunity to do one on one personal lightroom training sessions. (Lightroom Personal Trainer)
But really it’s not even in my long term life plans nor a part of how I make a living… I’ll do it mainly because I know there’s a desire, and I’m cool like that.
Are their giveaways?
Yes a couple hour of my time that night. haha
But other than that… I’ll look into it.
You guys can come up with ideas for giveaways.
I need to edit and not spend all my time looking for giveaways… haha
What are you teaching?
I would say it’s oriented to teaching how to be both Fast/Efficient while raising the quality of work.
I focus on workflow and how to deal with large quantities of images.
After all I have 5,000 images waiting for me to edit at this very moment.
What is your teaching style?
Fast and furious!
This isn’t a dumb class where I wait until everyone understands everything.
We’ll cover tons and tons of information in a relatively short period of time.
Basically think of long 5 hour intensive classes you’ve been to…
Take that amount of information add a little more and we’ll try to cover that in less than half the time.
Will you answer my individual concerns and questions?
Probably not. My assistant might.
But in most cases I’ll take your question and just extend this FAQ and give you a link to it haha
Do you have any more answers?
Not unless you supply the questions