“Marie is an exceptional instructor who capably and knowledgeably guided us through the intricacies of the Lightroom Library. I have used Lightroom for a number of years and yet still learned many valuable tips that will enhance my workflow.”
“When I signed up my expectations were not that high, since I thought (mistakenly) that the Library module just had a basic housekeeping function and all the action was in Develop. Marie opened my eyes to how critical the Library module is and how LR really functions as a database program. The class was absolutely invaluable and I enjoyed it thoroughly.”
“I am glad I took this online rather than a one-day live course. Was good to have Lightroom open as we went through the discussions and the recordings and be able to stop and start and go at my own speed. There was A LOT of information and spreading it out over weeks was a good pace to be able to absorb what was going on.”
"I took the Lightroom Catalog online class and found it quite helpful. I've been using Lightroom for 2 years, after having taken a two day class. But I did not pay as much attention as I should have to the catalog part-- I was eager to get to the editing part -- and so there things in the Catalog part of the course that I did not properly absorb. Your class filled in a lot of holes for me, and is an excellent introduction to an important part of Lightroom. I also like the ability to go back through the class and rewatch and review."
"It is just wonderful to have the recordings easily accessible in the LR library class. I wanted to write to let you know that I think you are an absolute treasure. Photography (and the means to manage the product with program like Lightroom) has long been a goal of my mine. However, the technical learning curves are a real challenge for me. The way you broke down the class into easily understood modules and short video lessons on one function at a time was brilliant. It enables the student to attempt one function at a time, watch the video, try it again, until it’s possible to take the training wheels off."