Lightroom CC For Beginners – FREE Course – Lightroom CC Tutorials


Adobe recently released the latest version of the desktop version of Lightroom, which has been rebranded as “Lightroom Classic CC.” Alongside this new version, Adobe released Lightroom CC, an entirely new application that moves things into the cloud

In this Lightroom CC free beginners course, you will learn all the features, from layout, importing, editing, and exporting.

If you’re already a member of Adobe’s $10/month Creative Cloud Photography Plan, you currently have access to both versions of Lightroom along with 20 GB of cloud storage, with the option to upgrade to 1 TB of storage for a total of $10/month or switch to a Lightroom CC only plan with 1 TB of storage for $10/month.

If you’re a working pro, you won’t host all of your images in the cloud. But Lightroom will give you some room to maneuver if you decide to use it for on-the-go work. While it’s certainly a different experience, it’s worth checking out!

You can watch the entire video or watch each section on its own video.

Lightroom CC For Beginners

Here are the six sections in their own videos, in case you’d like to jump to a certain subject:

  1. Importing Files Into Lightroom CC 
  2. The Lightroom CC Interface and Smart Search 
  3. Develop Photos With The Light and Color Panels
  4. The Effects, Detail, Optics, and Geometry Panels 
  5. Crop, Heal, Targeted Adjustments, and Presets 
  6. Exporting Photos

Also, check out my Photoshop CC 2018 tutorials to see all the new updates!

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Shirley Buckley

Hi,
I signed up for Lightroom cc on the 9th October 2018. I have enjoyed following instructions on the Free Beginners course. Thank you.
I have so far only downloaded about 900 images but on continuing to do a further one I have been informed that my 20GB in Cloud has been filled and was advised to upgrade.
Does this mean a further payment or will it be covered by my initial payment of $9.99?
Should this be the case I would prefer to continue without the Cloud.
Please advise.
Thanking you in anticipation.
Kind Regards
Shirley Buckley

Brune O'Kirbee

Yes.