Iggy wrote:Haven't played with LR yet.
I haven't been to your home previously, so don't know the address.
I would hope to be there for the 9.30 am start.
As previously mentioned, you will get more from the session if you have at least some experience of using Lightroom. I usually recommend Scott Kelby's Lightroom book as that has a step by step illustrated guide, but I am not sure if the version for LR6 is still available. However, the one for LR5 can still be purchased,cheaply, and there are relatively few differences between the two versions. Prior to the launch of Lightroom Classic CC, the last major update had been LR4. LR5 and LR6 added a few useful but comparatively minor features and it is easy to find out via the Internet about the new functions introduced with LR6. Buy the hardback edition, it is around a quarter of the price for the Kindle version ....
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Photoshop-Ligh ... ightroom+5
There is a lot to cover and I shall be starting promptly at 9:30. Given that I am going to some trouble to run the workshop, I would consider arrival on time to be a courtesy. I will not be going over the same ground twice for the benefit of any latecomers.
I will be sending a PM with my address and contact details to participants.