My Lightroom Basics Class Is Free This Week

NOTE: The free streaming of this class ended on October 16th.

Each week Kelby Training online, airs a class continuously for free. This week they have my Lightroom Basics class on all week (until Thursday). So, if you’re looking to learn Lightroom from the ground up check it out. The class isn’t a comprehensive learn everything kind of class. It’s just meant to get you going on the basics that you’ll need to start with Lightroom. It’s on a continuous loop, so you’ll jump in at various points but the whole class is only about 90 minutes long so it should be pretty easy to catch the entire thing. Enjoy!

Author: Matt Kloskowski

Matt is the Vice President of Photography for onOne Software and a Tampa-based photographer. He's a best selling author of over 20 books and teaches Lightroom and Photoshop at seminars and conferences around the world.

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8 Comments

  1. I signed up but can’t find the Lightroom Basics course free, only a wedding video. Above post dated 15 Oct, am I missing something or was this posted in error?

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    • Hi Stefan – Sorry, the course ended yesterday and I was off a day. They are working on a 7-day pass so if that happens I’ll be sure to post about it. Thanks.

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      • I just tried to access your free class and it’s gone. There is a totally different class looping. I thought when you posed on the 15th we’d have 7 days from then, but apparently not. If you get a 7 day pass available I’m very interested,

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        • Me too, dissapointed as I signed up as I especially wanted to view this course.

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    • Oops! It is only Wednesday and your Lr Basics class is gone…a wedding portrait session is playing! Is there any way to view your class? Thanks!

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  2. When does the course start again? Or can I just restart it?

    Thanks so much! It looks great!

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