Presented by Rob Hull

Saturday, October 13, 2018
1:30 PM – 3:30PM

If you’re a professional photographer, chances are you want to spend more time as a photographer and not a digital image editor. The more time you spend behind the computer, the less money goes into your wallet. So let’s fatten your wallet with a High-Octane Digital Workflow.

You’ll see how to streamline your image processing so that you have better quality images with less computer time. We use Adobe Lightroom as the foundation for our workflow. And, when you learn to use it the correct way, it will become your BFF.

You’ll learn how to design a system so that what you see on the back of your camera is what your previews look like when you import them into Lightroom. No more twiddling with your images just to get them to match your camera.

We’ll also explore hidden features of Lightroom that will make you wonder how you ever got along without them. Prepare yourself for a real Lightroom epiphany. And what about plug-ins and editors outside of Lightroom? You’ll learn how to integrate them into your workflow in the most efficient and effective manner.


Meet the Speaker: Rob Hull is someone who loves photography but doesn’t take life too seriously. After all, his business partner is Tony Corbell. Together they host workshops and other photography education events throughout the world.

Rob has hosted photography workshops in the Greek Islands, Canada, throughout the United States, Columbia and Costa Rica. Most recently they returned from two workshops in the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland.

Rob’s earned a business degree from the University of Texas in Arlington and then worked as a systems engineer and sales rep at IBM for 12 years. Photography has been in his blood since elementary school when his older brother set up a dark room in their home.

He began to seriously pursue photography at the turn of the century and today enjoys sharing his knowledge with aspiring photographers – both amateur and professionals alike. A published author, Rob has earned his Certified Professional Photographer (CPP) and also Adobe Certified Expert (ACE) for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. He is also a Master of Photography (M.Photog.) and a Photographic Craftsman (Cr.Photog.)