Advanced Developing in Lightroom and Photoshop

Mastering your best images for print and other output.

Monument Valley RAW Development Before and After


Six-session workshop: Fridays, October 23 & 30, November 6 & 20,  December 4 & 11,  4:30–6:30PM

Please review our Registration Terms & Conditions

If you are a photographer who has been capturing images digitally for some time, many of your best shots are likely locked inside your digital archive, waiting to be set free. Advanced Developing in Lightroom and Photoshop can help you to put pigment on paper and bring your best photos to life as real-world prints.

Every great digital print begins with a finely-tuned image file. In this class you will focus on creating master files in Lightroom and Photoshop to maximize the rendering of your top shots.

Starting from your RAW files, you will gain the tools to develop your files with ultimate detail and optimum contrast. After applying global adjustments to the whole frame, local dodge and burn layers add polish to the finished print.

Sharpening, exposure adjustments, soft proofing, smart objects, masked tone curves, and other advanced techniques will combine to generate the highest quality files from your best photos.


  • A basic understanding of the Lightroom Develop module and non-destructive (layered) workflow in Photoshop
  • Lightroom 5, 6, or CC, and Photoshop CS6 or CC installed on your own portable computer (an iMac is OK if you don’t mind lugging it to class)
  • A set of RAW files to work on in class

Price includes one proof print up to 16×20!

Enroll by October 16 and get $50 off!

Price: $375.00 Sold Out

For questions or to register by phone, call: 415.388.3569

Tony Fendler, Fine-Art Printer & Instructor at The Image Flow

Instructor Bio: Anthony Fendler has been printing from Photoshop for more than 20 years. As the Image Flow’s imaging expert, Tony makes more prints in a week than most photographers make in a year. Tony is your guy for all things related to retouching, color management, and digital printing.