Download this file - it's very large, about 500mb it may take up to 30 minutes depending on your internet speed. There are a number of full size RAW images to use and practice with in class.
BE SURE TO UNZIP THE FILES
DO NOT IMPORT INTO LIGHTROOM YET - let's do this together in class so we can go over various permutations, optiones and common pitfalls
Unzipping a File
Unzipping a file or folder couldn't be easier. Double-click the zip file and the file or folder will be decompressed into the same folder the compressed file is in.
If the item you are decompressing contains a single file, the new decompressed item will have the same name as the original file.
If a file with the same name is already present in the current folder, the decompressed file will have a number appended to its name.
Unzipping a File That Contains Multiple Items
When a zip file contains multiple items, the unzipped files will be stored in a folder that has the same name as the zip file. For example, if you unzip a file called Archive.zip, the files will be placed in a folder called Archive. This folder will be placed in the same folder as the Archive.zip file. If the folder already contains a folder called Archive, a number will be appended to the new folder, such as Archive 2.
Locate the compressed folder that you want to extract files or folders from.
Do one of the following:
To extract a single file or folder, double-click the compressed folder to open it. Then, drag the file or folder from the compressed folder to a new location.
To extract the entire contents of the compressed folder, right-click the folder, click Extract All, and then follow the instructions.