Hope you’re having a great week so far 🙂
Ok so if you’re into Photography & Photoshop, in fact if you’re into anything creative, then today I’ve got some dates for your diaries…
Last week I was up in Central London going through filming preparations with the team from Adobe UK as they get ready for the Creative Week which is literally now just around the corner…
Kicking off on Monday 9th July through to Friday 13th July, the Adobe Creative Week sees 5 days Celebrating and Showcasing the very best software applications in the world of Photography & Imaging, Design & Publishing, Web & Mobile and Film & Video.
The latest trends, the hottest issues and the coolest technology is all on the agenda for what is set to be an incredible week and one not to be missed.
Whether you’re a seasoned Pro or a keen Amateur there’s going to be something for everyone whatever you’re interest plus there’s live debates and discussions that you’ll be able to tune into and take part.
I’ll be taking part in the broadcast during the Photography & Imaging sessions and during my studio session I’ll be showing a number of Photoshop techniques for retouching, compositing, lighting effects, colour manipulation, beauty retouching and more using what’s available to us now plus what’s possible using Photoshop CS6; I can’t wait 🙂
It was such fun on the set and hanging out with the team who are working so hard behind the scenes putting everything together. Getting to spend time with the likes of Adobe Evangelist Julianne Kost and Senior Solutions Consultant at Adobe UK, Richard Curtis is always a blast; both of whom amongst other folks such as Steve Caplin have some incredible content they’ll be showing across the Creative Suite during the week too.
I don’t know about you but it sure feels like there’s a heck of a buzz around since CS6 was launched; it sure is an exciting time at the moment and this is just the start!
Right, that’s all from me for today as I’m heading out to the studio so whatever you’re up to, have a good one and I’ll catch you tomorrow,