Is Digital Photography all Tech and no Talent?

Written by: Glyn Dewis

Published: July 4, 2012

Category: General

Hey Folks,

Interesting title huh? So what did you think when you first read the title? I’m hoping most, no I’ll say that again….I’m hoping all of you gave out a WHAT?!?

Ok let me explain…

Next week sees the start of Adobe UK’s Creative Week LIVE in which I’m taking part on the Friday 13th.

At 2.30pm I’ll be going through a ‘How To’ session covering Compositing and Retouching Techniques using Photoshop CS6, however earlier in the day I’m also now going to be on the panel for the LIVE debate in which “Is Digital Photography all Tech and no Talent” is the main topic.

Along with Photographer Timothy Allen and Creative Consultant Erin Moroney I’ll be in the London Studios infront of an audience and being aired LIVE online from 12.10pm discussing this very topic and I’m sure a whole lot more.

Anyway, it would be great if you could join me on Friday 13th at 12.10pm as there’ll be ways you too can contribute to the discussion.

Also, check out the Creative Week website to see an updated list of what’s going on throughout the week including discussions, tutorials, giveaways including Adobe Software and more PLUS it’s Free to register.

Adobe Creative Week Live [Link]

Right, must dash so have a good one and I’ll catch you tomorrow,
Glyn 🙂


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  1. Mark Beaumont

    Thanks Glyn, A very interesting discussion no doubt, and one I’d be very interested to see, but I’m already double booked that day, will it be recorded for viewing later?

  2. Neil Holmes

    Hi Glyn, Tech is great, I for one wouldn’t be without it. There is no substitute for talent but digital tech dosent half give us a BIG toolbox. Have a good time on Friday. Cheers Neil


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