NAPP Brings Largest Adobe Photoshop Event to San Francisco
Press release from the issuing company
TAMPA, Fla.--Jan. 15, 2004-- The National Association of Photoshop Professionals announced today that it is bringing the 2004 PhotoshopWorld Conference & Expo to San Francisco's Moscone Center March 1-3, 2004. Sponsored by Adobe Systems Inc., PhotoshopWorld is the largest Adobe Photoshop event in the world and provides three days of in-depth training from the world's top Photoshop authors and experts to several thousand digital photographers, digital videographers, and graphic designers.
The focus of this year's event is "Photoshop CS: Built for Speed." Using a combination of classroom instruction and hands-on training, instructors will teach practical techniques for improving productivity and creativity in digital imaging. The seventy-five educational sessions will be taught by industry heavyweights Scott Kelby, Jack Davis, Deke McClelland, Ben Willmore, Russell Brown, Julieanne Kost, Dan Margulis, Vincent Versace, Eddie Tapp, Michael Ninness, and others.
The PhotoshopWorld Expo will provide attendees with additional training opportunities on its expo floor and technical experts will be at the Help Desk to answer Photoshop-related questions. More than 50 exhibiting companies, including Adobe, Nikon, Epson, Canon, Microsoft, B&H, Wacom, HP, Dell, and Pantone, will be on hand to demonstrate their latest software products, cameras, printers, workstations, training materials, and accessories.
The San Francisco Bay Area is a new venue for PhotoshopWorld and conference organizers expect to generate the show's largest attendance numbers to date. Admission is $499 on or before January 30, 2004, and $599 after January 30, 2004. NAPP members save $100; additional discounts are available for teachers and students. Visit http://www.photoshopworld.com for full conference details and registration information.
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