Day 3 Photoshop World recap
September 6, 2013 § Leave a comment
Of course it was another amazing and educational day. With so many sessions to choose from, there were some pretty hard decisions that I had to make.
I started off the day with the man, the myth, the legend- Matt Kloskowski. His “Lightroom and Photoshop for Landscape Photographers” was pretty awesome, and showed some great tools to get the most out of landscape photos. It was also really cool to see that Matt had his dad in the audience of his class. This was really touching, especially since my dad and I always attend Photoshop World together.
I always try to make it a point to get attend a Scott Kelby portrait retouching class. There is something so different (and dare I say magical) about learning from Scott in person. His sessions are always entertaining, and I always learn a ton from him.
The Wrap Up Rally and giveaway session is the final event of every Photoshop World, and is standing room only. Every year, a variety of photographers bring the ideas and emotions of Photoshop World home. This year, Bryan Hughes of Adobe spoke about the many ways that Adobe is listening to its customers — through forums, social media and events in person. Erik Valind spoke about the way that he got into photography, the struggles he faced and the lessons he learned from those struggles. Moose Peterson always has a beautiful presentation of his stunning images, and is something I always look forward to at the closing ceremony.
The closing ends with some pretty cool prize giveaways, which are of course are an awesome bonus…but you have to stay until the end to see if you have won! I always stay to the end and try to catch the instructors and staff to thank them for an amazing Photoshop World.
I cannot believe that this Photoshop World is now officially over, and I am so happy that I was able to participate this year.
Thank you to Kelby Media group and NAPP for putting on yet another amazing Photoshop World, and for allowing me the opportunity to blog about my experiences. I look forward to next year!