September 21, 2009

Adobe MAX in two weeks; Travel & registration deals available

If you’re tempted to check out Adobe MAX in LA but haven’t yet pulled the trigger, check out the range of discounts available on attendance, transportation, and lodging. MAX is always an incredible show, and we hope to see you there.
Update: I forgot to mention that my fellow PMs will be presenting some great sessions on Photoshop. From the session guides:

  • Join Photoshop Product Manager Bryan O’Neil Hughes in a deep dive into the hidden gems of Photoshop CS4. He’ll also reveal many new technologies released since Photoshop CS4, including the Digital Negative (DNG) Profile Editor for customizing camera profiles, Pixel Bender for creating filters and effects, Configurator for producing custom panels in Photoshop, and enhancements to Adobe Camera Raw. Tuesday, October 6, 2009: 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
  • Join Photoshop Product Manager Zorana Gee as she shares her favorite techniques for working with the incredible Photoshop CS4 Extended 3D features. Learn how to paint directly on 3D models, wrap 2D images around 3D shapes, convert gradient maps to 3D objects, and add depth to layers and text. Monday, October 5, 2009: 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Posted by John Nack at 1:06 PM on September 21, 2009

Comments

  • gift certificate guy — 12:30 PM on September 23, 2009

    this should be an awesome event, I love photoshop I still need cs4 tho

  • Beth Russell — 6:05 PM on September 26, 2009

    Two questions from the OS functionality side of the world
    1) As an engineer and systems architect as well as a keen photographer, I have always been curious to know why Adobe makes becoming a beta tester seemingly impossible. With my IT, photographic and optical engineering expertise, I doubt you will find many btesteers as qualified as me.
    What is the story on beta testing for Adobe?
    2)I worked the technical beta of Win7 and have already “purged all systems” of Vista. An injury/surgery has kept me from generating content for nearly two years-outdoor photography is my specialty. With that problem behind me, I just bought a new Nikon. I received an early copy of Win7. While I know that PSCS5 is coming out near Xmas, can I upgrade from PS-CS2? With Win7, I want a solid upgrade. Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.

  • Chris Cox — 12:01 AM on September 27, 2009

    1) Get the know the team or make a name for yourself as a Photoshop user/educator/author.

  • Chris Cox — 12:02 AM on September 27, 2009

    1) Get the know the team or make a name for yourself as a Photoshop user/educator/author.
    It’s not impossible. It’s just that out of the millions of users, only a few thousand are going to be able to beta test.

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