We are pleased and excited to announce that the Adobe Seminar room will be returning to The Photography show this year. We have been working hard to make sure that there is something for all photographers who will be attending the show, as well as new topics and innovation that exist inside the Creative Cloud Photography plan, that we feel is exciting and would like to share with you. This year we will have one large seminar room at the event with each talk lasting for about 40 minutes, the schedules for each day are laid out below. Below the schedules you will find a more detailed description of each talk so you are able to make sure it’s the right talk for you, and to give you an insight into what you can expect from the talk and what you will take away.
Adobe would also like to offer you a discount code for the event, just enter ADOBETPS15 on the Photography show website. This reduces a pre-show booked adult ticket price from £13.95 to £10.95.
We are very much looking forward to speaking with you at the show.
Saturday 21st March
Sunday 22nd March
Monday 23rd March
Tuesday 24th March
Detailed descriptions of each session
David Mallows has over 20 years combined photographic industry experience in both hardware and software, coupled with first hand knowledge of the day to day practicalities of running his own commercial photography business. He has been a freelance presenter for Adobe Systems UK for the last 8 years, regularly presenting and delivering training at major UK photographic trade events.
Since 2007 David has photographed many of the biggest stars of the music industry as an official photographer for The Brit Awards, The Classic Brit’s, The Mercury Prize and the Music Industry trust Awards.
Gavin Hoey is a freelance photographer, writer and trainer of all things photographic. His easy to understand photo techniques combined with endless enthusiasm means you can find his work in books, magazines and across the web. Gavin is driven by a passion for sharing his photography and Photoshop knowledge.
In 2008 he started recording and uploading photo tutorials to YouTube, then in 2010 he was the winner of Adobe’s Next Photoshop Evangelist competition. Gavin is currently a regular presenter for Adorama TV where his mixture of camera tips and Photoshop tricks has proved a huge hit.
Eric Renno (AKA Tip Squirrel)
As the founder of TipSquirrel.com and producing video and written photoshop tutorials for magazines and online titles, Eric enjoys sharing his love of Photoshop, computing and mobile photography. When not writing Eric can be found addressing camera clubs and teaching at his local media college.
Richard is a Principal Solutions Consultant at Adobe with a focus on Digital Imaging. Richard is the UK contact for Photoshop, Lightroom, Elements and Imaging workflows around the Creative Cloud. Richard is also the primary contact for Adobe in the UK and EMEA for 3D and 3D Printing with Photoshop He is a keen technologist and a photographer for over 20 years, with a focus on travel and portrait photography.
Adobe Senior Solutions Consultant for Design products, Tony Harmer takes care of Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign with a specialism in interoperability and workflows. Tony has worked in the creative industry for over 30 years on a range of design, illustration and web/screen projects. An Adobe Certified Expert and Instructor in several products (holding more than 160 certifications and one of only a small number to achieve status as a Creative Suite Master) Tony has delivered training all over the UK and Europe, as well as being a contributing writer to Computer Arts, various blogs and a Lynda.com author.
Tony has presented on both sides of the Atlantic for Adobe and as a guest speaker at industry events—one of his presentations was key in helping to influence the decision to integrate forms into InDesign—and he delivers on a range of subjects including Illustrator, Photoshop and Creative Cloud topics.
Richard’s career has spanned more than 20 years in the photographic, print and design markets. Originally working in a technical support role for what is today one of Kodak’s subsidiaries in the graphic arts market, he went on to spend almost ten years working in Business Development for Apple where he helped in the launch and roll-out of many products including Apple’s photographic offerings.
Further to this Richard ran Nik Software in the UK taking the company’s professional plugin products and Smart Device App, Snapseed, to market culminating in Nik’s purchase by Google.
Now Richard heads up Datacolor in the UK introducing professionals and hobbyists alike to Colour Management.
Richard has trained and presented to many of the largest professional publishing and broadcasting companies worldwide (including Publicis, Bauer, the BBC and Sky). He has a particular passion for promoting and encouraging creative skills in the classrooms of colleges and universities across Europe. During his time at Apple he played an instigatory role in their ‘Young Creative’ initiative, a program devised to help budding digital artists be inspired to enter today’s diverse world of media