July 06, 2012
July 02, 2012
Last in the series of our hugely popular Twitter Chats, this Thursday, between 6.30pm-7.30pm we’ll be discussing the Photography and Imaging industry and would love to hear your thoughts on this exciting and ever-changing space.
This chat picks up where we left off last Thursday evening when designers, coders and creatives discussed the web and mobile issues that matter to them. Take a look at a selection of the tweets that flooded #CreativeWeekUK on our Storify post.
Photographers often consider aperture, exposure and light settings an art form to be cherished over auto-settings and quick fixes, with all the work done in post-production. But in an age when everything is becoming digitalised, should the photography community be ready to embrace image manipulation? Some of the areas we’ll be touching on to stoke the debate are;
- Do you agree with photographers who are of the opinion that you shouldn’t do anything to your shots in Photoshop that you couldn’t do in a darkroom?
- When does a photograph stop being a photograph, and become a piece of illustration or artwork?
- When it comes to retouching, how much is too much?
It’ll also be the last chance for you to get your hands on tickets to next week’s Creative Week. Include #CreativeWeekUK in all your tweets during the live Twitter Chat this Thursday and you’ll be entered into a competition to win one of two tickets to the Photography & Imaging day of Creative Week on Friday, July 13th.
For anyone without a ticket, we’ll also be broadcasting all the sessions from Creative Week live online, so make sure you don’t miss out and register now!
June 20, 2012
After our first buzzing Twitter Chat last week (resulting in us trending in the UK!), we can’t wait to discuss the glittering world of film and video this Thursday. Join us at the same time (6.30pm – 7.30pm) on Twitter and use #CreativeWeekUK to take part.
Recently, there’s been growing pressure for production companies to deliver more for less and we can’t wait to hear your view on whether this is leading to lower standards, or driving the industry forward with renewed creativity. Some of the topics up for discussion include;
- Are quality standards being affected by reduced budgets – or are studios forcing more creative solutions instead?
- How could clients make it easier for you to do great work within their budget and timescale requirements?
- Do clients just expect you to do more with less, or are they approaching you with less ambitious ideas?
We’d love to hear your thoughts on this and the other questions we’ll be posing, so follow @AdobeUK to watch the conversation from the start.
Remember, everyone who uses #CreativeWeekUK in their tweets during the Twitter Chat will automatically be in with a chance of winning tickets to the Film & Video day of Creative Week on Wednesday 11th July, which will be jam-packed with exclusive demos, lively debates, creative challenges and inspirational case studies!
If you aren’t one of the lucky ticket holders, we’ll be broadcasting all the sessions live online, so why not register now?