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Photoshop World 2011 in Vegas

The product team is heading out to Vegas next week to attend – Photoshop World 2011 – hosted by the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP). Thousands of Photoshop power users will be there to hang out with the experts and learn all the latest tricks from the over 100 classes being offered.

NAPP has partnered with hashcaster this year to deliver #PSW show tweets in a way that allows you to easily engage in the moment-by-moment activity at the show. Within the hashcast, you’ll also be able to follow our official tweets from @Photoshop, @Lightroom and @AdobeElements.

If you’re coming to the show, stop by the Adobe booth for “In the Spotlight” sessions with our evangelists and product managers – Russell Preston Brown, Bryan O’Neil Hughes, Zorana Gee, Julieanne Kost, Terry White and others. It’s a chance for you to take advantage of presentations that cover topics like – the “Hidden Gems” or design tips in Photoshop CS5, experience all the benefits of a Lightroom workflow, dive into Creative Suite 5.5 or explore DSLR video editing.

And if you can’t hop on the next flight to Vegas, check out our Facebook page and blog for updates. There will be chances for you to win special team t-shirts and other prizes, join us for live interactions with product managers from the show floor or view videos and photos we post.

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  • By Tom Good - 1:57 PM on August 30, 2011  

    See you in Vegas.
    Can’t wait!!!

  • By Sharon Thomas - 3:07 PM on August 30, 2011  

    I’ll be there!

  • By Dallas Anderson - 3:19 PM on August 30, 2011  

    See you in Vegas. I was there last year and had a blast. I am getting my gear ready to go as I am writing this.

  • By Goodwinfmj - 4:42 PM on August 30, 2011  

    too bad i cant

  • By DaniLew - 7:32 PM on August 30, 2011  

    First-timer here and I just can’t wait to experience Photoshop World!

  • By Jodi - 9:16 PM on August 30, 2011  

    Can’t wait! SO looking forward to this! I’m definitely stoked! (c;

  • By John MacLean Photography - 9:48 PM on August 30, 2011  

    If I go will you tell me the release dates of LR4 and CS6? 😉

  • By Marie Brooks - 7:44 AM on September 4, 2011  

    Counting down… PSW! I’ll be there! Can’t wait!

  • By Captain Jack - 9:28 AM on September 7, 2011  

    Adobe software is powerful and professional… but… it is out of the reach of the Home User. Saying that PS Elements is all the Home User needs is like saying all a kitchen needs is a microwave. You know full well that even Home Users want a stove! PS is way more powerful and supported by books and Websites than PSE, also it is nice to have all the tools you need for a hobby.

    The Home User may desperately want to learn and use PS but the price is just not justifiable to the majority. Adobe never give away free old copies on magazines so people can get the chance to buy the upgrade version.

    If Adobe did a Home Licence version of PhotoShop Extended (like the student one) for around about £100 RRP (so less at many stores) then they would make a fortune in extra money.

    Take my example: I am in my 40’s married with no kids and disabled/retired. I can’t save up the cost of Photo shop as it is not justifiable. I can’t get the Student version as I am not at school and have no kids. So I am left with only the option of buying lower quality products instead. I can’t recommend PS to other people who do work and are in the business as I’ve never used it.

    Now AutoDesk let me sign up to their student/unemployed scheme (with proof of disability) and download all their Software for free, so why don’t Adobe start a scheme like this?

    Some people argue that Adobe don’t mind home hobbyists pirating PS but why should we have to take the risk? Why make us feel guilty? Why alienate so many users?

    Come on Adobe have a heart..

  • By Jon - 9:58 AM on October 1, 2011  

    Captain Jack, Why should anyone get a disability discount? How about the instances where someone in a wheelchair who is damn good at graphic arts and makes a boat load of money doing it? Should they get a discount over someone with no disability, but who barely scrapes by? Being disabled might suck, but there is something wrong with a society that somehow feels guilty when someone is disabled. It simply is what it is… Neither good nor bad. Look at how many people are self destructive or otherwise in a horrible place mentally, but not technically disabled. They get nothing. If your arms and hands work, and you can do Photoshop, then when you’re doing it, you’re not disabled at that moment. We ALL sit when using Photoshop.

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