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Photoshop World advance registration begins

updated 10:25 am EST, Thu February 7, 2008

Photoshop World

Advance registration has begun for the Photoshop World Conference, an educational event sponsored by Adobe Systems and produced by the National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP). This year's conference features more than 100 in-depth classes taught by 40 top industry experts -- including Scott Kelby, Dave Cross, Katrin Eismann, Bert Monroy, Fay Sirkis, Joe McNally, Dan Margulis, Jeff Schewe, David Ziser, and more. Photoshop World Conference & Expo advance registration is $600 by February 29th for the general public and $700 afterward; NAPP member advance registration is $500 before February 29th and $600 afterward. Special pricing is also available for students, educators, and alumni of Photoshop World.

Class sessions are dedicated to Adobe Photoshop, Lightroom, Photoshop Extended, and Web development applications, as well as commercial design, outdoor and wedding photography, motion graphics and video, scripting, HDR (High Dynamic Range) photography, and more.

Photoshop World also features a three-day Tech Expo showcasing the latest cutting-edge digital imaging and graphic design related products, professional portfolio reviews, 12 pre-conference workshops, and after-hours social events.




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