General Public, Students and Educators get a Free Expo Pass to Photoshop World Conference & Expo
The largest Photoshop educational event in the world – Photoshop World Conference & Expo – is opening its Tech Expo to the general public for one day only on Friday, Sept. 8 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino Convention Center, Las Vegas. This is an information-packed venue for anyone interested in staying up-to-date on the latest digital photography and Photoshop-related technology. To get a free expo pass ($20 value) call 800-738-8513 or go to http://www.photoshopworld.com/ticket/.
The biggest names in the industry – Adobe, Microsoft, Canon, B&H, Dell, CDW, Wacom, iStockphoto.com, and more – will be exhibiting their latest gear and services, and providing product demonstrations. Plus, bonus classes covering Photoshop special effects, color correction, masking and composition, Windows Vista, and photographic workflow will be offered in the Microsoft Expo and NAPP Expo theaters open to all expo attendees at no additional cost. It’s an information-packed Expo offering the best in technology and education.
Photoshop World registration is open through the National Association of Photoshop Professionals at 800-738-8513 or online at www.photoshopworld.com .
Sponsored by Adobe Systems Incorporated, Photoshop World is the biggest educational event for Photoshop users, graphic and Web designers, and digital photographers eager to be on the cutting edge of Photoshop CS2, and innovative digital imaging techniques. A complete conference schedule with instructor roster is available for download at www.photoshopworld.com .
Photoshop World Conference & Expo is produced by NAPP (National Association of Photoshop Professionals). NAPP is the largest graphic and digital imaging trade association with 50,000+ members worldwide, and the leading resource for Adobe Photoshop training, news, and education. For more information visit www.photoshopuser.com.
*Adobe and Photoshop are registered trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated.