Conference Schedule

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04:00 am
12:00 pm
Moose Peterson

Red Rock Landscape Shoot Sold Out

Optional In-Depth Workshop

We’re breaking with tradition in a big way making for an incredible day of fun and instruction! We’re going to greet the day in beautiful Red Rock Canyon and then come back to the digital darkroom and finish our work. Starting at 4am, we’ll get in the bus and travel out to photograph the sunrise in the gorgeous mountains looking out over the desert. We’ll spend time looking at light, making the most of lenses and understanding the effect our settings have on our storytelling in the cool of the day. Then we’ll get back in the bus and come back to the classroom where we’ll finish the images we just shot so you can see exactly what you shot in the morning can be finished. We’ll finish up by noon in time for you to take a nap and continue with the rest of your PSW experience. Come, join us for the fun, camaraderie and learning.

Price $299

Off Site at Red Rock Canyon, NV | Limited to 40 Participants | Breakfast and transportation provided

10:00 am
02:00 pm

In-Depth Workshops Registration Only

Conference Event
12:00 pm
06:00 pm
Russell Preston Brown

Le Cirque Photographique’: A Mobile Photography Creative Workshop Sold Out

Optional In-Depth Workshop

Russell Preston Brown presents the ultimate in high energy, mobile workshops as part of the Photoshop World conference. This class is designed to help take your mobile photography to the next level by learning from the best mobile photography instructors in the industry. The day will start with presentations from the Adobe mobile photography team as they discuss the best workflow techniques to make you more productive. Then, let the circus begin! Literally! Participants will have the opportunity to capture a variety of Vegas-style circus and musical performers in a live performance. Special Wescott lighting will be supplied to assist in the capture of some incredible images and video. Finally, you will process some of your images with the help of a team of professionals at locations throughout the room. The day is organized so everyone gets the opportunity to walk through a variety of hands-on classes in this magical mobile circus. Très magnifique!

Class highlights:

  • Learn to capture, process, and share your mobile images and video like a pro.
  • Live, circus and music performers to inspire your photographic spirit.
  • Learn from the experts on using Lightroom Mobile, Adobe Photoshop Mix and all the other Adobe mobile applications.
  • Drop into our iPad Pro studio and process your images and experiment with the new Apple Pencil.
  • Try out all the latest mobile phone lenses and tripod accessories from Really Right Stuff and Moment Lenses.
  • Hands-on classes in capturing images and video with the DJI OSMO stabilized camera system.
  • Win an Epson SureColor SC‑P600 or a DJI OSMO Stabilized Video Camera in a drawing at the end of the session.

Be sure and bring your mobile devices with you and we will have an expert to help. We will have experts on Apple iPhones, Android phones, and the DJI OSMO.

Please leave your SLR cameras at home. This is a mobile event only.

Price $99 | On Site | Limited to 45 Participants

12:00 pm
05:00 pm
Lindsay Adler

Wow-Worthy Creative Studio Lighting Sold Out

Optional In-Depth Workshop

Push your knowledge and creativity in the studio with fashion photographer and lighting master Lindsay Adler! Together you’ll take steps to go beyond basic lighting, and start to create more “wow-worthy” studio effects. Whether utilizing unusual modifiers or usual modifiers in unique ways, this hands-on shooting class is sure to increase your knowledge and get you inspired!

Price $249

On Site | Limited to 40 Participants | Snacks and beverages provided

12:00 pm
05:00 pm
Daniel Gregory

Hands-On Portfolio Prep

Optional In-Depth Workshop

So you have taken the images, and you are now ready to take the next step. Maybe you are building a portfolio for clients, or creating a series of images for a gallery? Maybe just thinking about updating your website, or are you finally getting around to that book? Maybe you just want to better understand your artistic vision? This class is all about those next steps in producing a pulled together body of work. In this class, we will start with an overview of the process and some of the essential skills and techniques you will need to get started. We will focus on learning how to speak about your work, how to edit and sequence the work and ultimately how to present your work. Over the course of the day, we will leave few stones unturned and questions unanswered. After a little lecture, we jump in headfirst. There is no better way to learn how to edit and sequence than by actually doing the work. Everyone in the class will be having a review their own work and participate along with me in doing the reviews of everyone else. By the end of the day, you will have had your work looked at, discussed, edited and a basic sequence created. You will also leave having had a chance to apply your new skills and editorial eye in the process helping your peers better understand their work. We will spend the majority of the day learning by actually editing and sequencing the work you bring to the class and applying the skills we are learning along the way. It will be a very active and engaging way to learn. I am sure we will laugh, cry, get mad and frustrated at times, and maybe even hug. But, at the end of the day, we will have learned a whole load of new skills on our adventure and leave the classroom farther down the road with your project or portfolio.

Portfolio Review Requirements: You must bring at least 30-40 prints (please bring no more than 50) that you would like to see used in a project or portfolio. We will use those images to edit and sequence with during your allowed time. To narrow down the images into a working profile, we need to have a lot of images to work with so please have at least the minimum. Prints should be in the 4×6 to 8×10 size range. These should be work prints since we will be moving and shuffling them around. Please do not bring final prints. Do not bring digital copies, we need to move and play with the images. If you don’t have access to a printer, you can have your images printed anywhere (Costco, Walgreens, etc.). Bring something to take notes with. Of course, it never hurts to have a camera. 🙂

Price $249

On Site | Limited to 20 Participants | Snacks and beverages provided

12:00 pm
03:00 pm
Julieanne Kost

Passenger Seat: Creating a Photographic Project from Conception Through Execution

Optional In-Depth Workshop

What does it take to define and execute a photographic project? This session, Julieanne will focus on the techniques and workflows that enabled her to publish her most recent book and body of work: Passenger Seat. You’ll discover how to organize your personal project starting from the initial idea, continuing through planning and executing the shoots, mastering the post-capture workflow, to delivering the project for publication and distribution as a book, slideshow, exhibit, or social media. Defining who you want to be as an artist and what you want to create will give you permission to emerge – allowing discovery and imagination to flourish.

Price $99

On Site

01:00 pm
05:00 pm
Frank Doorhof

Fashion Photography: How To Create Cutting Edge, Unique Photos Using Different Lighting Setups Sold Out

Optional In-Depth Workshop

Frank will explain different techniques for working with natural light and strobes for an outdoors fashion shoot. You will learn how to create lensflares, how to create beautifully backlit shots as seen in magazines and of course, how to use the sun for that ultra edgy look we all love. After this, attendees will be divided into groups and each group will work with a model to create a fashion photo that will be judged by Frank.

Price $299

Off Site at the MGM Grand | Limited to 30 Participants | Snacks and Transportation provided

01:00 pm
07:00 pm
Kaylee Greer

Sit! Stay! Snap! Live Dog Photography Shoot Sold Out

Optional In-Depth Workshop

Join world-renowned dog photographer Kaylee Greer in a day-long adventure filled with clicks, wags and plenty of treats! (for the dogs, and you too!) See the world from a dog’s point of view as you immerse yourself in the happiness, silliness and joy that is so uniquely canine. Your adventure will start in the classroom where Kaylee will go over the real world trials, challenges and incredible rewards of working with a subject that speaks an entirely different language than you. You will learn valuable information about interacting with dogs and get some great insider tips on canine body language that will help you evoke emotion and expression in your furry subjects. The journey will continue with an on-location photo shoot chock full of gorgeous four-legged models where you’ll shoot alongside Kaylee and try your paw (err…hand!) at making your own dog portraits. (And maybe give out a few butt scratches while you’re at it. To the dogs, guys…not each other… 😛 ) Once you return from your hands-on shooting adventure, you’ll head back into the classroom to watch the magic come full circle with a live editing demo. Kaylee will put the finishing sparkle and shine on an image as she fully post-processes a select from the afternoon’s shoot! (Note: Editing your own images at this point is optional, you can watch and take notes, or follow along on your own favorite image from the day!)

Required Gear:

  • DSLR Camera
  • Basic Knowledge of Shooting in Manual Mode
  • Your favorite lenses (Prime lenses very much encouraged!)
  • Lens Filter + Hood Encouraged (for all those doggy slobbers that might give you a visit!)
  • Memory Card

Optional:

  • Laptop
  • Editing Tablet
  • Memory Card Reader
  • Current versions of Lightroom + Photoshop

Price $299

Location: Mt. Charleston Lodge | Limited to 35 Participants | Lunch and transportation provided

01:00 pm
05:00 pm
Tim Wallace

Ignite Your Photography Career: Get Focused, Build Your Brand & Get Booked

Optional In-Depth Workshop

Photographer Tim Wallace is the driving force and creative thinking behind Ambient Life. An award winning photographer, his work is often described as both conceptual and dramatic.

Tim works internationally with many high end brands and in this in depth business based session he will start by looking briefly at what kind of work he has built his business model on and then take you step by step through the thought and work process of building up a successful photography business to achieve a positive global reputation, positioning yourself successfully within your chosen industry. This is something that Tim is very aware of having built from scratch both a successful business and a respected name over recent years.

The day will look at how to start making the right informed choices, the questions that you need to ask yourself, and how to set a clear vision for your own path way to success rather than just ‘hope’ things work out for you. We will look at how to think laterally about your brand and direction, style of work and industry sector and how those differ and demand different approaches. Tim will walk you through how he gained his initial clients, won contracts and kept his clients as their partnership evolved. It will look at how to approach agencies, how to effectively make those first steps and approaches to clients and agencies and most of all and utterly crucially it will be about explaining how to understand your position better within the field and how to put yourself and your work across in such a way that your clients understand your benefits to them and not just that you can take nice pictures. Its about becoming a monster in your industry and creating a need for what you do and not just sitting there and waiting for the phone to ring.

Price $99

On Site

06:00 pm
11:30 pm
Dave Black

Lightpainting the Town Sold Out

Optional In-Depth Workshop

Equipment Requirements: each participant will need to bring their own 35mm DSLR digital camera and Flash Card or SD Card. Short zoom lenses like the 16-35mm or 24mm-70mm are ideal. A sturdy Tripod is also required. A Headlamp is recommended as the class will be working in the dark after sunset. Each participant must also bring their own LED flashlight that produces 150 Lumens or more. Participants can learn about Lightpainting by watching Dave’s Lightpainting classes on KelbyOne. Recommended reading: participants can learn about Lightingpainting on Dave Black’s website www.daveblackphotography.com. Click Instructional BLOG, type in Lightpainting in the SEARCH box. There you will find several in-depth articles on how to Lightpaint.

Price $299

Off Site at Nelson, NV | Limited to 40 Participants | Snacks and Transportation provided

09:00 pm
11:00 pm

Meet Up – A Social & Networking Event with Attendees & Instructors

Special Events

THE MEET UP

The night before Photoshop World begins, drop by the EyeCandy Sound Lounge (right smack dab in the middle of the Casino at Mandalay Bay), to hang out and have a few drinks with the Photoshop World instructors and our crew. It’s a fun, casual night of making friends, making connections, and meeting a lot of folks you’ll be spending the next few days with.

08:00 am
04:30 pm

Full Conference Registration-Attendee Information

Conference Event
08:00 am
04:30 pm

Partner Pavilion – KelbyOne Expert Bar

Conference Event
08:00 am
04:00 pm
Canon

Canon Sensor Cleaning

Special Events

Free Canon Sensor Cleaning

Service Rules & Regulations
Must Be a Photoshop World Attendee to Take Advantage Of This Offer!

  • Canon EOS DSLR Cameras Only (all models)
  • One Camera Per Attendee
  • Camera Bodies Only (no maintenance will be performed on attached lenses or accessories)
  • Service Overview
  • Image Sensor Cleaning
  • Firmware Update (if required)
  • Basic Function Check
  • Cleaning of Camera’s Exterior

Location: Ballroom Reef E | South Convention Center | Level 2

Free Spots are Limited | Onsite Service Registration Only | First Come First Serve Basis

08:00 am
10:00 am

Partner Prime Time

Conference Event
10:00 am
11:30 am

Keynote

Conference Event
12:00 pm
01:00 pm
12:00 pm
01:00 pm
Dave Black

Sports Action with High Speed Sync Flash

Lighting

This Step-by-Step Presentation will illustrate how to capture dramatic Sports Action with a variety of High Speed Sync Flash systems. Radio Control Speedlights and large Sport Strobe systems including Elinchrom, Profoto and Pocket Wizard systems will be featured at several sports venues. Attendees will gain a thorough understanding of the thought process and gear used to capture simple – complex sports action lighting scenarios applicable for today’s Sports Action photographer.

12:00 pm
01:00 pm
Daniel Gregory

Tack Sharp! Sharpening in Lightroom

Lightroom

Sharpening is one of the most important and misunderstood parts of the digital workflow. It doesn’t matter if you shoot weddings, fashion, landscapes, or anything in between, when sharpening is done well, it can send a photograph to the next level. When poorly done, it can introduce a host of issues and artifacts that can ruin an image. In this course, Daniel will demonstrate the use of sharpening tools and techniques in Lightroom to create the best image possible. He will also show key areas to focus on when sharpening an image so that you don’t introduce any of the negative effects of sharpening, such as noise, loss of detail, halos, etc. Sharpening happens at three different phases in the digital workflow (input, output, and creative), and this course will cover how to use Lightroom for each phase. Over the course of this class, Daniel will also demonstrate all the options for input sharpening, explain how output sharpening works, and show techniques for applying creative sharpening to your images to make the most of each photo. The course will also cover how to use some of the more popular 3rd-party sharpening plugins to enhance your workflow.

12:00 pm
01:00 pm
Alan Hess

Night & Low Light Photography

Photography

Want to know what it takes to photograph cityscapes at night or capture star trails? How about shooting stage performances or sporting events in low light? This class breaks it all down to the simplest pieces so that anyone can go out and get the shot.

12:00 pm
01:00 pm
Frank Doorhof

How To Get Your Model To Work It!

Inspiration

This class will be with a model and Frank will show you several poses that will work wonders for your next photo shoot and also what won’t work. Poses will including standing, sitting, lying down and using motion to spice things up.

01:00 pm
03:00 pm

Attendee Lunch Break

Conference Event
01:00 pm
03:00 pm
Instructor Panel

Portfolio Reviews

Special Events

The Photoshop World Portfolio reviews are an invaluable opportunity to have an in-depth review with candid appraisals, valuable business insights and real world, practical advice, on all aspects of your work from our distinguished line-up of Photoshop World instructors.

Price $99. | Limited Availability | Must Register In Advance!

01:15 pm
02:00 pm
Tim Wallace

Let There be Light: Licensing, Copyright and Usage

KelbyOne Theater

Over the past decade AmbientLife has worked with a who’s who of automotive royalty, from Jaguar, Aston Martin and beyond and in this session Tim will be talking through what can sometimes be regarded as the blurry subject of Licensing, Copyright and Usage. It’s a huge subject and many people get the fundamentals of copyright in its essence but have little idea on ‘licensing’ and ‘usage’, what they mean, how they impact on each other and how these things are indeed crucial factors to consider right from the outset before you even shoot the gig.

02:00 pm
02:45 pm
Lindsay Adler

Top 10 Best Practices for Social Networking

KelbyOne Theater

Marketing and building relationships through social media is an essential part of most photographers’ businesses. Through the last 5 years Lindsay Adler has grown an online audience of hundreds of thousands. Join her as she shares her Top 10 Tips on the best approaches for social media marketing to be effective, efficient and reach your target audience.

03:00 pm
04:00 pm
Frank Doorhof

Creating Magic with Lighting

Lighting

Frank will show you how to create magic with light by giving several examples of different light sources like constant light, sun and of course, studio lighting and small flash to create images you’ve never thought about before. This is for people that find themselves repeating the same thing over and over again and want to break free from this. You’ll leave the class feeling totally inspired with lots of new, creative ideas.

03:00 pm
04:00 pm
Julieanne Kost

What’s New in the Lightroom Family of Products

Lightroom

Join Adobe Principal Evangelist Julieanne Kost as she demonstrates the Lightroom family of products in action. By using examples from her own recent work, Julieanne will showcase all of the Lightroom tools on mobile, desktop and web, that will enable you to bring out the best in your photography. In this overview you will learn how to organize your work into collections, edit and enhance images, and share your photography at any time, from anywhere, on any device.

Topics to be covered include:

  • Top new features in Lightroom CC
  • How to increase productivity using Collections and Creative Sync
  • Using Lightroom mobile for capture, editing, and sharing images
  • The advantages of Lightroom Web for sharing and feedback
  • Plus, Julieanne’s top five tools and techniques to help you take your photography to the next level
03:00 pm
04:00 pm
Moose Peterson

The Wildest Subject of All: How To Get the Shot in Wildlife Photography

Photography

We’re amazingly fortunate to witness the natural wonders our world provides. It’s our responsibility to bring back that story about the critters to share with others and influence our world. How do you find the critters, get them in the viewfinder and accomplish this? We’ll talk lenses and settings, biology, stories about failure and success. This is a quest I started forty years ago and that I’m still on. Come join me as I suck you into the magical and incredibly rewarding world of wildlife photography.

03:00 pm
04:00 pm
Scott Kelby

Essentials of Designing with Type

Photoshop A

Bad type can ruin a really great photo and in this session, I’m going to show you how to create poster layouts, photo book covers, web graphics and more so your type complements your work, rather than destroying it. You’ll learn everything from the basics of typography including which fonts to use, when, and why, and how to create simple, beautiful-looking designs (it’s easier than you’d think). This class will change the way you think about and use type and photos together from this point on.

03:00 pm
04:00 pm
Kaylee Greer

Forget You Ever Heard the Word Impossible: Live Your Dream Career

Inspiration

If you’re like the rest of us, you’ve had a person or two in your life tell you that your dream of becoming a highly successful professional photographer is impractical, or even impossible. Photographer Kaylee Greer is here to flip that coin for you and show you the other side. Take a journey into inspiration and uncover the tips for success from the most unlikely artist of all – a professional dog photographer. As one of the most known and sought after photographers in her niche, Kaylee will share her journey from animal shelter volunteer with big dreams to highly successful pro photographer and what it took to make that happen. Discover tips on how to stand out and rise above the noise of the busy photography industry. Take a step toward turning your dreams into reality, and forget you ever heard the word impossible.

04:30 pm
05:30 pm
Joel Grimes

Dramatic Portraits Using Speedlites

Lighting

Build a lightweight strobe kit for on location portrait work.

04:30 pm
05:30 pm
Matt Kloskowski

Organizing Your Photos with Lightroom

Lightroom

In this class Matt shares his patented (not really), super secret (maybe not), foolproof (almost!) system for finally getting organized in Lightroom. It’s a system developed from teaching thousands of Lightroom users, and one that’ll finally give you a firm grip on organizing your photos and taking full advantage of Lightroom.

04:30 pm
05:30 pm
Dave Black

Think Before You Press the Shutter: The Thought Process Behind Creating Truly Unique Images

Photography

This Step-by-Step Presentation and Collective Discussion with the audience will illustrate what the thought process is before a photographer presses the shutter. Light, Composition, the Moment and much more must all be considered when capturing an image that is truly unique. Attendees will gain an understanding of the mental process needed to progress their own images to the next level. This class is for any genre of photographer.

04:30 pm
05:30 pm
Daniel Gregory

4 Steps to Meaningful Work

Inspiration

Are you struggling to create work that really resonates? Do you sometimes just stare at your camera and wonder what’s next? In this class, Daniel will talk about four keys area to focus on when creating meaningful work. This course will focus on the non-technical side of photography and more on the inner game of photography. Come and learn some of the key concepts to speaking about your work, dealing with your own critical voice, finding and creating shots that matter to you, and keys to sharing that work.

06:00 pm
07:00 pm

Photoshop World Film Festival

Special Events

Join us for an evening that celebrates the best video work from our attendees as we present the Photoshop World Film Festival, presented by Trey Ratcliff. We kick off the night with a screening of Trey’s amazing short film “Life From Above and Beyond,” followed by a screening of the 10 best, 10 minute max video shorts or short films created by our attendees. At the end, the audience will pick their favorite and we’ll present the director/producer with our first ever Photoshop World Film Festival award. It’s sure to be an inspiring, moving, and fun-filled evening.

06:00 pm
07:00 pm
Instructor Panel

Getting Ready to Go Pro

Special Events

STUDENTS: ARE YOU READY TO GO PRO?

This special panel, created just for students who attend Photoshop World, gives students straight talk and real world advice from some of the most successful pro photographers in our industry. We’ll discuss what it takes to become a full time pro; the pros and cons of making your living in photography; how to build your brand; and proven methods to build a successful career in photography.

Instructor Panel: Joel Grimes, Lindsay Adler, and Tim Wallace

06:30 pm

Dinner With A Stranger

Special Events

If you came to Photoshop World alone, you won’t be that way for long. We’ve planned dinners at eight yummy casual restaurants nearby —pick a restaurant, pick up your “I’m a Stranger” button and enjoy the relaxed setting of a shared meal with 11 other people just like you. It’s a fun way to meet new people and make new friends.

07:00 pm

After Hours Party

Special Events

Ain’t no party like a “Photoshop World” party, and this year our attendee bash is at probably our most amazing party venue yet — it’s called simply “LIGHT.” It’s a two story, state-of-the-art nightclub (right within Mandalay Bay itself) where you’ll unwind, drink, dine; and the conversations will flow as you mingle with the Photoshop World instructors and your fellow attendees. Play team foosball on two giant 16-player tables; make some memories at the photo booth, and hit the dance floor to all your favorite “old school” dance hits from the 70s, 80s, and 90s along with some of today’s most popular dance music – it’ll be a night to remember (plus, you can always sleep when you get home, right?).

Your ticket (purchased separately for just $59) includes dinner, two drink tickets good for call brand drinks, wine and beer, and music from a “LIGHT” DJ — You won’t want to be left out of the fun.

07:30 am
06:15 pm

Full Conference Registration-Attendee Information

Conference Event
08:30 am
09:30 am
Scott Valentine

The Power of Adobe Capture and Mobile Photography

Adobe Mobile Apps

Ideas happen everywhere and at any time. Be ready for them with mobile apps that keep up with you. In this session, you will learn how Adobe’s Creative Cloud mobile apps work together to keep your ideas moving. Learn how to turn any photo into a color theme, look, vector graphic or unique brush that you can use. Use Lightroom Mobile for the perfect photo. Retouch photos with Photoshop Fix, and create a composite masterpiece of photos and other graphic elements with Photoshop Mix. Then of course you will sync your work with your desktop applications using your Creative Cloud account.

08:30 am
09:30 am
Kristina Sherk

Master the Art of Magazine-Quality Skin Retouching: The Fundamentals

Photoshop B

Have you ever wondered how to get that perfect, “magazine quality” skin on your images? Join Kristina as she walks you through the fundamental steps and techniques you’ll need to master to make your images look like they walked off the pages of the latest glamour magazine. You’ll learn techniques like frequency separation and batch blemish removal to not only make your clients skin glow, but also speed up your workflow in the process.

08:30 am
09:30 am
Katrin Eismann

Harnessing the Power of Lightroom’s Develop Module

Lightroom

Discover how to create the highest quality image possible by harnessing the power within the Develop module in Adobe Lightroom. Master the tools needed to enhance, refine and add creative effects to your images using both global and local non-destructive image adjustments including white balance, tone curves, vibrance, clarity, sharpening, and color enhancements. Learn how to create presets to quickly apply these effects to multiple images and prepare your images for final delivery.

08:30 am
09:30 am
Dave Black

Lightpainting – Light Up the World

Photography

This Step-by-Step Presentation and LIVE Demonstration with the model will teach the artistic lighting technique of Lightpainting. Lightpainting combines long exposure times with illumination from mobile light sources to create a unique photograph. This highly creative lighting style of image making is applicable for every photographer. Attendees will see multiple examples ranging from small Still-Life imagery, to life size scenes, and even large-scale landscapes. This class includes a LIVE Lightpainting Demonstration with model.

08:30 am
09:30 am
Peter Hurley

From Zero to Shabang!

Inspiration

Every portrait photographer knows the feeling – the scene is set, the lighting is perfect – and the moment you look through your viewfinder, your subject looks like the life just got sucked out of them. Humans behave in strange and unusual ways in front of the camera and our job becomes not only to technically capture a quality image, but to chill our subjects out and then beef em up, as Peter would say, in order to capture that elusive SHABANG! shot. No one is better at this than Peter Hurley – in fact, he is the master at engaging clients, creating an atmosphere that pulls out their personality infusing it directly into the image – taking someone with a bland look on their face, and turning it into something captivating. In this class, you will learn the Hurley Headshot System and Peter’s signature moves for getting a subject to come alive in front of the camera. Learn how to create that moment that Peter calls a SHABANG!: that instant when adrenaline, emotion, drama and pure life all comes together and you know you captured an image that will make the artist inside you stop and say, “wow!”

10:00 am
11:00 am
Josh Haftel

End-to-end DNG Workflow with Android

Adobe Mobile Apps

Join Josh Haftel to learn how Android mobile devices can shoot, process, store and share in the DNG raw file format all with Lightroom for mobile. See how easy it is to use the in-app camera to capture in the DNG raw format and then preview images with a series of built-in presets, or perform non-destructive edits. And finally, Josh will show how all the work completed on Android can be synced and used in desktop Lightroom, or Photoshop.

10:00 am
06:00 pm
Canon

Canon Sensor Cleaning

Special Events

Free Canon Sensor Cleaning

Service Rules & Regulations
Must Be a Photoshop World Attendee to Take Advantage Of This Offer!

  • Canon EOS DSLR Cameras Only (all models)
  • One Camera Per Attendee
  • Camera Bodies Only (no maintenance will be performed on attached lenses or accessories)
  • Service Overview
  • Image Sensor Cleaning
  • Firmware Update (if required)
  • Basic Function Check
  • Cleaning of Camera’s Exterior

Location: Ballroom Reef E | South Convention Center | Level 2

Free Spots are Limited | Onsite Service Registration Only | First Come First Serve Basis

10:00 am
11:00 am
10:00 am
11:00 am
Kaylee Greer

The Secrets to Creating the Best Dog Photos Ever

Photography

Go in-depth into the magical, colorful world of dog photography with award-winning photographer Kaylee Greer. Learn eye-opening tips + tricks for making incredible images that capture all the joy and whimsy of your best friend. Kaylee will discuss the firsthand challenges and rewards of working in the unique niche of dog photography. Watch a live shoot demonstration with a four-legged model and be encouraged to ask Kaylee anything during the open Q+ A period.

10:00 am
12:30 pm
Jay Maisel

Light, Gesture & Color

Inspiration

Light, gesture and color are synonymous with all of Jay Maisel’s images. These elements, coupled with an awareness of figure-ground relationships or photographic optical illusion, constitute a crucial part of image presentation. In this popular seminar, Maisel will show you how and why images challenge perception and why you do not always see what you think you see. The emphasis here will be on perception, not manipulation. Maisel will also discuss how he uses digital technology to enhance the way he works and will show new work on several themes.

11:30 am
12:30 pm
Sean Teegarden

Improving Landscape Photos with Adobe Mobile Apps

Adobe Mobile Apps

It happens all of the time. You are out in nature- in your community or afar- taking photos with your phone. And the shots don’t look exactly as you saw them with your eye. Sean will show you easy steps for transforming those photos to be the stunning images you imagined. Sean will show you how to edit photos with Lightroom for mobile, remove unwanted distractions with Photoshop Fix, apply looks in Photoshop Mix, and then add text and treatments and easily share them Adobe Post.

11:30 am
12:30 pm
Serge Ramelli

Lightroom Workflow for Landscape Photography

Creative Cloud

In this workshop I will show you several examples to bring a landscape to life. Often when we witness beautiful scenery with a great sunset, we are disappointed in the photographic result. In this class I will show you my workflow to get the best out of your raw files.

11:30 am
12:30 pm
Scott Kelby

Photo Shootout

Special Events

Grab your camera and come ready to work. We’re going to challenge you, push you, delight you, and inspire you. We can’t tell you anymore than that, but we promise you’ll learn, laugh, and gain some valuable experience.

Onsite registration | Limited to 80 participants

11:30 am
12:30 pm
Daniel Gregory

Dial It Up: Advanced Lightroom Techniques

Lightroom

Have you mastered the basic workflows and editing in Lightroom? Are you looking to take a step up in your Lightroom productivity and get control of your creative process? Daniel is opening his catalogs, collections, and enhanced workflow techniques to show you some of his favorite techniques and tools for increasing your organization and flexibility and truly maximizing your creativity using Lightroom. Lightroom is such a powerful program, and there are a whole host of tools in Lightroom: you just need to know where they are and what they do. In this course, Daniel will be covering topics such as enhancing your organization with collections import workflow, utilizing virtual copies, histories and snapshots, advanced editing techniques in the Develop module for color and black and white images, soft-proofing for better prints, and additional small workflow tricks and tips to help you get the most out of Lightroom. If you have ever felt like you wanted a little more out of Lightroom than the basics, but didn’t know where to start, then this is the class for you.

11:30 am
12:30 pm
Alan Hess

Concert Photography

Photography

Here is your backstage pass to concert photography. This class covers it all, from obtaining credentials to photo pit etiquette, from having the right gear for the job to getting the proper exposure.

11:30 am
12:30 pm
Richard Harrington

Expert Selections in Adobe Photoshop

Photoshop A

Learn how to take charge of Photoshop and make better, more targeted image adjustments with selections including hard-to-select objects like hair, fuzzy edges, and color ranges. Join PhotoFocus publisher Rich Harrington as he reveals the importance of precise selections, whether you’re masking, changing color and tone, or even storing transparency, and shows you how to make them with the tools in Adobe Photoshop CC. Dive into the Select menu commands and the Marquee, Lasso, and Magic Wand tools, and then learn how to refine your selections with Expand and Contract, Smooth and Feather, Quick Mask, and other controls. Photoshop power users will also enjoy advanced techniques involving the Color Range command and alpha channel selections.

12:30 pm
02:30 pm

Attendee Lunch Break

Conference Event
12:30 pm
06:00 pm

Partner Pavilion – KelbyOne Expert Bar

Conference Event
12:30 pm
02:30 pm

Live Natural Light Shoot – Food Setup

Special Events

It was a big hit last year, and we’re bringing it back again this year! We set up shooting bays, all bathed in natural light, for you to capture everything from food shoots, to flowers, to a model shoot, and we even have a bride and groom for you. It’s free and included with your full conference pass.

12:30 pm
02:30 pm

Live Natural Light Shoot – Model Photography

Special Events

It was a big hit last year, and we’re bringing it back again this year! We set up shooting bays, all bathed in natural light, for you to capture everything from food shoots, to flowers, to a model shoot, and we even have a bride and groom for you. It’s free and included with your full conference pass.

12:30 pm
02:30 pm

Live Natural Light Shoot – Macro Station

Special Events

It was a big hit last year, and we’re bringing it back again this year! We set up shooting bays, all bathed in natural light, for you to capture everything from food shoots, to flowers, to a model shoot, and we even have a bride and groom for you. It’s free and included with your full conference pass.

12:30 pm
02:30 pm

Live Natural Light Shoot – Wedding Shoot

Special Events

It was a big hit last year, and we’re bringing it back again this year! We set up shooting bays, all bathed in natural light, for you to capture everything from food shoots, to flowers, to a model shoot, and we even have a bride and groom for you. It’s free and included with your full conference pass.

02:30 pm
03:30 pm
Trey Ratcliff

Travel Photography and Creating Yourself

Photoshop A

Trey teaches Lightroom and Photoshop in a strange manner. How do you go from concept to final result, using LR and PS in unusual ways to bend the story around to something unexpected and surprising? To him, it’s a bit like writing a story. You begin with a sketch of some interesting characters and you have some idea of how they will grow and change over time. But you’re never really sure what adventures along the way will be and how their final form will take shape. Watching Trey create landscapes is a bit like watching a chef “play” with various tools and ingredients.

02:30 pm
03:30 pm
Josh Haftel

Editing Tricks with Lightroom for Mobile

Adobe Mobile Apps

Learn tricks to making Lightroom for mobile do more than you thought possible for shooting, syncing, editing, organizing and sharing your photos. Josh will share his favorite techniques that are guaranteed to bring “wow” to your mobile photography and improve your mobile to desktop workflow.

02:30 pm
03:30 pm
Terry White

How to Take Advantage of Adobe’s Creative Cloud

Creative Cloud

Join Terry White, Adobe’s Worldwide Design and Photography Evangelist, to learn how to get the most out of Adobe Creative Cloud. In this class Terry demystifies what it means to subscribe to the Creative Cloud, how to find and install Adobe applications, and how to take advantage of all the additional benefits of a Creative Cloud subscription. From online storage space to increased collaboration tools, and from access to online assets to a wealth of mobile apps there’s a lot more to a Creative Cloud subscription than just installing and updating Adobe applications. By the end of this class you’ll learn how to empower your workflow with new tools, ensure you are getting the most out of your subscription, and know how to take steps to maintain it into the future.

02:30 pm
03:30 pm
Scott Kelby

Creating Beautiful Photo Books in Lightroom

Lightroom

In this session you’ll learn how to create beautiful photo books from right within Lightroom itself. You’ll see the entire workflow, step-by-step and exactly how to create your own custom photo books the easy way, plus I’m going to share a few tricks on creating your own custom layouts that I think you’ll really find helpful. Lots of little tips, tricks, and time-saving techniques.

02:30 pm
03:30 pm
Joel Grimes

The Power of Creating a Signature Brand

Inspiration

How to build a body of work that separates you from the masses.

02:30 pm
03:30 pm
Roberto Valenzuela

Posing Problem Solving

Photography

Solutions to some of the most common posing problems we encounter

04:00 pm
05:00 pm
Stacy Pearsall

Combat from Behind the Camera

Inspiration

Pearsall’s empowering presentation draws upon the hardships she faced as a woman and photographer in combat. She’s documented some of the most dangerous battles of our time, has been wounded in combat and lived to tell her story. Hers is an amazing visual journey of personal and photographic growth. Not only do the images tell the story of the soldiers she’s documented, but also her own tale of friendships she made and tragically lost. You’ll see what combat is like from behind the camera. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry. Most of all, you’ll be in awe.

04:00 pm
05:00 pm
Dave Cross

Smart Objects, Layer Comps and Libraries — Oh My!

Creative Cloud

In this session we’ll dive into 3 important features and how recent versions of Photoshop CC have taken these options to another level. You’ll learn how to use Layer Comps to create, manage, and view multiple versions of a layout in a single Photoshop file. Then we’ll explore the amazing power and flexibility of using Smart Objects, and how to incorporate them into Layer Comps. And we’ll finish off with an in-depth look at libraries and how they can save you a ton of time.

04:00 pm
05:00 pm
Matt Kloskowski

Landscapes and Light

Photoshop A

There isn’t much you can do to influence the light Mother Nature provides on any given day, but you can learn how to work with it. In this class, Matt will show you amazing tips for how to capture the best possible light when shooting, and he’ll discuss the best tools for post-processing and making the most out of any outdoor photo shoot.

04:00 pm
05:00 pm
Scott Kelby

Unlocking the Power of Lightroom Mobile

Lightroom

If you’re ready to take your Lightroom CC workflow beyond the desktop, you’ve got to check out this session that expands and extends the way you use Lightroom in a very cool way. I think you’ll be surprised at some of the things you can do with Lightroom on your mobile device, including some really interesting stuff you can do Web-wise that if you haven’t learned yet, you’re totally going to love (and so will your clients).

04:00 pm
05:00 pm
Joe McNally

Hot Shoe Flash – The First Steps

Photography

I know there are a lot of folks out there that want to start using flash, or have always been curious about it, and if either one of those sounds like you, man, you gotta come check out this new class. I’ve come up with a way to teach flash that I truly believe will have you out shooting confidently with your off camera flash right away. I’m going to take the complexity and fear out of it totally, and make the process amazingly simple to learn and quick to use. You’ll learn the whole process, from start to finish, in just this one hour class and you’ll leave knowing you can do it.

06:15 pm
07:15 pm
Josh Haftel

Everyday Retouching with Photoshop Fix

Adobe Mobile Apps

Join Josh Haftel as he presents how you can apply popular retouching techniques to your photos with simple gestures on your iPad or iPhone. Learn how you can do real retouching work—liquefy, spot healing, clone stamping, tonal adjustments and apply looks—from wherever you are and have those changes become adjustment layers in Photoshop. You’ll also see how Photoshop Fix and Photoshop Mix can be used together to create a collage.

06:15 pm
07:15 pm
Julieanne Kost

Showcasing Your Work with Behance, Adobe Portfolio and Adobe Slate

Creative Cloud

One of the joys of being a photographer is being able to share the way that you see the world with the people around you. In this seminar you will learn how to publish your work in progress as well as finished projects to Behance a community of over 6 million, inspirational, creative professionals from a variety of backgrounds as well as creative directors and hiring managers who are looking for creative talent. Discover how easy it is to create a beautiful, personalized website with galleries of images, specialty pages, social media profiles, and more using Adobe Portfolio and see how to pull a short story together, publish, and share it with the world using Adobe Slate.

06:15 pm
07:15 pm
Kristina Sherk

Master the Art of Magazine-Quality Skin Retouching: Advanced Techniques

Photoshop B

Join Kristina as she helps you understand the advanced techniques of skin like the pro’s.This class will explore the essential mentalities behind why we retouch skin, and also teach you the manner of achieving that perfect product. As you broaden your knowledge on the ideas behind the techniques, you’ll instantaneously start retouching better and faster. You’ll learn processes like dodge and burn and the important role of color in this process. By the end of this class, you’ll know how to create skin that just pops off the page.

06:15 pm
07:15 pm
Moose Peterson

Start Your Engines: The Secrets to Getting Started in Aviation Photography

Photography

There is no heart bumping, adrenaline field photography like aviation photography! From the hangar to the flight line to into the air, the fun, challenge and rewards of taking to the skies with your photography leaves you satisfied and wanting more. What is the gear you need, the techniques perfected and contact required to produce those heart thumping images? What’s the secret to getting in the seat of a plane to photograph it air to air? These questions are answered and so much more will be laid out so you can take your photography to new heights!

08:00 pm
09:30 pm
Gregory Heisler

An Evening with Gregory Heisler

Special Events

Join us for an evening you’ll be talking about for years as we welcome one of the most respected, engaging, and captivating photographers and presenters of our time, Gregory Heisler. Author of the critically acclaimed 50 Portraits: Stories and Techniques from a Photographer’s Photographer.

You’ve seen Gregory’s iconic portraits of A-list celebrities, athletes, and even Presidents countless times on everything from the cover of Time magazine, to GQ, Sports Illustrated, Esquire, and ESPN among others. Now he brings those images and stories to life on stage for an evening of inspiration, laughter, and art that will both entertain and delight.

10:00 pm
11:59 pm
Scott Kelby

Midnight Madness

Special Events

If you’re lucky enough to snag one of the 200 free tickets to this late-night event, you’re in for a hilarious evening of surprises, laughter, prizes, games and fun, which has become legendary among Photoshop World Alumni. Hosted by none other than the conference ringmaster himself, Scott Kelby, and Adobe’s own Terry White.

11:00 pm
12:00 am

Pub Crawl

Special Events

How ’bout a Pub Crawl? OK, let’s do it! It’s new this year, and the plan is — we’re going to visit four of the most fun bars in the Mandalay Bay Resort and the attached Shops at Mandalay Place (yes, it has it’s own shopping mall attached), and you’re invited to come along; have a fine lager, and meet some new people.

First beer is on us, tickets given out onsite | Limited to 100 | Locations include: Ri Ra Irish Pub, Burger Bar, House of Blues and EyeCandy Sound Lounge.

07:45 am
08:45 am

Peer to Peer Roundtable Discussions

Special Events

Topics Include:

  • Architectural Photography
  • Lightroom Mobile
  • Landscape Photography
  • Making Money from Your Photography
  • The Challenges of Street Photography
  • iPhoneography
  • Making it in Sports Photography
  • Breaking into Wedding Photography
  • Running a Creative Business
  • Making Movies

Onsite Registration Only | Each Roundtable Limited to 8 Participants!

08:30 am
01:00 pm

Full Conference Registration-Attendee Information

Conference Event
08:30 am
01:00 pm

KelbyOne Expert Bar

Conference Event
09:00 am
10:00 am
Katrin Eismann

Modern Day Photography Workflow: Moving Between iPhones, DSLRs And More

Photoshop A

Everyone knows that the best camera is the one you have with you. This session explores when to best work with your iPhone, point & shoot or full frame mirrorless or DSLR camera equipment. The class also addresses how to quickly and easily transfer images from professional camera equipment to your iPhone for image processing and sharing and explores a variety of apps to expand your iPhone to capture and enhance your photographs. Please note: Katrin works with the Apple iPhone and Sony cameras but many of the concepts and techniques will work with other smartphones, cameras and computer platforms.

09:00 am
10:00 am
Roberto Valenzuela

Editing Wedding Photos Lab

Hands-On Labs

Sometimes it takes just the right environment to unleash the creative brainiac in all of us. Our Hands-On Labs will do just that, offering a wide variety of creative explorations that allow you to work on your own project, but with the professional guidance of our Photoshop World instructors. Don’t worry – our instructors won’t be judging over your shoulder, but rather a real-live, walking-breathing-help-me-now Easy-button ready to answer all your burning questions.

With each lab, you’ll have the opportunity to spend time with people who share the desire to create, socialize and be inspired. All you need is a fully charged laptop, a photography or illustration project relevant to your selected lab, and a can-create-inspire-me-now-attitude.

You must be a full conference pass attendee to register for a lab. Registration for each lab is free and will be filled on a first-come, first served basis.

Onsite Registration Only | Each Lab Limited to 40 Participants!

09:00 am
10:00 am
Matt Kloskowski

Lightroom Lab

Hands-On Labs

Sometimes it takes just the right environment to unleash the creative brainiac in all of us. Our Hands-On Labs will do just that, offering a wide variety of creative explorations that allow you to work on your own project, but with the professional guidance of our Photoshop World instructors. Don’t worry – our instructors won’t be judging over your shoulder, but rather a real-live, walking-breathing-help-me-now Easy-button ready to answer all your burning questions.

With each lab, you’ll have the opportunity to spend time with people who share the desire to create, socialize and be inspired. All you need is a fully charged laptop, a photography or illustration project relevant to your selected lab, and a can-create-inspire-me-now-attitude.

You must be a full conference pass attendee to register for a lab. Registration for each lab is free and will be filled on a first-come, first served basis.

Onsite Registration Only | Each Lab Limited to 40 Participants!

09:00 am
10:00 am
Terry White

Shooting for Stock: Does it Deepen Your Pocket and Rise to Fame?

Adobe Mobile Apps

Stock photography is in demand more than ever, generating millions of dollars of income for stock producers as they capitalize on the worldwide demand for digital images. For many photographers, stock is a full-time profession; for others, stock is a way of diversifying their existing business and adding a supplemental revenue stream that generates itself even as you sleep. Learn how you can incorporate stock creation into your creative workflow, build your storefront and successfully market your assets otherwise just occupying storage space!

09:00 am
10:00 am
Richard Harrington

Triple Exposure in Lightroom – Panoramics, HDR, & Time Lapse Post Processing Tips

Lightroom

Are you interested in exploring new types of photography with Lightroom? Join PhotoFocus publisher Richard Harrington as he shows you new ways to work with creative imagery in Lightroom. First we’ll explore panoramic processing with Lightroom. Whether the subject is landscape or architecture, a great panoramic photo offers a new perspective that can really capture the viewer’s attention

Then we’ll master high dynamic range images. While HDR photography has its fans and its detractors, just about every photographer loves having more control over dynamic range. Learn how to merge multiple exposures into an all-new Digital Negative (DNG) file that gives you even more precise control over shadows, highlights, clarity, and contrast—with minimal changes to your shooting and post-production workflow.

Then Rich will show you how to process time lapse sequences with Lightroom. Transform your still image sequences into stunning time-lapses with Lightroom and the incredible but easy-to-use companion app, LR Time lapse. Rich Harrington starts this course off explaining how an all-raw workflow can help you make the most of this tool-set and get you the best-looking results.

09:00 am
10:00 am
Moose Peterson

Light on the Land: Bring Your Landscape Photography to Life

Photography

The landscape has a romance that beckons photographers to it over and over again. It’s contours and texture, flats and curves, the sun and the clouds, all grab our senses and challenges us to tell its story in our images. By tapping our hearts, manipulating our cameras and finishing in the digital darkroom, we can put the viewer of our images in our shoes when we took that photo. In our hour together we’ll go over all these techniques from behind the camera and the computer putting the heartbeat in our photos that will reach out and touch the passion in our audience.

10:30 am
11:30 am
Justin Wojtczak

Snapshot Videos – Small Videos That Create Large Opportunities

Video

When a bride asked us on the spot one Saturday if we could shoot a short video as well as the normal photos, we knew we had a great opportunity. Although we didn’t have all the gear and knowledge, that wedding started something new for us. With short videos so prevalent in our culture, we have incorporated “Snapshot Videos” in almost every part of our organization. Before we knew it, we were shooting them from private jets to golf courses to football teams.

This course will dive into how to create “Snapshot Videos” on any budget, any gear, and any style shoot. Good practices, settings, and gear, are just a handful of topics we’ll go over, and hope you leave with some tools that can help open more oppurtunities to better your craft and increase revenue in your business.

10:30 am
11:30 am
Moose Peterson

Editing Landscapes Lab

Hands-On Labs

Sometimes it takes just the right environment to unleash the creative brainiac in all of us. Our Hands-On Labs will do just that, offering a wide variety of creative explorations that allow you to work on your own project, but with the professional guidance of our Photoshop World instructors. Don’t worry – our instructors won’t be judging over your shoulder, but rather a real-live, walking-breathing-help-me-now Easy-button ready to answer all your burning questions.

With each lab, you’ll have the opportunity to spend time with people who share the desire to create, socialize and be inspired. All you need is a fully charged laptop, a photography or illustration project relevant to your selected lab, and a can-create-inspire-me-now-attitude.

You must be a full conference pass attendee to register for a lab. Registration for each lab is free and will be filled on a first-come, first served basis.

Onsite Registration Only | Each Lab Limited to 40 Participants!

10:30 am
11:30 am
Scott Kelby

Retouching Lab

Hands-On Labs

Sometimes it takes just the right environment to unleash the creative brainiac in all of us. Our Hands-On Labs will do just that, offering a wide variety of creative explorations that allow you to work on your own project, but with the professional guidance of our Photoshop World instructors. Don’t worry – our instructors won’t be judging over your shoulder, but rather a real-live, walking-breathing-help-me-now Easy-button ready to answer all your burning questions.

With each lab, you’ll have the opportunity to spend time with people who share the desire to create, socialize and be inspired. All you need is a fully charged laptop, a photography or illustration project relevant to your selected lab, and a can-create-inspire-me-now-attitude.

You must be a full conference pass attendee to register for a lab. Registration for each lab is free and will be filled on a first-come, first served basis.

Onsite Registration Only | Each Lab Limited to 40 Participants!

10:30 am
11:30 am
Julieanne Kost

Telling Your Story with Adobe Slate

Adobe Mobile Apps

Discover how to easy it is to build a visually enticing photographic story. Learn how to capture elements such as brushes, shapes, colors, LUT’s, and more, using Adobe Capture. Use Lightroom Mobile to edit and enhance your photographs. Create your story in Adobe Slate by pulling together different visual elements and photos. And finally publish and share it with the world.

10:30 am
11:30 am
Lindsay Adler

Drama Queen of Lighting: Lighting for Mood and Dramatic Effect

Lighting

Join ‘queen’ and master of lighting Lindsay Adler as she shares some of her favorite techniques for creating dramatic studio effects. Whether using grids, gels, or creating a ‘film noir’ look, this live demo-class will uncover some of the tools and techniques best suited to create dramatic studio lighting!

10:30 am
11:30 am
Matt Kloskowski

Lightroom and Photoshop for Landscape Photographers

Lightroom

Landscape photography is about capturing the feeling you have when you are actually out in nature. In this class you’ll learn how to create photos that reflect the beauty and mood of the landscapes you see with your naked eye and how to bring out the best details, clouds, and color in every image.

11:30 am
02:30 pm
Canon

Canon Sensor Cleaning

Special Events

Free Canon Sensor Cleaning

Service Rules & Regulations
Must Be a Photoshop World Attendee to Take Advantage Of This Offer!

  • Canon EOS DSLR Cameras Only (all models)
  • One Camera Per Attendee
  • Camera Bodies Only (no maintenance will be performed on attached lenses or accessories)
  • Service Overview
  • Image Sensor Cleaning
  • Firmware Update (if required)
  • Basic Function Check
  • Cleaning of Camera’s Exterior

Location: Ballroom Reef E | South Convention Center | Level 2

Free Spots are Limited | Onsite Service Registration Only | First Come First Serve Basis

11:30 am
02:30 pm

Partner Pavillion

Conference Event
11:30 am
01:00 pm

Attendee Lunch Break

Conference Event
11:45 am
12:45 pm
Jake Peterson

From the Crowd to the Stage

KelbyOne Theater

Each field has its own challenges and its own rewards and this kid’s perspective of working in the fields of Wildlife, Landscape and Aviation photography, will show just how amazing it can be. Learn the basics of working with critters, to traversing the great outdoors in search of that killer landscape shot and to working the planes and people of airshows.

01:00 pm
02:00 pm
Roberto Valenzuela

Picture Perfect Lighting

Photography

Come join author and photographer Roberto Valenzuela as he explains his lighting system for portraiture that is changing the way people learn lighting around the world. This class will help you take away the fear of lighting using a logical and practical method that is simple to understand but yields powerful results.

01:00 pm
02:00 pm
Richard Harrington

Getting Started with Premiere Pro

Video

If you’re a Creative Cloud customer, you’ve got access to a suite of excellent tools. If you’re looking to add more video editing to your workflow, then you should really give Adobe Premiere Pro a shot. In this class you’ll learn how to cut through the clutter and start editing video right away. Adobe Premiere Pro offers enhanced controls over audio and picture that you won’t find in Photoshop. Plus it contains several effects and options to improve the look of your footage and repair common problems. This class will get you up and running with Premiere Pro so you can create better looking videos.

01:00 pm
02:00 pm
Dave Black

Sports Photo Lab

Hands-On Labs

Sometimes it takes just the right environment to unleash the creative brainiac in all of us. Our Hands-On Labs will do just that, offering a wide variety of creative explorations that allow you to work on your own project, but with the professional guidance of our Photoshop World instructors. Don’t worry – our instructors won’t be judging over your shoulder, but rather a real-live, walking-breathing-help-me-now Easy-button ready to answer all your burning questions.

With each lab, you’ll have the opportunity to spend time with people who share the desire to create, socialize and be inspired. All you need is a fully charged laptop, a photography or illustration project relevant to your selected lab, and a can-create-inspire-me-now-attitude.

You must be a full conference pass attendee to register for a lab. Registration for each lab is free and will be filled on a first-come, first served basis.

Onsite Registration Only | Each Lab Limited to 40 Participants!

01:00 pm
02:00 pm
Corey Barker

Illustration Lab

Hands-On Labs

Sometimes it takes just the right environment to unleash the creative brainiac in all of us. Our Hands-On Labs will do just that, offering a wide variety of creative explorations that allow you to work on your own project, but with the professional guidance of our Photoshop World instructors. Don’t worry – our instructors won’t be judging over your shoulder, but rather a real-live, walking-breathing-help-me-now Easy-button ready to answer all your burning questions.

With each lab, you’ll have the opportunity to spend time with people who share the desire to create, socialize and be inspired. All you need is a fully charged laptop, a photography or illustration project relevant to your selected lab, and a can-create-inspire-me-now-attitude.

You must be a full conference pass attendee to register for a lab. Registration for each lab is free and will be filled on a first-come, first served basis.

Onsite Registration Only | Each Lab Limited to 40 Participants!

01:00 pm
02:00 pm
Scott Valentine

End-to-end Mobile Photography

Adobe Mobile Apps

As mobile device cameras get better, you have more flexibility than ever to take your projects from start to finish entirely in the palm of your hand. This session takes you step-by-step through the process of capturing photos and editing on the fly with Lightroom Mobile and Adobe Photoshop Fix. When you’re done, you can open your images on your desktop for printing or further pushing creative boundaries through your synced Creative Cloud account.

01:00 pm
02:00 pm
Lindsay Adler

5 Fashion Lighting Setups to WOW your Portrait Clients

Lighting

World-renowned fashion photographer Lindsay Adler will share the tools and techniques of 5 of her favorite studio lighting setups. Watch in this live demo class as she shares her favorite go to setups while explaining the modifiers, placement of light, exposure and more! Whether you shoot fashion, beauty, portraits or just want to expand your lighting knowledge, this class is a great fit for you!

01:00 pm
02:00 pm
Scott Kelby

Lightroom Killer Tips

Lightroom

This is an updated version of one of my most popular classes at Photoshop World, with lots of cool new tips, workarounds, shortcuts, and things to make you faster, more effective, and just have more fun using Lightroom. You’re going to learn real, practical techniques you can put to work the very next day.

02:30 pm
03:30 pm
Scott Kelby

Guru Awards & Wrap-Up Ceremony

Special Events

Photoshop World wraps up by celebrating the work of our 2016 attendees with the prestigious Photoshop World Guru Awards ceremony. We also share a few laughs and finish up with drawings for lots of amazing prizes provided by our partners. It’s the perfect way to wrap up an amazing week!