Photoshop World East: A KelbyOne Conference
Not Your Standard 9-5 Conference
We promised you fun and we will deliver! After a full day of classes, come network and let loose with the instructors and other conference attendees at the Meet Up. Take part in Dinner with a Stranger, Midnight Madness, and the After—Hours party. Get inspired during the Art of Digital Photography with instructor panel. Visit the Partner Pavilion to practice your skills in our Live Photo Shoots. Get your body and mind moving with Scott Kelby at the Photo Shootout, and so much more. Check out a list of all of the events.
What You'll Learn at Photoshop World
We’ve simplified learning by creating easy to follow color-coded tracks in the following topics:
Our Photography track has classes designed to increase attendees ability to capture the perfect shot.
We offer Photoshop courses on a variety of different topics each day. Regardless of what your trying to accomplish there is sure to be something for you.
If you’re interested in Lightroom this is the conference for you! We have more than enough that you could take nothing but Lightroom classes.
The design enthusiast is sure to find something to choose from, whether you’re a beginner or advanced designer or photographer.
Take your landscape and travel photography to the next level with a track focused solely on getting the perfect image in those two genres.
Designed for those who want to learn more about marketing their business better through social, easy video creation, portfolio help and more.
The track created to help you perfect your portraits and learn step-by-step how to set-up and utilize different types of light to get amazing shots.
Learn From the Best in the Industry
Our instructors take the stage to share the latest techniques, tips and time-saving tricks. Best of all, we’ve made sure to include time for you to interact with them after each class and at events.
Photoshop, Photography, & Lightroom Author
NY Based Fashion & Beauty Photographer
Camera Technique & Technology Guru
Sports Photographer & Light Painting Specialist
UK-Based Graphic Design & Creative Specialist
Photoshop. InDesign, and Illustrator Guru
Photographer & Photoshop Compositing Master
Commercial Retoucher & Photoshop Educator
Private & Commercial Pet Photographer
Event, Lifestyle & Portrait Photographer
Design & Communications Specialist
Bryan O'Neil Hughes
Head of Outreach & Collaboration for Adobe
Premier Headshot Photographer in NY City
International Landscape & Travel Photographer
Award-Winning Landscape Photographer
Photo Editor & Creative Strategist
Space Flight Photographer
Photoshop Painter & Artist
High-End Photoshop Retoucher & Educator
Award Winning Newborn & Family Photographer
Photographer, Educator & Writer
Working Photographer, Educator, & Author
Award Winning Automotive Photographer
Adobe’s Photography & Photoshop Evangelist
Too Much Fun For Just 3 Days
Get a head start on learning by coming a day early and registering for our optional pre—conference workshops. Whether you want to dive deeper into learning software or go on—location for a shoot, our workshops allow for in—depth training in a more intimate setting with your favorite instructors.
Three-Day Full Conference Ticket
Register Early & Pay Only $699
Register by April 28, 2019 and receive $100 off of our already amazing price of just $799. If you are a KelbyOne member, Photoshop World Alumni, Student, or Educator you could be eligible for even better pricing.
Pay Only $349
If your schedule doesn’t allow you to come for all three days this is the pass for you. This pass allows you to attend any one day of your choosing.
Conference Pro Pass
Pay Only $119
Get the VIP Experience by Adding the Pro Pass. Receive priority seating, an After—Hours Party ticket ($59), a hat & t—shirt, a laptop messenger bag, a $25 off coupon to the Peachpit/KelbyOne Bookstore, and a special pro—pass badge holder — a value of $250.
After Hours Party Ticket
Pay Only $59
Mingle with the instructors and fellow attendees while making memories. Your ticket includes buffet dinner, two beverage tickets (for call brands, wine & beer) and a live performance—You won’t want to be left out. Must be at least 21 years of age to attend the event.
Portfolio Review Ticket
Pay Only $49
The Photoshop World Porfolio Reviews are an invaluable opportunity to have your work reviewed by a world renown lineup of industry professionals. Each in depth review offers you candid appraisals, valuable business insights, and gives you real world advice.
Start at $99
Come the day before the conference kicks off for our optional in-depth pre-conference workshops. These intensive workshops provide a deep dive into the topics you want to learn most with small class sizes, live shoots, and hands-on training. Pre-purchase is advised.
An Exciting Location
Not only is Photoshop World one of the most exciting and engaging creative conferences in the world but this year it will be held in one of the most traveled to cities on the U.S east coast — Orlando, FL! We will be within walking distance to dozens of beautiful shops, exciting eateries and nightclubs. And, best of all this year the conference will be located right inside our host hotel, The Hyatt Regency Orlando! Learn more about our host hotel.
The Partner Pavilion
The Partner Pavilion is the place where you connect with exhibiting partners that comprise the leaders in the Photoshop, Lightroom and Photography community. At the Partner Pavilion you'll be able to visit:
Get inspired in between classes with these extra class sessions, taught by some of your favorite Photoshop World & KelbyOne & Adobe Instructors.
Visit the Book Store to buy the latest Photoshop books at a discount, and if your timing is right have them signed by the author!
KelbyOne Expert Bars
Get answers to your most intense Photoshop, Lightroom and Photography questions, direct from Photoshop World Instructors and Industry Professionals.
What Our Attendees Are Saying About the Conference
Photoshop World Attendees from around the world sent us their personal reviews of the event.
Fernando SantosPhotoshop World Attendee
"My first Photoshop World was so good that at the end of the conference I knew I had to return each and every year. And that’s what I’ve been doing. I wish I had decided to attend years ago. I have friends across the world now. I’m kind of shy. But for some reason, at Photoshop World, the environment is so friendly that it just seems ok to introduce yourself, to simply approach an instructor and say how much you learned from him/her, or even to ask a quick tip. Traveling from Portugal to the USA just to attend Photoshop World is a bit expensive, but it is clearly worth it."
Dave DeBaeremaekerPhotoshop World Attendee
"As a toy photographer, which is a very niche segment of photographer, I had no expectations that any of the lessons would apply directly to my work. I learned that no matter what genre of photography one engages in, having a breadth of knowledge about other areas of photography can only serve to improve one’s own work. All of the sessions I sat in on turned out to be immensely valuable, and I still use those lessons today, even though the word "toy" wasn't mentioned once during the entire conference."
Dave WilliamsPhotoshop World Attendee
"Photoshop World is much, much more than a conference! You should never underestimate the power of networking provided by Photoshop World, as well as the learning, inspiration, motivation, and everything else on offer! You never know who you might be talking to and everyone there is your friend. Photoshop World is the best place in the industry to make and maintain connections, bar none. It’s because of the people at KelbyOne and Photoshop World that I have gotten where I am today."
Mark RodgriguezPhotoshop World Attendee
"I attended my first Photoshop World in 2013 and knew right away I was in the right place. As I walked around the convention center there were the photographers I looked up to, right there in the flesh fully accessible to talk to and mingle with. Once inside the sessions it got even better as the knowledge flowed to the point that my brain hurt with attaining so much info at once–and that was not a bad thing. When the convention was over and I was able to digest all of that info and immediately started to apply it to my art."