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Photoshop World East 2019 | May 30th - June 1st | The Hyatt Regency Orlando Convention Level

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Teresa Letkiewicz | 2018 Guru Contestant

Our Three-Day Event is Broken up into 7 Different Tracks Each Day

With 7 specialized tracks, over 100 classes and live shoots, regardless of your skill level we have the right training for you. Create you own custom training experience by following one specific track each day, or skipping from one track to the other. We have color-coded each track for easy identification so that you can spend more time learning and less time roaming the halls. On top of our learning tracks we have also sprinkled some special events into your day like our Live Photo Shoots, The Art of Digital Photography, a Photo Shootout and more.

The Full Schedule By Track - Day One (Thurs. May 30th)



  • Join Lindsay Adler for this session on increasing your creativity in the studio. Lindsay will encourage you to step away from what is 'easy' and explore something different. The 3 tricks up her sleeve to get that different more creative look? Working with hard light, gels, and grids.
  • Learn the common mistakes that are made when posing subjects and how to fix them to create beautiful flattering portraits.
  • Take your photography from good to great. Lindsay will show you how to do just that by playing with style, concept and impact.


  • Just as in the Movies, color is what ultimately gives pictures their finished look. It’s how we add mood, atmosphere, create a feel and ultimately make a picture recognizable as our own and have a style. Join Glyn for this one hour session as he shows you how you can dramatically change your pictures and create your own unique looks with color. Glyn will also share his own recipes, tips, and techniques.
  • Whether you crave for tack sharp images that come to life, or you missed the focus just by a hair in your most important shot, this class has got your back. Learn everything you need to know about sharpening; from the fundamental concepts to practical tactics that make your image get the most attention on social media. Explore various techniques, ranging from sharpening with one-click to applying varying levels of sharpening to create contrast. Enhance the details for the type of images you create, whether it is landscapes or portraits. Unmesh will even be revealing a secret sharpening method which will totally change the way you sharpen. To make the sharpening process even faster Unmesh will be providing significant actions.
  • Join Dave Cross as he discusses the reality of removing objects from a photo—you can’t really remove things, but you can become skilled at covering it up so that it appears that it was never there. Dave will teach you how to take full advantage of the Healing Brushes, Patch Tool, Clone Stamp and the Content-Aware tools to accomplish this goal.
  • Join Mark and take a deep dive into the foundation leading up to the topic of Color Science. From movies, to ad campaigns, storytelling, and lifestyle images, color has always been a defining factor in the quality and impact of a valuable image. In this session Mark will explain the science of color systems within Photoshop, where we can apply them, and how to control our color edits. He will also focus on how to make classically informed color decisions, and how tools and features in Photoshop will help you execute those color design choices. If you want to better understand themes, color grading, blend modes, color correction, and more—this is the session for you!


  • In this class, Photoshop Hall-Of-Famer, Bryan O’Neil Hughes will show you a fast, modern, multi-app/multi-platform workflow. Sharing with you the lesser-known tips, tricks & shortcuts. He will also highlight CC member services & benefits not often known. This course has something for everyone & offers a number of ways to get the most out of the tools you have.
  • Learn how to retouch blemishes, skin tone, eye bags, deep wrinkles, and more issues that photographers face every day.
  • We all have boxes full of photographic memories—preserving & repairing them is easier than you might think. Photoshop Hall-Of-Famer Bryan O’Neil Hughes will take you through the fastest, easiest & most powerful methods of capturing, organizing, archiving & repairing your photos.


  • Join Dave Clayton as he shares with you a mixture of his InDesign basics class and top tips class in a single one hour class.
  • Join Terry to learn how to create and setup your online portfolio both from scratch and using images from Lightroom. Terry will also cover how to keep it up-to-date and how to merge it with your Adobe Stock portfolio.
  • Selections—a foundational topic for everyone working in image editing. There are long discussions about what is the "easiest" way to make a selection. In this session we flip that narrative and say "what's the best way to make that selection?" This class is all about how the image affects our selection decisions. Diving deeper, the class will look at what the final edit needs are and how that might influence the approach to the types of selections. To sum it up, Mark will cover foundation knowledge of selections and offer guidance in making effective selections.


  • How many times have you stood in a gorgeous landscape, taken your best shot, only to be disappointed in all the ways it did not express what you were feeling when you pressed the shutter button? How do you translate that feeling of awe and wonder into a finished signature photo? Better still, how do you do it consistently? Using images and stories, Karen Hutton will lead you through a process that shows how to make the kind of choices that matter when it comes to conveying feeling, emotion and story—specifically geared toward landscape photography. It’s an epic tale that covers artistic choices as well as gear, settings and choosing your shot. Then she will take you into post-processing from the point of view of feeling, emotion and story. It’s about a way of thinking - and the “Arc of Creation”, from first gasp to final product.
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  • Review of Ramtin Kazemi's award winning photographs, composition techniques and adding depth in post processing. In this session Ramtin Kazemi will go over his favorite shots from his portfolio and highlighting the elements in them that make strong composition. Also, he will show a few techniques of adding depth in post processing.

The Full Schedule By Track - Day Two (Fri. May 31st)



  • This step-by-step instructional presentation and live demonstration 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 technique is applicable for every photographic genre. Lightpainting small still-life subjects, to portraits, and even large-scale landscapes plus all the gear that I use will be covered during this class.
  • Join International Award Winning Family photographer Tracy Sweeney as she simplifies the posing process in family photography through an unposing approach. Learn how to execute a shoot so that families feel comfortable and at ease to create natural, authentic, and emotive portraits. Understand when to function as director, guide and observer intentionally and which lens to choose to inhabit each role to achieve unique visual perspectives and emotion-filled stories.
  • Join Dave Black for an interactive presentation with Q&A and learn game day strategies and the gear used for capturing a variety of sports and action imagery for editorial & commercial clients, senior portraits, youth teams, high school, college, and pro teams. Attendees will learn how to: photograph sports the way professionals do, determine camera settings and white balance for high school and college night games and indoor gymnasiums, game coverage strategies for football, baseball, basketball, ice hockey, soccer, and more. They will also learn how to use a remote camera, and gain tips on how to get photo credentials for high school, NCAA, and professional sports.
  • As a former model turned photographer, Hurley knows what it’s like to be in front of and behind the lens. Drawing from his past experience as a model, he’s carefully honed his craft of photographing headshots. In this session, Peter will highlight his 10 favorite tips to ensure success during a headshot session and share his insight into direction during a portrait shoot in order to pull the most out of your subject.
  • Join Kaylee Greer, professional pet photographer, on a journey into inspiration and uncover the tips for success from the most unlikely artist of all - a professional dog photographer!
  • This session will look at the subject from the very moment when you get a request in for a potential shoot. This is a one hour open strategy guide to help you get your quote right, ask the right questions, know what those questions are, and understand what’s needed so that you can improve your chances of both success for gaining the commission but also setting the right expectation and mindset with your client for future business together. This session is one that Tim has specifically put together to look at how to gather the right mindset and approach to this. Putting together a successful quote can seem at first like trying to climb a mountain when your not even sure where the mountain is. Join Tim to learn how to master the art of the creating a quote.


  • This session is all about Tools and Techniques for adding and adjusting color in your photographs. In this session Ramtin Kazemi will change and add color in Photoshop using different tools and he’ll talk about color harmony and why we have to do this in landscape photography.
  • Some of us may already be familiar with using masks and in their nature we tend to always apply white or black in proportion to that mask to reveal or hide the effect that we are using on that layer. This class looks at the uses that can be gained from using alpha masks in the editing process, just what an alpha mask is, how to create one, and what it can be used for. Tim will look at how to create them easily, and how to create a suite of ‘retouching actions’ based on alpha masks to make very small but more accurate adjustments to images in Photoshop. Alpha masks rock. They give us a very controlled way to target specific elements within an image and control those in a much more delicate and accurate way.
  • 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 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 pops off the page.
  • Join Victoria and master Photoshop workspace organization, Toolbar organization, Brush organization, as well as oil painting and watercolor painting using Photoshop brushes.
  • Taking full advantage of Smart Objects means (among other things) an almost unending ability to change your mind, experiment and repurpose your work. Throw in Smart Filters and Layer Comps, and you’ll understand why Smart Objects should become a huge part of your Photoshop workflow.
  • You’ve photographed something you love, a moment that filled you with awe, you told the story with emotion and feeling. Now what? How do you translate that into your post-processing to complete the vision? This class shows how to add a certain “secret sauce” to post processing via Photoshop techniques and plugins, in a way that is lead by the feeling you want to convey. Or another way of saying it: Technique in service of feeling. How to use creative processing in a way that translates emotion into visuals; that builds upon the bones of good composition and creates a signature piece, full of your voice and point of view. It’s a multi-faceted approach; as layered as we are, as we live our lives as if it were an art. It’s an approach that usually opens up new ways of seeing - which elevates you each time you apply it.


  • Learn how to leverage the cloud-based nature of Lightroom CC to share your photos in a way that will give anyone with the link the ability to view, comment, and like them from their web browser! It is called Lightroom CC on the Web, and it integrates with both Lightroom CC and synced Lightroom Classic catalogs, so it doesn’t matter which version of Lightroom you are using. Every comment and "like" entered by clients, family, or friends is automatically synced with Lightroom CC and your Classic catalog for you to act on and respond. But that’s not all, Lightroom CC on the Web is packed with a growing list of features that give you the ability to view, upload, download, share, search, organize, and (non-destructively) edit your photos from any web browser, all while keeping it synced across all of your devices. Join Rob in this session where you will learn how to easily incorporate all of this into your Lightroom workflow.
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  • Fall in love with Lightroom Classic by utilizing the print functions. Scott will show you the features, settings, and how to create killer layouts to help you stand out from the crowd.
  • Lightroom Classic CC is great at managing your images. What happens though when you outgrow your current hard drive? How do you deal with the images you took with your smartphone? In this class you’ll learn how to avoid disasters, keep your images safe, and keep your images organized so that you always know where they are.
  • Leverage the power of the Lightroom CC editing experience in a more intuitive and cloud-based workflow and learn how to access your growing photo library across all your devices, so you can keep creating no matter where you are. In this class we’ll dive deeper into the desktop and mobile-based Lightroom CC workflow to learn how to import new photos, keep your library organized, make your photos look fantastic, output to social media, utilize Adobe Sensei powered searches, and keep it all in sync with every device you own. Join Rob and learn if Lightroom CC is right for you and your workflow.
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  • This class is packed with insider tips and filming secrets so you can finally use video for yourself or for your clients, without having to take days or weeks of cinematography classes to learn about shot angles and scene structure that you'll never, ever use. There's a kind of video that nobody ever talks about, and that needs to change. It's simple video, captured by still photographers, that they add to their client services list to make a lot more money. In this class you’ll learn how to take advantage of that. You will also learn how to promote your business and land more clients by capturing yourself on camera. It's video that's easy to capture and looks truly professional. No movie-making or independent film creation here. No camera sliders or gibs. No special effects. Just simple recording using a locked-down camera, mounted on a tripod.
  • Join Kaylee Greer, professional dog photographer and Pupparazzi star, as she teaches you how to avoid common mistakes and learn the best sneaky, effective tricks to leverage the power of social media to grow your business and bring your images to the eyes of viewers across the world.
  • Become a better photographer through editing and sequencing your image properly! Join Stella Kramer, a Pulitzer Prize-winning photo editor, as she teaches you how good editing and sequencing can help to do a better job of telling a story with your work. You’ll learn the basics of editing and sequencing, the importance of knowing your objective, how to deal with critique, why you should stand behind your work, and the value in letting go.
  • How do you stand out and get noticed? How do you develop your own unique and identifiable style? The answer is Personal Projects! What to do? Where to start? What lighting style should I use? Glyn will cover all this and more plus 'The Same isn't the Same' Success Principle!
  • In this class you’ll learn how to turn those thousands of images just sitting on your hard drive into a potential revenue stream. Get tips on what sells and what doesn’t. Mat will walk you through the entire whole process step-by-step.
  • Success means different things to different people, but it's a question we should all be asking ourselves. Through examples of several photographers of different genres we will examine what measures they took to reach their goals. By showing how these photographers used social media, exhibitions, competitions, print sales, portfolio reviews, etc. I will show different avenues photographers can take to get exposure. We will look at how some photographers have used online print selling sites, Instagram, specific reviews and competitions to put their work before wider audiences.
  • In this session we'll look at how to tackle projects with production advocacy in mind. This means setting up your projects so that you can mitigate risks when clients change their mind on your edit decision. In this session Mark will also discuss how to process images in bulk without sacrificing quality. This course is ideal for anyone that wants to learn how to improve performance and efficiency by working with batches of image.

The Full Schedule By Track - Day Three (Sat. June 1st)



  • You see the world in your own special way—and you have an artistic voice which is singularly yours. Honing it to speak clearly takes focus, specificity and single-mindedness; it’s a discipline, just like any other. In this class on composition, through a series of examples, Karen Hutton takes people through a creative process which they can put into practice immediately to tell stories of wherever they are, no matter how mundane or boring they might think it is. Attendees will learn how storytelling, love, awe, choices, specificity, focus—and gear—all play a vital role in helping you become your own creative force.
  • Join Child and Family Photographer, Tracy Sweeney, owner of Elan Studio and author of Kids Photos to Brighten Your Day, in this post-processing class focused on enhancing natural light images to create art that shines. Tracy will demonstrate her simple techniques to add light magic in Photoshop with overlays, blending modes, gradients and more.
  • Join Kaylee Greer, a private and commercial pet photographer based in Boston, as you go in-depth into the world of dog photography and learn eye-opening tips and tricks for capturing the joy and whimsy of man's best friend.


  • Join Victoria as she shows you how to create fantasy art from scratch using your own images.
  • Getting the perfect mask will always be painful unless you know the right tricks! Packed with powerful techniques, this class will focus on ways to make the masking process blazing fast and easy. Master the techniques to make it simple, perfect, and efficient; whether that means changing the backgrounds, replacing the skies, or retouching your portraits, after all, it all starts with a great mask. If you are having trouble selecting complex objects like hair or transparent tumblers, we've got a trick or two for you. Right from "What is a Mask?" to creating some of the coolest special effects, by the end, I guarantee that masking will never be the same.
  • Whether you're a Beginner or Seasoned Professional, without a doubt the most powerful technique you'll ever learn in Photoshop is Frequency Separation. Join Glyn for this Photoshop Master Class as he shows you how to understand and utilize this powerful technique in all your retouching to give you way better, easier and more realistic results!


  • Scott’s Seven Point System book revolutionized how photographers edit their images, and in this new course you’re going to learn his latest updates and refinements to the system (including his own post processing “secret sauce”) for Lightroom (or Camera Raw) users. Once you learn these Seven Points, you’ll know exactly what to do, in what order, and why for every JPEG, Raw, and TIFF photo you edit. It will transform the way you edit your photos from this moment on.
  • In this session Ramtin Kazemi teaches you how to push the boundaries in Lightroom to take your Landscape photographs to the next level. He will use one image and take it from flat RAW to a finished colorful image, using as many tools as needed, all in Lightroom.
  • Have you ever been so daunted by the amount of retouching on your ‘to-do’ list and thought to yourself “how am I ever going to get it all finished?”. Perfectly Clear is the answer to your prayers. Join retoucher, Kristina Sherk as she shows you how to annihilate your portrait retouching backlog using this incredibly powerful software. Learn how to batch process multiple portraits of different people in a few easy steps.


  • Join Mark Heaps and learn about composition, color, contrast, grids, and more. Mark will walk you through some of his techniques on how to decide what will boost the signal of what your image is trying to say. This will be a session of case studies from Mark's personal projects and editing practices for his clients like Dell, Adobe, Capital One, Google, and Apple. Mark regularly partners with Marketing Directors, Creative Directors, and C-level executives to design images that speak to a function of their need.
  • In this class Tim Wallace will deconstruct a completed composite image working back to its origins revealing all of the paths along the way. Tim will show you the step-by-step elements and techniques that he used in the final composite. In doing so you will learn such things as how you can color match your subject to your background image accurately and the ‘mindset’ and approach to making a composite. It’s very important that when you start to look at making a composite that you learn to plan out what you want to do before you even start shooting any frames. By doing this properly you can plan out exactly what you need to shoot, how you need to shoot it, and where it will fit into the final piece of work so that your perspective and distance of your elements allows them to blend together in the best possible way. In this class, Tim will talk you through how to plan ahead and how he manages those factors.
  • Learn and be inspired with Dave as he shares and demonstrates how to create several cool Photoshop design projects.
  • Join Dave as he teaches how to find inspiration from the Graphic Design around us.


  • This session will start with a model shoot where you will learn how to set-up and create a Dramatic Portrait. Afterwards Robert will substitute out the model with a volunteer from the audience to create a Dramatic Portrait of an everyday individual. You will learn what makes a dramatic portrait, how to quickly set up lights and achieve proper exposure, as well as tips on how to communicate with the subject to get the emotions needed for the dramatic look. Robert will also touch base on: The Crown, a one-light setup using a strip box with a grid and a reflector and Negative Fill, a one light setup using a medium beauty dish and a black reflector for negative fill.
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  • As we all know, it’s very easy for one to pick up a camera for the first time and fall in love with photography. We’ve all felt that shabang'in feeling and if you are reading this then you most likely thoroughly enjoy photographing anyone that steps foot in front of your lens. At first it’s a hobby and then one day the thought hits you, “Hey, I think I can charge for this!” It could be a kid’s session or a family portrait that gets the ball rolling for you. However, in order to turn this killer hobby that we all love into a business, we need to figure out how to milk that camera for everything it’s worth. Peter Hurley built his career from scratch and shot everything that came down the pike before setting his sights on headshot photography. He firmly believes that if you are going to play the portrait photographer game, then without a doubt headshots should be on your list of available services. Headshot photography is a growing field that requires a unique skill set comprised of the combination of technical know how coupled with your ability to direct your subject. In this class Peter Hurley will run through the process that he has used to become the leader in this industry. He’ll go through how to get started with building your kit as well as directing your subject and creating a consistent look that gets you booked. If you like photographing people and would consider adding headshots to your list of services then this class is definitely for you.

Special Events - Day One thru Day Three

Day One (Thurs. May 30th)

Day One (Thurs. May 30th)

  • We kick off the conference with a fun, high-energy opening keynote from Scott Kelby and Adobe! And when Adobe takes the stage you know you’ll probably see a sneak peek of some really cool new technology or new products and the excitement sets the tone for the entire conference. You don’t want to miss it (because everybody will be talking about it)!
  • Topics to be discussed: New 2019 Copyright Registration rules, DMCA Safe Harbor, Embedding and In-Line Linking, Fair Use, Social Media and Copyright, The Media and the Law, Removal of Copyright Management Information under Section 1202, Current events: Recent copyright case rulings, Q&A - Feel free to bring your found claims for discussion
  • See how easy it is to improve your photos by retouching them in Lightroom and Photoshop. From simple skin retouching to dramatic enhancements, Kristina will show you the power tips.
  • By using a tool like Plotagraph, it only takes 5 minutes or less to add motion to your photography! And, the best part for photographers is you don’t have to learn videography. Join Erik Kuna as he goes into what motion art is, and how it can be applied to your photos in just a few minutes.
  • Learn how to supplement your income by contributing to Adobe Stock. Mat will share the tips, tricks and pitfalls to avoid when contributing to Adobe Stock, and insight into how he incorporates shooting Stock photography into his life.
  • 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 $49 | Limited availability | Must register in advance! Already registered? Find out what you need to bring.
  • Learn ways to create multiple image composites in Photoshop. See how selections, layers, masks, smart objects, and blend modes help create amazing composites.
  • Things Every Photographer Should Know. As the official camera reviewer at B&H for years and the author of dozens of camera classes on KelbyOne, Larry loves camera gear and all the bells and whistles of the various models. In this class, Larry will share insights about leveraging hidden and little-known camera features from all the major manufacturers and tell you how to get the most from your gear investment. It’s the first step to curing SOSS (Same Old Setting Syndrome) and getting even more value out of your camera.
  • Imagine having all of your creative assets, at your fingertips from any computer or mobile device. Join Mark as he shows you how Creative Cloud Libraries can simplify your processes. Discover how to create new libraries, add assets, and reuse them across multiple applications.
  • Dave will share his proven tips for making annoying photo distractions disappear. See how the content-aware tools in Photoshop perform magic.
  • Did you know that you can capture raw DNG files with your phone? That you can edit those files & any of your camera-sourced raw or JPEGs anywhere—without compromise. From 12MP phone files to 50MP medium format images, Photoshop Hall of Famer Bryan O’Neil Hughes will show you that real, professional work can be done anywhere. Bryan will also highlight a number of exciting tips, tricks, apps, services & more to accelerate your creativity & productivity.
  • This class can help any photographer create better environmental portraits. You'll learn the secrets of how to talk to your subject and engage them. Plus get practical advice on shooting environmental portraits under tough lighting. Learn post production secrets with Luminar Flex and Aurora to maximize your lighting in post.
  • If you came to Photoshop World alone, you won’t be that way for long. We’ve planned dinners at four yummy casual restaurants nearby—Stop by the attendee information booth, 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.
  • Join Scott Kelby and BIG ELECTRIC CAT for the most talked about after-hours event of the conference and no better way to let loose and unwind after a packed day of learning. Mingle with the Photoshop World instructors and your fellow attendees while making some memories - 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 buffet dinner, two beverage tickets good for premium brand cocktails, wine & beer, plus a live performance by Scott Kelby and Big Electric Cat, followed by an Instructor Jam Session at the Hyatt Regency Orlando — You won't want to be left out of the fun. Plus attendees are welcome to bring a guest for an additional ticket purchase. Tickets sold separately. Price $59 | Limited availability | Must be at least 21 years of age to attend
Day Two (Fri. May 31st)

Day Two (Fri. May 31st)

  • We all have great cameras with us wherever we go, but how many of us use their full potential? Join Bryan as he shares techniques for improving your smart phone photos.
  • In this class you’ll learn how to turn those thousands of images just sitting on your hard drive into a potential revenue stream. Get tips on what sells and what doesn’t. Mat will walk you through the entire whole process step-by-step.
  • 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. Must be a registered full conference attendee to register for this event | Limited to 80 participants | Register Now
  • Experience the benefits of being able to work with your photos anywhere, on any device, at any time. Bryan will show techniques, shortcuts, and editing tips for Lightroom CC.
  • Learn how to make stronger portraits using posing, lighting techniques, and Lightroom post-processing.
  • How to set up a “Set it and Forget it” Backup for Photographers Target Audience: All levels
. Robert Vanelli will teach you the 321 backup concepts and show how to set it up. *321 Backup concept *File structure for photographers *Building a good, better, best scenario hardware.
  • Lightroom is full of features that can help make your landscape photos better. Join Terry to learn his favorite tricks for making landscape masterpieces that shine!
  • Join Victoria as she demonstrates how to transform an ordinary photo into extraordinary art with Photoshop. Anything—from landscapes to people, to pets—can become a watercolor, oil, pastel, or even a sketch. All by using Photoshop.
  • In this class, learn twenty handpicked 1-2 minute tricks that will make a world of difference in the way you edit. Discover the hidden gems in Photoshop, with extremely useful techniques for your daily workflow. From One-Click Wonders to Automatic Processing, learn the craziest tricks whether you’re into designing, compositing, or retouching. Learn to use Photoshop in ways in which it is not designed to be used but that will make the process faster, easier, and more fun. Whether it is relighting with one click or password protecting your images, let’s explore.
  • Learn how to supplement your income by contributing to Adobe Stock. Mat will share the tips, tricks and pitfalls to avoid when contributing to Adobe Stock, and insight into how he incorporates shooting Stock photography into his life.
  • All conference attendees are invited to join some of the world’s most celebrated masters, and the true living legends of photography as they bring their amazing talents together for a night of pure magic. It’s where some of the world’s leading photographers come together, on one stage, for an evening you’ll be talking about for years. Be right there as these gifted artists put all aside, to focus solely on the creativity, inspiration, and art behind their brilliant photography. This is without a doubt one of the most inspirational, moving and most talked about sessions in Photoshop World history, and if you’ve never had a chance to witness the passion, the emotion, the tears and the laughter that truly amazing photographers can bring through their work, then you’ve got to be there as it unfolds in this special, inspirational session.
  • 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 special guests. Tickets are given out show site the morning of the event, on a first come, first served basis.
Day Three (Sat. June 1st)

Day Three (Sat. June 1st)

  • Photoshop World wraps up by celebrating the work of our 2019 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!

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