The Adobe keynote address kicks off the event, presented by the talented people behind Photoshop, Lightroom and the Creative Cloud apps, who share details on new technologies, products and updates.
Then it’s three days of hands-on labs, in-depth workshops and portfolio reviews and more with some of the world’s top photographers, including Dave Black, Jay Maisel, Joe McNally, Rick Sammon and Stacy Pearsall. More than 30 instructor-photographers will share their tips and techniques for successful creative photography on a wide range of topics. Additionally, there will be special and after-hours events, too.
And, in case you miss something, the digital Photoshop World workbook is provided to attendees (there’s a printed version, too), which features detailed notes, screen captures and graphics supplied by the individual instructors from nearly every session.
Among the Photoshop World exhibiting partners this year are Adobe, Bay Photo Lab, Miller’s Professional Imaging, OWC, Tamron and Topaz Labs. There also will be training sessions with sponsoring and exhibiting partners (see the full list on the website). The annual conference is presented by KelbyOne, the online educational community for creatives.
Registration is open now, with early-bird pricing before March 17, 2017, with full pricing after that date. A three-day full conference pass is $699 ($799) and a one-day pass is $299 ($349). There’s special pricing for alumni and KelbyOne members.
Get all the details at Photoshop World.