My apologies for the lack of articles once again this week, but after a three day photo shoot outside Los Angeles this past weekend I immediately took a flight to Las Vegas for Photoshop World.
This has been my first Photoshop World, but there’s been so much great content that I wonder why it took me so long to haul my butt down to one of these shows.
I don’t have much time before I need to get some rest before the next day of events, so here’s a quick inline slideshow of some of my personal highlights from the show…
Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino
iPhone Panorama Snapshot from inside the convention hall
Welcome to Photoshop World
Rain for part the first evening made me not feel so bad about being indoors
Frank Doorhoof was doing things with speedlites that would impress Joe McNally at the Rogue Booth
Night Views from Local Clubs in Vegas are so spectacular they are worth the flight out here alone!
Eddie Tapp was on hand at the Canon booth
Russell Brown was showing off some Photoshop basic tricks
Joe McNally was as great as ever during his sessions at the show
Matt Kloskowski had a big crowd on hand to hear him speak
Bill Fortney was a pleasure to listen to
Westcott was providing some exciting subjects to show off new LED lighting solutions
Getting a shot in the crowd was less than easy
Westcott Spiderlights were also on hand with models throughout the show
And once again, good luck trying to get in and get a shot!
A visit to Vegas isn’t complete without a shot of the Fountains at Bellagio
This was an unedited shot taken with my iPhone 5
An overexposed shot taken with my DSLR while looking through my dirty room window
as I prepare this article in a hurry before catching a few hours sleep
Quote of the day
Jay Maisel was offering lots of great lessons during his exhaustive slideshow on Thursday night, but this had to be my favorite:
Move your ass - better shots might be in just a slightly different spot from where you are standing.
If you missed Photoshop World Las Vegas this year, you really missed out. In addition to the great presentations, excellent handout materials and special offers exclusive to the show, Adobe gave away a FREE year subscription to the FULL Creative Cloud (that’s all Adobe products) and Google gave away a FREE copy of the Nik Collection. As a photographer, with deals like that it was a no brainer investment!
- Kelby Training - best video training on the web (Discount)
- National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP Discount)
- Photoshop Elements User - (Discount) Tutorials and more
I was provided a free ticket to the show by the Kelby Media Group. I do not get a commission if you attended this or any past shows. This article does contain links which might result in a commission for me if you make a purchase.