There are always opportunities for attendees to participate in some live shoots on the Expo floor at Photoshop World, and over the years we've had booths where you could walk up and shoot perfectly pre-lit motorcycles, and professional models, and a wide range of products and people, and these are usually hosted by lighting companies. But this year, Microsoft Digital Imaging (one of Photoshop World's sponsors) had a shooting opportunity this time, that I think was, hands down, the coolest one at any Photoshop World yet. In fact, it was so cool to see (and shoot) in person, that it created a huge buzz on the floor, and they were drawing big crowds the entire time. They brought in Melissa, a professional ballerina/model, and had her leaping high into the air in front of a gray seamless paper background (the height was courtesy of…
I'm back home, my Bucs lost in the last 44 seconds of the game, but nevertheless, I'm still buzzing from the amazing experience we had last week at Photoshop World in Vegas! (Click on the photo above for a larger view of some images from the show, taken by official Photoshop World photographers Josh Bradley and Brad Moore). Over 3,000 Photoshop users from around the world came together for three days of learning and fun, and it was really something special to have been a part of it. I got to meet so many great people, including some regulars here on the blog, like Syl Arena, (pictured below left), the guy behind the PixSylated blog and a frequent commenter here on the blog, pictured with Mike Lao (below right), a longtime frequent commenter here on the blog, and leader of our Photowalk in Manila,…
Photoshop Hall of Famer John Paul Caponigro has started a "Co-Blogging" wave of coverage for Photoshop World, and you can find the latest info, and links to all the co-bloggers right on his blog. Plus, JP shares some of the details about the "next" version of Photoshop that were revealed during yesterday's opening keynote. You can find all of that right here. Â
I had hoped to get a post up during the day yesterday, but things were crazy (in a good way). Here’s some shots from the opening keynote (photos by Brad Moore).
Adobe Senior Vice President of Creative Business Services, John Loiacono, during his keynote presentation.
“Johnny L” gave the audience on hand a sneak peek at some very cool new technology coming soon!