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  • Posts By Brad Moore

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    Hey everyone, Brad Moore here with another update from Photoshop World Orlando! Yesterday was the opening of the Photoshop World Expo and our After Hours Party at BB Kings with Big Electric Cat, and we had a blast! Here are some shots from the afternoon and evening: The Expo is open to the public today and tomorrow, free of charge! Get your expo pass right here and come check it out. Check back again later today for more shots from Orlando! Photos by Anthony Newman and Brad Moore

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