Catch Thursday’s Live Webcast of the Celebration of Photoshop’s 20th Anniversary


I’ve got a few more details for you about the Live Webcast of the big party/presentation/Photoshop love-fest happening this Thursday night (the 18th) in San Francisco celebrating the 20th Anniversary of Photoshop (if you hadn’t heard about it, here’s the link).

Anyway, here’s what I know so far:

(1) You sign up here (it’s free):

(2) The Live Webcast starts at 7:30 pm Pacific Time (10:30 EST).

(3) There are some VERY special guests making an appearance that night.

(4) Matt, Dave Cross, Corey, RC, and I will all be on stage showing cool Photoshop stuff, as well as Adobe’s Julieanne Kost, Terry White, Russell Brown, and Adobe VP John Loiacono.

(5) That’s all I know. At least now anyway. Tomorrow, I may know more but hey, ya never know.

That’s it gang. I hope you can join us, because it’s shaping up to be an incredible night of fun/learning and Photoshop stuff galore!

  1. Sounds brilliant. Remember, though, you’re writing to the world. I’m trying to work out what 10.30 EST would be here in the UK. Early hours of Friday morning? Might have to watch a recording later. Is that possible?

  2. For those of us that will be working and can’t TIVO our laptops (hey Apple, there’s a feature to think about!), I hope that this will be made available for viewing at a later date.

  3. Hey gang-

    It WILL be rebroadcast. We’ll be capturing it as it happens. We will make it available for rebroadcast on that same web page. The only question I have is when the recording will get posted. Rest assured, we’ll get it posted as soon as possible.

    -Larry Becker

  4. Also, we will be running a liveblog next to the streaming video for your comments and “behind the scenes” news. We will also be tracking the event on Twitter using the hashtag #PS20.

    I can’t promise to post every Tweet or comment but feel free to give us a “shout” or your take on the event as it happens.

    I hope to have the liveblog up and running before the event starts too. Think of it as your “Red Carpet pre-show.” ;D

  5. I think this 20th Anniversary “Photoshop Lovefest” would be the perfect opportunity to release Photoshop CS5. It will show how far the product has come in 20 years and the fact that after 20 years of improvements, Adobe is still improving it. Congratulations to all involved. A product that has truly changed the photographic and the graphic world. Thanks Scott & Company for leading the charge for Photoshop education so “the res of us” learned (and continue to learn) how to use the program and to truly become “Digital Photographers.”

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