Fixing a Brochure Disaster in Photoshop (it’s cooler than it sounds)
So my buddy Jim sends me a photo he took with his iPhone of the first Photoshop World Conference brochure ever to let me know the first one was back in 1999 and this is our 19th year of producing the Photoshop World Conference (whoo hoo!). Anyway, the photo he sent was pretty much a mess, and this was something I wanted to keep for posterity.
So, I used Photoshop (and some slick Lens tricks) to bring the brochure back to life and you see the whole process from Start to Finish, and as luck would have it, it’s a perfect segue for me to mention that the annual Photoshop World Conference is indeed less than 90-days away (in Orlando, Florida no less) and you should come. But first, the tutorial:
Thanks for sending me that crappy photo, Jim. 😂
Hey, since we’re all talking about the Photoshop World Conference and all that, check out this quick little trailer about it below:
OK, go sign up right now, while you can still snag at room right there at the Hyatt Regency Orlando (where all the stuff, instructor and yours truly are staying. Here’s the link.
Have a kick butt Monday, everybody! (stop with the eye roll. Monday’s can kick butt!).
P.S. I did a fun interview with the awesome Ross Chevalier (from the Photo/Video Guy Podcast) all about photography and Photoshop education. It’s an audio-only podcast so you can just let it run in the background while you work in Lightroom. Here’s the link if you’ve got a sec.