My Teaching Schedule


Just a quick update on where I’ll be teaching seminars and stuff:

(1) Washington D.C. on this coming Monday (at the Washington Convention Center) for my “Photoshop for Digital Photographers Tour.” There are only about 40-something seats left at this point. I hope you snag one of them! Here’s the link.

(2) I’ll be giving the Keynote and teaching both Photoshop and Lightroom classes at Professional Imaging 2010 in the Netherlands week after next, March 7th and 8th in Utrecht (just outside Amsterdam). You can get all the details (and watch a little intro video from me) right here.

(3) I’m teaching three classes, and hosting the Keynote at the Photoshop World Conference & Expo coming up in Orlando, March 24-26, 2010. Here’s the link. I’m also teaching a lighting session in the Bogen Imaging booth on the show floor as well (details on exactly when coming soon).

(4) I’m taking my Photoshop for Photographers Tour to Chicago on April 9th, and then on to Atlanta on May 28th. Here are the details.

Hope to see you at one or more of these upcoming classes. :)

  1. Scott, I’m one of the guys on this blog always complaining that ‘guys like you’ never come to ‘a place near me’ (can you hear the sad music orchestra playing in the background?) and I’m stoked about you coming to Holland! I’ve known about this event for a little while and I will be there! THANKS IN ADVANCE!

  2. Scott,

    1) I will see you at PSW and say “HI!” Thanks for the link to show where you were at. Because of this I just signed up for the Chicago. Did not know you were coming to Chi-Town. Gino’s East Deep Dish Pizza Rules and don’t let McCaskey tell you different!

  3. Any chance you are coming to LA this year? You are the best (sucking up) and would pay extra to see you in LA (now begging). My wife tells me if it means that much to, she will open our guest room up to you with meals. Let me know.

  4. Hey Scott – This is a little off-topic, but here’s a cool link that I just found:

    It’s a pretty cool little app. Apart from the spirograph-like artwork, you could use it to see where you use your mouse the most in an application or tool. Say, for example, Photoshop. Using the results you could improve your habits and speed up your workflow by learning the keyboard shortcuts or creating automation (actions, scripts, etc.) to do some of the work for you.

    OK, maybe not you because you’re a Photoshop genius and you can control Photoshop with the power of your mind and/or a pair of bent spoons. But it could make a good teaching tool. Hey, I just related this off-topic comment to the topic of the blog post! Bam!

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