The Adobe Digital Imaging team will be in New York City for the Photo Plus Expo and asked me to invite our readership to join them for one of two exclusive photo walks while they're in town. Space is limited but the Adobe team has agreed to reserve the first 30 spots for members of the Phototuts community.
Product managers and evangelists – Julieanne Kost, Tom Hogarty, Bryan O'Neil Hughes, John Nack and Chris Quek will be there to answer your questions about Photoshop, Lightroom and Adobe's new mobile offerings – Adobe Carousel and Photoshop Touch. Attendees will also have the opportunity to:
EAT: Arrive early to pick up rental equipment and enjoy free coffee and pastries
SHOOT: The team will lead the group through the new section of Highline Park, including some shooting with mobile phones.
LEARN: Some of the first NYC demos of Adobe Carousel & Photoshop Touch
This day will be a great chance to explore digital photography, learn something new and go behind-the-scenes with Adobe. Don't miss the opportunity to speak with the product managers, Psdtuts Editor Grant Friedman (who will also be in attendance), provide feedback and potentially win products and prizes!
WHO: Welcoming all beginners, amateur or serious professional photographers
WHEN: Friday, October 28 from 10:00 a.m. (Sharp) – 12:00 p.m. ET (Rain or shine)
WHERE: Meet at FOTO CARE RENTALS to start the walk at:
41 West 22nd Street
(Between 5th and 6th Avenues)
New York, NY 10010
What to Bring
- Camera (any kind welcome), even mobile phones!
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Your questions and creativity
COST: FREE! Breakfast and demo/discussion included.
SPECIAL OFFER: Fotocare is offering a special 25% discount on gear rental to anyone attending the Adobe Photowalk! Reservations for equipment must be made in advance of the walk.
Space is limited, so reserve your spot now! The first 30 slots are being held for Psdtuts community, so make sure you get on the list. Looking forward to meeting all of you and having fun with photography!
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