Fay Sirkis teaching Painter and photopainting. Despite Painter’s power and great features, it’s not as ubiquitous as Photoshopâ€”but a lot of attendees wanted to learn more about it, and Fay made it look easy and fun.
The “Art of Digital Photography” event was a unique look at the work of seven great photographers. Left to right: Jim DiVitale, Joe McNally, Moose Peterson, John Paul Caponigro, Vincent Versace, Joe Glyda, Jay Maisel.
One of the teams at Photoshop Wars. The event had three teams of two, each taking five minutes to make a poster in head-to-head competition. The results were (in my opinion) lousy, partly because of the timeframe but also because no team did anything noteworthy. The winning team had a poster consisting of two photos (one in overlay mode) and a type layer with the text off the page….
The crowd at the Photoshop Wars, the last event at Photoshop World. I heard the room had a 1,000-person capacity, and that was clearly blown away. We could have fit more in if they removed the back wall, but the convention center crew said it would take two hours to moveâ€”and the event organizers didn’t give the heads-up in time. Click the image to see a much larger (and uncropped) panorama.