Andrew Scrivani: Photoshop Is the Photographer’s Version of An Artist Palette

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If there’s one thing all photographers have in common in the digital era, it’s a working relationship with Photoshop. Even for Andrew Scrivani, a veteran photographer whose work is often constrained by the rules and regulations of photojournalism — rules he takes extremely seriously — Photoshop is an irreplaceable tool. Just how irreplaceable is it? Find out in this short interview with Andrew, filmed in creativeLIVE’s Seattle studios:

If you want to learn how to use Photoshop like a pro, don’t miss the second annual creativeLIVE Photoshop Week February 24-28. Broadcast live on two channels,  creativeLIVE Photoshop Week will feature over 40 classes taught by 12 industry experts, including Adobe’s Senior Product Manager Bryan Hughes and Principal Digital Imaging Evangelist Julieanne Kost.

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