It’s true. creativeLIVE Photoshop Week – the world’s largest Photoshop conference – is back!
Broadcast over five days on two channels, creativeLIVE Photoshop Week 2014 features 40 classes on everything from simple shortcuts to advanced skills — like photo restoration and making your own presets. Twelve of the world’s leading Photoshop masters will show you how and when to use every tool and arm you with specific post-production strategies for every kind of photography. So get excited and mark those calendars for February 24-28! For all the details, read the official press release below:
creativeLIVE ANNOUNCES 2ND ANNUAL PHOTOSHOP WEEK
12 leading Photoshop experts to teach 63 hours of live education over 5 days
SAN FRANCISCO, CA (January 30, 2014) — creativeLIVE today announced that it will host its second annual Photoshop Week February 24-28. Broadcast live on two channels from creativeLIVE’s San Francisco studios, creativeLIVE Photoshop Week will feature 40 classes taught by 12 industry experts, including Adobe’s Senior Product Manager Bryan Hughes and Principal Digital Imaging Evangelist Julieanne Kost. Broken down into 90 minute segments, the event features classes on everything from simple shortcuts to advanced skills like photo restoration.
Over 150,000 students from 178 countries tuned in for the inaugural Photoshop Week last February, consuming a total of 460,000 hours of free learning on the seminal Adobe program. “Photoshop Week 2013 brought together one of the world’s largest creative communities and provided access to the top instructors in the Photoshop field,” said creativeLIVE CEO Mika Salmi, adding “We expect 2014 to provide an even more powerful learning experience.”
The broadcast event, which is free to watch when it streams live, gives anyone with an internet connection the chance to ask instructors questions via creativeLIVE’s chatroom and social media channels.
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creativeLIVE is setting a new standard for education by connecting a live, dynamic community of individuals with the world’s top experts. Using a scalable freemium model, creativeLIVE is transforming the $100 billion continuing education market by offering frictionless access to the best teachers in the world through a social video platform. The company was founded in April 2010 by world-renowned photographer, director and artist Chase Jarvis and entrepreneur Craig Swanson. The company is led by CEO Mika Salmi, backed by Greylock Partners and Social+Capital Partnership, and has four state-of-the-art production studios in Seattle and San Francisco.