San José Photoshop User Group next Tuesday evening

The San José Photoshop User Group is meeting next Tuesday, Nov. 10, at the Adobe SJ office (map). Pizza and drinks kick off at 6:30pm, with talks beginning at 7. The meeting will feature two speakers. As group organizer Dan Clark writes,

Jim Tierney is from plug-in maker Digital Anarchy. He will demo a range of their products, such as Primatte Chromakey, Knoll Light Factory, Backdrop Designer, Texture Anarchy, 3D Invigorator and more.

Jim McCrary was Chief Photographer at the A&M Records photo studio for many years. He shot over 300 album covers along with related publicity and advertising work. Among his many classic album covers are Carole King’s “Tapestry”, Lee Michaels’ “5th” and Joe Cocker’s “Mad Dogs and Englishmen” and many others. From 1974 through 1990 he operated his own studio on La Brea Avenue in Hollywood, specializing in technically difficult photographic still-life problems, as well as difficult personality portraits.

The meeting will start at 7:00, in the Park Conference Room of Adobe Systems’ East Tower, 321 Park Avenue, San Jose. To park underneath the Adobe building, use the Almaden Avenue entrance, under the East Tower. If the security guard at the parking entrance asks for an Adobe contact, use Bryan O’Neil Hughes’s name. Please RSVP to Dan Clark. See you there.

2 thoughts on “San José Photoshop User Group next Tuesday evening

  1. i hope they look at dxo v6
    that way they might get an impression how good image quality should look.
    im dazzled how much better dxo develops my nikon d700 raw files.

  2. I am a San Jose State Photojournalism student. I am in search of a Photoshop expert to help decipher how a particular image was made using the software. This is for a documentary I am working on. Please check out the link below.
    i have a 3 week deadline and would love to get someone on camera telling how, possibly, this award winning image was made.
    Thanks – John Russo

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