Adobe’s own Russell Brown is planning a 1.5-day, hands-on course teaching advanced painting tips and techniques using the newest version of Adobe Photoshop. The course runs June 5-6 in conjunction with the HOW Design Conference in Denver, CO:
This inspirational event is designed for graphic designers, art directors, and creative directors looking for creative new ways to use Adobe Photoshop in their projects. Photographers might enjoy this event as well and should definitely consider taking this class. Take note, this is not a good class for a beginning user of Photoshop.
This class will be focused on advanced painting techniques found in the latest version of Photoshop. There will also be some basic use of Adobe Illustrator in class for those who are interested in avatar mask experimentation. If learning how to use all the new creative brushes, textures and presets in Adobe Photoshop sounds interesting, then this is the class for you!
I’m planning to be there, so I hope to see you in person.
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This sure sounds like CS5 will be released before June 5.
“the newest version” — that’s a rather hedging-all-bets formulation, heh! Even if CS5 is released only next year, Brown can still give that course as advertised with CS4.
I was thinking, “If learning how to use all the new creative brushes, textures and presets in Adobe Photoshop sounds interesting” was very telling. I don’t remember these features being sold as “new” for CS4.