March 11, 2014 · 1:30 PM
Come discover Photoshop's 3D capabilities with Photoshop author and instructor Jennifer Smith. Whether you are a designer, architect, engineer, or other creative professional, you’ll discover new uses for Photoshop and improved ways of editing artwork and images once you understand its 3D capabilities. In this session you’ll discover how to create 3D objects, how to extrude 3D paths and text, transform 3D objects, and adjust 3D objects appearance such as lighting and materials. You’ll also find out how to work with rendering, textures, and painting.
Jennifer Smith is the author of Adobe Creative Cloud for Dummiesand also numerous Photoshop books, including her recent Photoshop CC Digital Classroom. Jennifer is the author of more than 15 books on Adobe Creative Suite and Creative Cloud apps. She also teaches various Adobe training courses at American Graphics Institute, where she delivers professional development programs to schools and corporations.
Jennifer has written official training books for Adobe Systems, and has delivered training programs for corporations such as HP, Microsoft, and Lego. She’s also an accomplished user experience designer, where she spends much of her efforts when she’s not teaching or writing. She’s helped design more than 100 apps and websites for companies in Europe, Asia, Australia, and across the U.S. Her user experience design work has led her to receive a Most Valuable Professional award from Microsoft, who has also had her serve as the Artist in Residence at the Seattle headquarters where she focused on helping app developers create better touch-enabled apps for the Windows Phone platform.