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CS5 Launch Event

From: Mike A.
Sent on: Friday, August 6, 2010 12:36 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Seattle Area Photoshop User Group (SAPUG)!

What: CS5 Launch Event

When: Tuesday, August 17,[masked]:00 PM

meeting fee : $1.00 per person

Where: Adobe Conference Center
801 N 34th St (see the Location Note at the bottom of the invitation)
Seattle, WA 98103

Learn about new features in Photoshop CS5 with the always entertaining and knowledgeable Steve Laskevitch
of Luminous Works. This meeting we?re giving away a copy of the entire Adobe CS5 Master Collection. Definitely come for the presentation... maybe leave with the door prize.

Steve Laskevitch (principal instructor / curriculum director at Luminous Works) demonstrates new features of CS5 with special insight into those mysterious features like 3D and the new painting engine. Of course, we?ll look at the fun and fabulous as well! Steve will show examples from his new book: Photoshop CS5 & Lightroom 3: A photographers Handbook. The evening is sure to be pack with information for photographers and non-photographers.

Steve Laskevitch (Adobe Certified Instructor in Photoshop, Illustrator, Lightroom, and InDesign), Luminous Works? lead instructor, started teaching 25 years ago. With a background in education, physics, and photography, he has spent the last decade teaching and doing desktop publishing. In 2003, Steve founded the company that was to become Luminous Works, llc. Steve/Luminous Works has built production workflows for many companies and has helped Adobe Systems prepare Certified Expert exams. For four and a half years, Steve was the proud chapter representative for the Seattle InDesign User Group. He has also taught at Seattle Central Community College, the University of Washington Extension, and in the Design Department of Cornish College of the Arts where he was awarded the Excellence in Teaching Award.

Location Note:
Enter through Adobe?s main doors on the east side of the building (the doors closest to the Aurora bridge in the building closest to the waterfront). The building?s official address is 801 N 34th Steet. However, Google maps shows the building on N. Northlake Way.

RSVP Note:
The RSVP deadline two days before the event allows us to get a head count for room/chair setup. If you cannot RSVP before the deadline, you?re still welcome to attend the meeting. Just show up and join the fun.

RSVP to this Meetup:
http://www.meetup.com/photoshop-248/calendar/14342545/

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