Photoshop Virtual Summit 3!

Written by Daniel Gregory

September 1, 2021

Photoshop Virtual Summit III

 

October 4-8, 2021

All online


30+ HOURS OF PRACTICAL, REAL-WORLD PHOTOSHOP TRAINING

3 Big things about the Summit

On October 4- 8 The Photoshop Virtual Summit 3 will feature over 30 hours of classes from 20 of the world’s top Photoshop instructors. And I am [insert adjective] to be teaching two classes at this event. Each day classes go live and are free to watch for 48 hours. 

40 Awesome Classes

20 expert Photoshop instructors teaching 40 classes – over 30 hours of content!

Once each class goes live you can watch it for 48 hours. After that, it gets archived into the VIP Member area.

The classes are not broadcast live, so you don’t miss anything if you can’t watch it at the time on the schedule. Those times are simply when the classes are made available to watch for the first time.

Bonus Materials with VIP Pass

All classes are free to watch for a 48 period once they go live, and there’s an optional VIP Pass available for purchase that gives you lifetime access to the recordings of all classes, along with audio recordings, instructor-provided class notes and exclusive bonuses.

After the summit is over there will be a live Q&A with the instructors (with VIP Platinum Pass)

For this Summit we are adding live Q&A Sessions with the Instructors in the 2 weeks following the Summit. These sessions are available to purchasers of the Platinum Plus Pass (a $50 add-on/upgrade to the VIP Pass).

Amazing Classes & Topics

There will be amazing classes for the summit. You can learn about black and white conversions, sky replacement, retouching, camera raw tricks, social media, color correction adn so much more. I will be teaching two classses. One is on the power of using channels in photoshop adn the secdno is advanced printing.

Channels are one of the greatest features of Photoshop, and you use them every day even if you don’t know it. In this session, we are going to take a deep dive into the world of channels. In the channels palette, we can find and see the color information about our files, see masks and selections we create, and add more plates for spot color printing options. There is so much you can do to your files when editing by using various channels. No matter if you’re color correcting, masking, applying special effects, or correcting artifact issues using channels can help in a big way.

The Magic of Channels

Oct. 5 — 04:00 PM (eastern) class available for 48 hours

This session focuses on some of the critical concepts around producing the best print possible. Building on the basics of having made a print, we start by looking at various prints hanging on the viewing wall and focusing on key considerations when evaluating the print. Diving into areas such as print size, cropping, the impact of artifacts from sharpening, masking, or printer settings, and how we process color and tone, we will develop a foundation of consistent language to talk about prints and an editing plan for the images.  No matter your skill level in printing, there is something in this course for everyone. Learning how to evaluate prints, correcting an image, applying customization to maximize results, or just getting that last little refinement to a print, we’ve got you covered. got you covered.

Advanced Printing

Oct. 8 — 010:oo AM (eastern) class available for 48 hours

Pricing &  Registration

The summit has three registrations options. If you want to access the summit live at no cost you can register for a free pass. If you want access to the videos after the conference has ended plus the bonus materials, you can save $50 by taking advantage of early bird pricing on the VIP pass. Finally, if you want to have everythign in the VIP pass plus particate in live Q&A events with the instructors jump on that early bird pricing for the platinum pass.

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