Photoshop Virtual Summit II

There are 2 weeks to go until the launch of the Photoshop Virtual Summit II, and I’m so excited to share what these amazing instructors have created. The Summit runs November 9 – 13, 2020.

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I am part of an amazing team of 20 expert instructors teaching 40 classes – over 30 hours of content! And you can watch it for free!

We’ve got a great line-up of instructors for you including me, Ben Willmore, Colin Smith, Matt Kloskowski, Lisa Carney, Glyn Dewis, Corey Barker, Blake Rudis, Kristina Sherk, Mark Heaps, Sebastian Michaels and many more.

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 downloadable files.

Get the VIP Pass

Everyone who registers will be able to download a PDF filled with freebies, discounts and special promotions. Watch for it one day 1!

October 26, 2020

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