The Adobe Theatre will return for the second year at The Photography Show 2016, to inform, engage and inspire the thousands of visitors set to attend, held at NEC Birmingham, 19-22 March.
Thirty-minute sessions are planned for the hugely popular theatre across the four-day event, exploring the various ways in which photographers can process and edit photos, to show off their photography skills and produce stunning images. All sessions can be found on The Photography Show website.
Commenting on their presence at The Photography Show, Adobe Principal Solutions Consultant, Richard Curtis, said: ‘Adobe is once again extremely excited to be running the Adobe Theatre at the Photography Show this year. We’re delighted to have the opportunity to showcase what the modern day photographer needs to know, covering all aspects of a photographic journey. We’ll share tips on how to add value to the image capture within your camera, image editing techniques and best practices at the computer, as well as many options to publish your work to the internet and across your social channels. We believe that armed with your camera, the Adobe Creative Cloud Photography plan and content from these talks, you will be able to take your images to the next level.’
Adobe ambassadors presenting include Gavin Hoey, Dave Mallows, Tony Harmer, David Norton and Eric Renno, and sessions will cover mastering the basics of Lightroom, video editing with Photoshop CC, using Adobe Slate and Behance to publish work and using mobile apps in the imaging workflow.
Entry tickets to The Photography Show are on sale now. All sessions within the Adobe Theatre are free to attend, and arriving early is advisable as seats are offered on a first-come-first-served basis.