The National Association of Photoshop Professionals' forthcoming PhotoshopWorld event may be the venue for Adobe to unveil some new technology, according to Adobe's own senior vice president of Digital Imaging and Video Products, Bryan Lamkin.
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Lamkin is expected to take part in PhotoshopWorld's opening ceremony on Wednesday, February 19, 2003. Lamkin recently noted that his company "should have some interesting news" to share with attendees, adding that Adobe has been "working hard to fast-track some new technology." Lamkin did not offer details about what Adobe planned for the show, however.
Billed as "the largest Photoshop event in the world," PhotoshopWorld gathers together graphics professionals who depend on Photoshop for more than 60 training sessions, exhibits from leading developers, after-hours sessions for digital photographers, events like a private off-site party, the PhotoshopWorld "Guru Awards," and more. The event has drawn sponsors including Apple, Epson, Sony, Wacom and others.
PhotoshopWorld Conference & Expo takes place at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, Calif., February 19-21, 2003.
This story, "Adobe exec hints at new tech for PhotoshopWorld" was originally published by PCWorld.