PhotoshopWorld Conference & Expo organizers announced on Wednesday the addition of Canon Shoot Live to the events happening on the Tech Expo stage. Professional photographers Jack Reznicki and Eddie Tapp will replicate a studio setting on the stage and demonstrate lighting techniques, setting up an environment for shooting with a digital SLR camera and directing models. Reznicki and Tapp will work with Canon’s EOS-1D Mark II digital SLR camera as they run through their demonstration, which will be held twice a day.
Tapp will also teach some workshops during PhotoshopWorld, which will be held Sept. 1-3 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. Full conference passes for those who aren’t National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) members are US$599, or $149 for students; the former includes a one-year membership in NAPP and a one-year subscription to Photoshop User magazine, while the latter only offers the subscription as a bonus. NAPP members pay $499, and anyone can tack $100 on their registration costs for a Pro Pass, which comes with a canvas NAPP briefcase, a ticket to the Photoshop party, a NAPP badge holder, a Photoshop User baseball cap and a PhotoshopWorld T-shirt.