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PRESS RELEASE: Apple Store SoHo Features Scott Kelby With Latest Photoshop CS2 Training
Tampa, FL - April 4, 2005 - Just one day after Adobe's Photoshop CS2 announcement, best-selling technology book author and National Association of Photoshop Professionals President (NAPP), Scott Kelby is teaching how to apply the exciting new features of Photoshop CS2 at the Apple Store SoHo located at 103 Prince Street, New York (on the Northeast corner of Prince Street and Greene Street) on Tues., April 5 from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. This session is free to the public and perfect for both PC and Mac users.
"I loved Photoshop 7. I thought Photoshop CS was even better, but Photoshop CS2 blows them both away. This is clearly the most significant update to Photoshop in years, said NAPP President Scott Kelby. "This update has something for everybody, but if you're a photographer, it's absolutely going to make your jaws drop. It's that good," Kelby added.
Additionally, NAPP has launched a new Photoshop CS Learning Center - the most comprehensive look at Adobe Photoshop CS2 available anywhere. Open to the public at http://www.photoshopuser.com/photoshopcs2.html.
As the world's leading resource for Photoshop training, education, and news, NAPP is delighted to share this exclusive CS2 learning center with the Photoshop community at large, and its members in 106 countries around the world.
The National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) is an independent, accredited trade association and the world's leading source for Adobe® Photoshop® training, education, and news. Led by an award-winning team of Photoshop experts, authors, consultants, and trainers NAPP's role is to keep its members on the cutting edge of the latest Adobe Photoshop techniques and technology. With close to 40,000 members, NAPP is the largest graphic and digital imaging association in the world today.
(First posted on Monday, April 4, 2005 at 18:53 EDT)