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PRESS RELEASE: NAPP Launches Darkroom Magazine for Lightroom Users
TAMPA, Fla. -- Jan. 4 -- Today, the National Association of Photoshop Professionals proudly announces the launch of Darkroom -- the how-to magazine for Adobe Photoshop Lightroom users (http://www.darkroommagazine.com). Darkroom magazine appeals to professional photographers who want to get the most out of Adobe's groundbreaking new Photoshop Lightroom workflow application. Darkroom will feature in-depth tutorial articles, innovative digital photography techniques and timesaving shortcuts written by the creative experts behind Photoshop User and Layers magazines.
"When you look at Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, you're looking at the future of the pro photographer's workflow and a year or so from now if you're not using Lightroom, you're going to be left behind," said Scott Kelby, editor and publisher of Darkroom, NAPP president and the top selling computer book author worldwide. "The integration between Lightroom and Adobe Photoshop CS2/CS3 creates the seamless, consistent and efficient workflow that today's professionals need and we launched Darkroom magazine to help these pros make the most of using these two amazing tools together," he added.
Darkroom will be distributed with Photoshop User (http://www.photoshopuser.com) magazine (published eight times a year) and available to NAPP members as part of their membership at no additional cost. Photoshop User is the official publication of NAPP, the world's largest digital imaging and graphics association.
A downloadable electronic version of Darkroom will be available to non-NAPP members through an annual paid subscription. Electronic subscription details and pricing will be announced at http://www.darkroommagazine.com.
The National Association of Photoshop Professionals is an accredited, dynamic trade association and the world's leading resource for Adobe Photoshop training, news and education. With more than 54,000 members in 106 countries, NAPP is the largest graphics and digital imaging association worldwide. Visit http://www.photoshopuser.com for more information.
(First posted on Thursday, January 4, 2007 at 12:16 EST)