The Central Penn Adobe User Group (CPAUG) is a free, official Adobe User Group for people of all skill levels and professions who use Adobe software in the Central PA region. Our members come from a variety of backgrounds and include print and web designers, developers, photographers and freelancers. Most people are in college or older but we are open to all ages and skill levels.
Monday, June 21, 2010
June Meeting: Photoshop Actions and CS5 Suite Raffle
Rich Hauck is director at Hauck Interactive and teaches digital photo imaging at Harrisburg Area Community College. He has been designing interfaces and using Photoshop for personal and professional photography since 1998.
Photoshop Actions We’ll hold a discussion on using Photoshop to bring out the best in one’s photos. Topics will include removing color casts, improving contrast, sharpening, and harnessing the power of Photoshop actions.
CS5 Suite Raffle
One lucky CPAUG member will be randomly selected from a raffle to win their choice of one of the CS5 Suites! Adobe® Creative Suite® 5 delivers tightly integrated software and services that measurably improve productivity and enable you to produce richly expressive work in print, web, interactive, video, audio, and mobile. Other lucky CPAUG members could win CS5-branded items such as a laptop sleeve, t-shirt, screen cloth, and more!
Everyone who is present will get a raffle ticket but the raffle will include bonus tickets for CPAUG members and a better chance to win:
A) 1 extra ticket for every meeting you've attended and signed-in for since January 2010.
B) 5 extra tickets for bringing a new person to this meeting.
C) 5 extra tickets if you were a presenter at one of our meetings since January 2010.
The fine print: You must be a CPAUG member and you must be present to win and this must not be your first attended meeting. Approximate retail value of the prize is up to $1900.00. CS5 Master Collection is excluded. Maximum 16 total tickets per person. Winner must not have won a CS Suite in the past 12 months.
Meetings are always free of charge and open to the public. Please note that this Library branch does not have free WiFi nor do they allow food or drink.