Location: Kline Branch Library, 530 South 29th Street, Harrisburg, PA 17104 – google map – . There’s ample, free off-street parking.
Time: 6pm – 7:30pm
Meetings are always free of charge and open to the public. The library has free WiFi for all DCLS card holders and $2/hour for non-card holders.
Speaker: David Lamber, CPAUG Co-Manager
Reserve a spot (free): Just let us know in the comments section below. Thanks!
Agenda: Group Round-table; CS5 Software Suite Raffle!
Megan and Dave, your CPAUG Managers, will be conducting a group round-table for this meeting and we would like to invite everyone to share something about themselves or their favorite Adobe project. We want to hear what you the group are either working on or passionate about. The bonus is, we are giving an extra CS5 raffle ticket to all who participate! It can be anything you would like to share. It can be a long demo, short. tip and anything in between!
A few examples of things we would love to hear about is:
– What you currently do at work, projects you are working on etc.
– Tips and Tricks
– Favorite Adobe product and why. Share an example of something you love to do with your favorite Adobe program.
– Or anything else you would like to share with the group, we would love to hear it.
Feel free to share as much or as little as you would like. There is no obligation to participate. We want to hear from all levels as well, beginner to expert. Please let one of us know if you would like any help on our part.
If time permits, Dave will share some of the new features of Photoshop CS5 such as Puppet Warp, Painting Effects and Content Aware Fill. We can’t wait for this meeting and we look forward to hearing from you!
Adobe CS5 Suite raffle information and rules are as follows:
A little bit about David Lambert: I am the CPAUG Co-manager. I have been an active member with the group since 2004. I was a web-designer until 2009. I am currently work for the Defense Information System Agency as a Project Manager for all new web customers. My favorite Adobe programs are Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Illustrator and Flash. I have recently found a lot of enjoyment in playing around in Fireworks and AfterEffects.