Adobe’s Colin Smith will again join MCA-i's MediaProCamp (the event is FREE, thanks to Panasonic) explaining the ins and outs of Adobe CS6, Adobe's hot new post-production creative suite. Smith, who kept a room full of media pros enrapt at last year's MediaProCamp, is a best-selling author, trainer, and award-winning new-media designer, has a lot of knowledge to offer. Colin is also founder of the world’s most popular Photoshop resource site, www.PhotoshopCAFE.com which boasts over three million visitors. But that's not all--He'll be raffling off a free copy of the software, a retail value of close to $2,000.
Adobe has transformed their software in many areas and the revised CS6 program has a number of impressive new capabilities that are causing some to switch from other platforms.
Adobe® Creative Suite® 6 software delivers a whole new experience for digital media creation, enabling you to work lightning fast and reach audiences wherever they may be. Now, for the first time, CS applications are also available through Adobe Creative Cloud™, giving you the flexibility to download and install them at any time. Plus, access additional applications, publishing services, and new products and features as they are released.
MCA-i's annual MediaProCamp, sponsored by Panasonic is an all day (8:30 AM to 3:00 PM) gathering of professionals from every aspect of the media industry from creative to technology to business including production, marketing, internet and
Rather than highly structured lectures, the various sessions are roundtable discussions among peers designed to provide an exciting cross-pollination of useful ideas, techniques and information. The idea behind MediaProCamp is that every attendee is expert in something and no one knows everything.
The professional collaboration aspect of MCAI's MediaProCamp attracts a number of well known industry leaders. Participants create the topics for discussion on site and break into groups based on common interest. This creates intense professional collaboration since all working pros have something to add to every conversation.One reason for the universal success of MediaProCamp is the interactivity between allthe participants. It guarantees a powerful experience for everyone.
EVENT: MCA-I's MediaProCamp presented by the LA/OC Chapter, sponsored nationally by Panasonic
Monthly meeting of the LA/OC Chapter of MCA-I, www.mcai-oc.org
DATE: Saturday June 9, 2012
TIME: Doors open at 8:15 AM for Registration and networking over free coffee etc.. Roundtable Seminars begin at 9:00 AM FREE LUNCH included thanks to Panasonic! Event Ends no later than 3:00 PM
As always, bring a friend and plenty of business cards. Come early and network with other media professionals over light food.
EVEN THOUGH THIS EVENT IS FREE SPACE IS LIMITED
YOU MUST REGISTER ONLINE SO WE CAN GET AN ACCURATE COUNT FOR FOOD!
COST: FREE--only if you pre-register online at OC New Media Meetup Group http://www.newmedia.meetup.com/82/
LOCATION: Santa Ana College's Digital Media Center, www.dmc-works.com
1300 S. Bristol St.
Santa Ana, CA 92704
From the 405 exit onto Bristol St heading North. Go past South Coast Plaza, for 3.5 miles. Just after you cross Edinger, the DMC will be on your left. Go to Wilshire and make a U turn into the parking lot. Parking is Free.
From I-5 Exit onto the 55 Newport Fwy heading South. Take the second exit, Edinger Ave, and turn left, heading West 3.2 miles toward Bristol St. Turn lefto onto Bristol and a U-turn at Wilshire to enter the DMC grounds. Parking is Free.
NOTE: ADDITIONAL FREE PARKING IS AVAILABLE IN A SPECIAL LOT DIRECTLY ACROSS BRISTOL FROM THE DMC.
About the Digital Media Center
Opened in 2006, It is the first facility of its kind in OC to combine education and business in the digital media industry. The Digital Media Center is a partnership of The Rancho Santiago Community College District, Santa Ana College (SAC), the City of Santa Ana and the US Dep’t of Commerce Economic Developent Administration. The Center attracts, develops, and provides resources for digital media businesses. The second floor houses a digital media business incubator and meeting rooms; the first floor contains the SAC TV Studio and meeting rooms.