London’s The Photographers’ Gallery is celebrating Photoshop’s 25th birthday with a party on October 24.
As part of their inaugural TPG Geekender series of events exploring photography in digital culture, the party will include ways to experience the software’s first version, 1.0, a live “cut and paste” studio and a Photoshop Battle. Food and drinks will be served with Photoshop Layer Cake and Cocktails, Adam Brown of Buncefield Records will DJ and Central Saint Martins MA Photography students will present a history and culture of Photoshop.
See the FB event page and The Photographer’s gallery for details.**
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