Adobe Photoshop is one of the most successful pieces of software ever written. Now used by millions of graphics and photographic professionals worldwide, Photoshop has come to shape the entire visual environment of 21st-century culture. Gum wrappers, subway signs, billboards, book covers, Hollywood special effects, posters, portraits, product packaging, brochures, animation, architecture, astronomy, fashion design, forensic investigations, medicine, industrial design, photography, web design—the list of Photoshop applications is limitless.
Please join us at the Computer History Museum to see live demos of Photoshop, explore vintage photography equipment, and learn the basics of Photoshop using an interactive exhibit or by attending a one-hour workshop.
Free admission to Adobe employees and their guests, with a company badge presented.
Regular admission to the Museum is required for the general public.
Space is limited for Adobe Photoshop Family Workshop sessions. To reserve your spot, register here.
Computer History Museum
1401 N. Shoreline Boulevard
Mountain View, CA, 94043