Discussion in 'Lifestyle' started by jared_IRL, Apr 10, 2008.
National Association of Photoshop Professionals
Or is it a big worthless joke?
never heard of it
Im with Hayden
for two more months then im graduating from furman and going back to socal (my home)
depends on what you'd use it for. my pops is, he uses it for discounted seminars of PS/LR
it also gets you legal codes for B&H, and free shipping IIRC
Lots of free/discounted training on PS/LR too
But if you're thinking of joining to throw letters around like credetials (which way too many do) don't bother.
furman is ftw. campus is mad nice.
ya except its being flooded with more and more old people. its fucking annoying. they all drive like 6 miles an hour and make random ass stops. my roommates and i call it the furman park. with them building a retirement home on and one just outside campus its going to be even worse next year.
they just announced that president bush is going to be the commencement speaker. yes the current president bush. im pretty excited. like him or not having the president talk at ur graduation is crazy
I have to spend $1500 by July 1 on personal training. Planned on using it on a One Light Workshop and such, but I broke my ankle playing ice hockey, so something like that would be worthless.
So now i'm scrambling for alternative ways to spend the $$.
you can go to the same conferences, it just costs more as a non member IIRC
what re you trying to get out of it?
the Lacour's have a workshop this sumer on business branding
I'm just doing this for personal reasons. My career is set at this point.
The areas I want to improve on are off camera lighting, and I always think I can better at post processing.
Dean emailed this to me
that looks awesome!
I'll know next week when i'll be out of this stupid walking boot, and if I need surgery on my ankle or not...
The reason I didn't do the One Light, and the same reason I wouldn't do this one, is that theres no way i'm doing this on crutches...
I joined and used my personal business to pay for it. The tutorials and other information available through the members area are nice, however, not anything that you could not locate elsewhere online. The magazine is a nice touch, but not worth the membership price. I am not sure if I will be renewing it next go-round.