September 14, 2008 in User Groups (F)
[prMac.com] Melbourne, Australia - Adobe Ambassador and an Adobe Certified Training Provider, Mike McHugh, will be guest speaker at The Apple Users' Society of Melbourne's (AUSOM) October meeting at Swinburne Prahran. He'll present an illuminating and exciting demonstration of Adobe's Creative Suite 3 Master Collection.
"Mike is pretty much considered an Adobe guru in the industry. We're delighted to have him cover the new CS3 products highlighting the print, animation, web and video capabilities of the suite", AUSOM President Dick Johnson said.
"This is a great opportunity to hear first hand from one of the leaders in the field about this incredibly powerful software".
"Many of our members are keenly interested in graphics, digital photography, film making and image manipulation. We have very active Special Interest Groups which meet each month to share their knowledge and extensively explore these areas".
Visitors are also welcome. You don't have to be an AUSOM member to attend. And it's free!
Mike established and managed his own digital graphics business in Melbourne for many years. Currently a Melbourne-based Creative Systems Engineer with Adobe, Mike is the author of several books and hosts his popular video podcast called Creative Sweet TV. He regularly speaks at conferences and has taught thousands how to use Adobe software.
The presentation will run for an hour from 1:00 pm on Saturday 4 October 2008 at Swinburne's Prahran campus, Building PA, Thomas St (off High St, near Chapel St), Prahran. Melways 2L, H12.
AUSOM (pronounced 'awesome') is Australia's largest and most active Apple User Group, with a 29-year history and about 800 members. There's something for every Mac, iPod, and iPhone user at AUSOM. Meetings and activities are free. AUSOM publishes its own monthly printed magazine and hosts about 20 special interest groups. Member services include training CDs and DVDs; an online discussion forum with answers to everything on computing and beyond; book and disk libraries; phone help by experts in their respective fields; discounts on CDs and books; and lots more.