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Xencelabs in Photoshop Webinar

Saturday, October 16, 2021

Learn how to use the Xencelabs Pen Tablet in Photoshop in a free webinar with Bill Lindsay on November 3rd from 4pm to 5 pm PST.

If you want to learn how to use the Xencelabs Pen Tablet in Photoshop, you’re in luck! In this free webinar on November 3rd, Bill Lindsay will talk about Xencelabs Pen Tablets and how they could speed up your Adobe Photoshop work. He will go over how to use them, and why they are so important to your Photoshop editing. Plus he’ll cover some simple tips and tricks to enhance and speed up your workflow and make your life easier!

Register now to join us!

Shop for your own Xencelabs Pen Tablets and accessories on Hunt’s Photo and Video

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Meet Bill Lindsay

Bill Lindsay serves as Xencelabs’ Trainer and Enterprise Sales Manager, and has been in the industry for the past 30+ years; including previous stints with Wacom, Apple & Adobe. Prior to Xencelabs, Bill worked two different times at Wacom in many rolls (including as their main presenter), then 5 years in the K12 education division at Apple, Inc. and before that, Bill had 10 years and several roles at Adobe Systems Inc., including the first National Photoshop Specialist. One of Bill’s hobbies is his macro photography, which he uses a some of these photos in his demonstrations. A little trivia on Bill: He is the grandson of radio’s first singing cowboy, Stuart Hamblen