Thursday, September 30, 2010

FREE WEBCAST ANNOUNCED: Rocket Speed Digital Design With LumaPix: Fotofusion Wednesday October 27, 2010

FREE WEBCAST ANNOUNCED: Rocket Speed Digital Design With LumaPix: Fotofusion Wednesday October 27, 2010

Rocket Speed Webcast

This is one webcast you won't want to miss! Mark your calendar for Wednesday, October 27, 2010 from 3:00 to 5:00 p.m. EDT.

Click the image or secure link HERE to register. Maximum capacity is 1,000  so register early to guarantee your seat.

Earlier this year I held two webcasts featuring Lumapix - over 10,000 photographers and digital designers from around the world saw the program!

This time I'm changing up the presentation to show the latest features and the fastest LumaPix design techniques that will surely change your digital design lives.

Register Now LR I'll also show you how you can save $200 off the normal $299 selling price. That's right, I'll show you how to get LumaPix for only $99!!!  Will it work on a Mac??  It just might, you'll have to tune in and see.

If you've lived on a desert island for the last six years, you may not know that LumaPix:Fotofusion is the fastest collage/digital design software on the planet earth.  It blows Photoshop and InDesign away with its speed and ease of use.

I can "auto collage" a 20 image design in approximately 1 second with LumaPix.  I can do an entire album in 3 seconds. Yes, its speed is that unbelievable! A simple one page project takes no time at all.  And, the cool thing is, once you design a project you can easily save it out as a template and use it over and over.

Plan on stopping by and watching the program "Live" on Wednesday, October 27, 2010 from 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. EDT. I promise you an eye-popping, jaw-dropping presentation. And, I'll even save you $200!

Hope to see you there, David


  1. Awesome! i loved the first two, when you do this one could i request you briefly go over exporting and sending to a online printer, i'm still working out the process. Thanks for the tips though LOVE LOVE LOVE the software! :)

  2. Easy, Pguyton! Output as JPG. Upload to lab using their web site, software, or ROES (depending on how the lab works). No problem! It's harder to explain than to do. Really.

  3. Couldn't get audio on the webinar, and I've had Fotofusion for some time now!

    Can't wait to get the webcast to see what I missed!

  4. Oh NO! I missed it! Is there any way I can see it? Please!!!!