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SEMINARS MASTERCLASSES PHOTOWALKS& INTENSIVESTO CHOOSEFROM!

OCTOBER 25-28 26-28 NYC CONFERENCE

EXPO

JAVITS CENTER

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PDN INTERNATIONALCONFERENCEANDEXPO•NYCJAVITSCENTER PhotoPlus Expo offers the ultimate experience in photography, video and digital imaging. Whether you want to improve your craft, learn how to run a successful photography business or discover the latest trends, the entire conference is dedicated to helping expand your expertise. With more than 200 exhibitors on the show floor, you’ll also see new and innovative products from all of your favorite brands.

WHY ATTEND? 100+ SEMINARS

Including Photo Walks, Master Classes, One-Day Intensive Classes and Keynotes.

À LA CARTE SEMINARS

INTENSIVE CLASSES

Wed. 10/25–Sat. 10/28

Wed. 10/25–Fri. 10/28

Individual conference seminar passes include admission to all Keynote presentations, a threeday pass to the expo floor and access to Special Events (access to the Future Trend panel, Test Drive: New Product Preview + Networking Event, and the Lucie Technical Awards).

Intensive Pre-Conference classes focus on a single topic with instruction by industry leaders. These 5-hour sessions provide an opportunity to come away with extended knowledge you can put to practice immediately.

$104 MEMBER/STUDENT $149 NON-MEMBER

$244 MEMBER/STUDENT $349 NON-MEMBER

All pricing listed is based on ADVANCE DEADLINE 09/12. Check photoplusexpo.com for complete pricing information.

PHOTO WALKS

À LA CARTE MASTER CLASSES

Thurs. 10/26–Sat. 10/28

Wed. 10/25–Fri. 10/27

A Master Class, limited to 50 participants, is a focused, hands-on two-hour session that provides an intimate and more advanced learning experience. $104 MEMBER/STUDENT $149 NON-MEMBER

Use the New York City streets as your backdrop to learn lighting and camera techniques, as well as composition and design. Photo Walks are led by some of the industry’s biggest photographers. $104 MEMBER/STUDENT $149 NON-MEMBER

1-DAY CONFERENCE PASS

3-DAY CONFERENCE PASS

4- DAY CONFERENCE PASS

Includes admission to conference seminars and Master Classes for one day (choose from Wed.-Sat.), all Keynotes, a 3-day pass to the expo hall and access to the Future Trends panel, Test Drive: New Product Preview + Networking Event, and the Lucie Technical Awards.

Includes admission to Thurs.-Sat. conference seminars and Master Classes, all Keynotes, a a 3-day pass to the expo hall, access to the Future Trends panel, Test Drive: New Product Preview + Networking Event, and the Lucie Technical Awards.

Includes admission to ALL conference seminars and Master Classes, one intensive class, all Keynotes, a 3-day pass to the expo hall, access to the Future Trends panel, Test Drive: New Product Preview + Networking Event, and the Lucie Technical Awards.

$244 MEMBER/STUDENT, $349 NON-MEMBER

$384 MEMBER/STUDENT, $549 NON-MEMBER

$419 MEMBER/STUDENT, $599 NON-MEMBER

PHOTO+ MEMBERSHIP (BASIC: $150/YR)

BECOME A VIP AT PPE FOR $99!

Become a PHOTO+ Member and save 30 percent on conference registration and on all educational add-on items.

Get exclusive access, gifts, and opportunities for the entire duration of the event. As a VIP Expo attendee, you will receive:

PHOTO+ members also receive a 30-percent discount on entry fees for PDN and Rangefinder contests and select WPPI competitions, plus print and online subscriptions to PDN and Rangefinder, a listing on PhotoServe.com and many vendor/ association discounts. All rates are subject to applicable state, local and occupancy taxes.

SPECIAL EVENTS LUCIE TECHNICAL AWARDS Wed. 10/25, 5:30 PM–7:00 PM

The 3rd annual Lucie Technical Awards, presented by the Lucie Foundation, honors advancements in cameras, lenses, lighting, accessories, printers, inks, software and more. Learn more at tech.lucies.org.

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«Sponsored by Fujifilm, B&H, IFPDA, Acrylic Press, CreativeLive

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3-day Expo admission with instant badge pick-up at the VIP Registration Desk and admission and priority seating for keynote presentations. The VIP Bag is packed with special promotions including a Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 camera with film ($89 total value), a pair of tickets to the IFPDA Print Fair ($100 value); and a CreativeLive seminar (up to $150 value). One in ten bags contain a Golden Ticket that can be redeemed for a prize valued up to $679! Exclusive VIP Only photo contest, use your Fujifilm Instax Mini 9 and capture the Spirit of PhotoPlus Expo. Select images will be printed in the December issue of PDN. One winner will receive a Fujifilm Instax Square SQ10 Hybrid Instant camera with assorted Film pack

TEST DRIVE: NEW PRODUCT PREVIEW + NETWORKING EVENT Wed. 10/25 3:00–5:00 PM

Test and compare the latest photography gear, and explore the newest software solutions and photographic services from dozens of PhotoPlus Expo exhibitors the evening before the expo officially opens. Free to all attendees.

FUTURE TRENDS PANEL Wed., October 25, 1:30–3:00 PM Eyes of the Machines: Will Smarter Cameras Help or Replace Photographers?

Ross Rubin and a panel of experts will discuss the the transition from smart cameras to “smarter” cameras and what it means for photographers. As artificial intelligence and machine learning master more nuance, and cameras get smarter and more versatile, how will it impact the professional photography field?

PORTFOLIO REVIEWS Wed. 10/25: Open Portfolio Review Thurs. 10/26 – Sat. 10/28: Emerging and Professional Event

«Sponsored by WordPress and FUJIFILM

Palm Springs Photo Festival presents portfolio reviews at PhotoPlus Expo, including the Emerging & Professional Event and an Open Portfolio Review for photographers of all levels. Register at palmspringsphotofestival.com


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25-28 26-28 NYC CONFERENCE

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EXPO

ADOBE SHOW FLOOR THEATER

DRONE+ Fri., Oct. 27 - 8:00 AM–6:30 PM This all-day experience will bring you the latest in creativity, technology and policy to make your drone-based business successful. Includes admission to DRONE+ Sessions (Friday) as well as admission to the expo hall on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.

Thurs. 10/26 – Sat. 10/28

Visit the theater during expo hours for free educational seminars from industry leaders in photography and filmmaking. Located at the rear of the PhotoPlus Expo hall, the Show Floor Theater is designed for attendees to get more tips and tricks to take their craft to the next level.

KEYNOTES

Thurs. 10/26 – Sat. 10/28, 12:30-1:30 PM

Join us for our Keynote sessions this year, which will include a memorable one-on-one discussion between Chase Jarvis and Gary Vaynerchuck on Saturday, as well as a talk from renowned documentary and fine-art photographer Jamel Shabazz on Friday. FREE MEMBER/STUDENT, $15 NON-MEMBER

DRONE1

The Future of Soaring Photos and Video!

DRONE2

10 Drone Tips for Successful Video

10:15AM-12:15PM

DRONE3

Dronalism/Drones for Journalists

2:00PM-4:00PM

DRONE4A

Tales From the Set

DRONE4B

You Gotta Fight for Your Right...to Fly Drones!

8:00AM-10:00AM

4:30PM-5:15PM 5:30PM -6:30PM

FILM

SHOW SCHEDULE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 25

TIME

LOCATION

Tech Seminars

9:00 AM–1:00 PM

Javits Center, 1E14

Intensives/PRE-CON

9:00 AM–3:00 PM

Javits Center, 1E Hall

Future Trends Panel

1:30 PM–3:00 PM

Javits Center, 1E14

Test Drive: New Product Preview + Networking Event/Reception

3:00 PM–5:00 PM

Javits Center 1E07/1E08

Lucie Tech Awards

5:30 PM–7:30 PM

1E15/1E16

Fri., Oct. 27 - 8:00 AM–6:30 PM

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 26

Calling all filmmakers! Our one-day program, presented by FMC, includes admission to a full day of Friday film classes, plus all Keynotes, a 3-day pass to the expo hall and access to special events.

Photo Walks

8:00 AM–10:00 AM 1E Hall Escalator Landing

Conference Seminars

10:15 AM–6:30 PM

Javits Center, 1E Hall

Expo Hours

10:00 AM –5:00 PM

Javits Center, 3B Hall

Keynote

12:30 PM– 1:30 PM Javits Center, 1E15/1E16

PDNedu x NIkon Panel (students)

2:00 PM - 3:30 PM

Photo Walks FM1

FM2

Making Sense of 4K Video: Demystifying the Tech So You Can Focus on the Images Seeing the Story: How to Design Visual Stories (and Stop Making Montages)

8:00AM-10:00AM 10:15AM-12:15PM

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27 Photo Walks

LOCATION

8:00 AM - 6:30 PM

Javits Center, 1E Hall

Expo Hours

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Javits Center, 3B Hall

Keynote

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Javits Center, 1E15/1E16

FM5

From Still to Motion

10:15AM-4:00PM

FM3

How to Approach Lighting Interviews Like a Portrait Photographer

2:00PM-4:00PM

Photo Walks

FM4

Get Ready to Edit: A Photographer’s Guide to Importing, Culling, Organizing Footage

4:30PM -6:30PM

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28

seminar and expo information and pricing.

TIME

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM 1E Hall Escalator Landing

Conference Seminars

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Show Floor Theater

4:15 PM–6:00 PM 1E Hall Escalator Landing

4:15 PM–6:00 PM 1E Hall Escalator Landing

Photo Walks

8:00 AM - 10:00 AM 1E Hall Escalator Landing

Conference Seminars

10:15 AM - 4:00 PM

Javits Center, 1E Hall

Expo Hours

10:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Javits Center, 3B Hall

Keynote

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Javits Center, 1E15/1E16

TRAVEL

$299

$319

$349

$359

PhotoPlus Expo and onPeak have secured a limited number of reduced-rate hotel rooms to make your trip to New York City affordable. Through the travel experts at onPeak, rooms at the group rate are limited and available on a first come, first-served basis. Book early for best selection and price.

Element New York Times Square West

Hampton Inn Times Square South

Hyatt Times Square New York

New York Marriott Marquis

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PDN INTERNATIONALCONFERENCEANDEXPO•NYCJAVITSCENTER WEDNESDAYOCTOBER

9:00 AM–3:00 PM

Lighting

NEW! Everyday Objects to Create High-End Fashion Portraiture (WA1)

Peter Coulson

«Sponsored by Zeiss Business & Marketing

NEW! Get Better Clients Bootcamp Intensive (WA2)

Ilise Benun, Debbie Millman, Terri Trespicio, Paula Rizzo, Jamie Saunders

Post-Production

NEW! Product Retouching for Still-Life Photographers and Post-Production Artists (WA3)

Post-Production

NEW! From Capture to Print (WA4)

Carrie Beene Rocco Ancora

«Sponsored by Nikon and Canson Infinity Wedding

NEW! Wedding Photographer Base Camp (WA5)

Melissa Escaro, Paul Pruitt

«Sponsored by Miller’s Lab

1:30 PM–3:30PM 3:00 PM–5:00PM 5:30 PM–7:30PM

Special Event

Future Trends: Eyes of the Machines: Will Smarter Cameras Help or Replace Photographers? (FREE)

Special Event

Test Drive: New Product Preview + Networking Event (FREE)

Special Event

Lucie Technical Awards (FREE)

Ross Rubin

THURSDAYOCTOBER 8:00 AM–10:00 AM

Wedding

NEW! Come Hell or High Water: Overcoming and Excelling in Adverse Conditions (MC01)

Lighting

UPDATED! The Quick and Simple Portrait (MC02)

Collin Pierson Drew Gurian

«Sponsored by Nikon Business & Marketing Editorial & Photojournalism

NEW! Talent Only Gets You So Far: Learning the Business of Photography (MC03)

Monte Isom

NEW! Art and Advocacy: Using Photography to Promote Positive Change (MC04)

Annie Nyborg, Clay Cook, Michael Bonocore, Joel Caldwell

«Sponsored by Peak Design

Lighting

Editorial & Photojournalism

Shooting Portraits On Location (PW01) «Sponsored by Sony

Miguel Quiles

NEW! Street Photography and the High Line with Olympus Visionary Frank Smith (PW02)

Frank Smith

«Sponsored by Olympus

Editorial & Photojournalism

Portrait

10:15 AM–12:15 PM

Editorial & Photojournalism

NEW! The Wild West Side (PW03) «Sponsored by Tamron

André Constantini

NEW! How to Shoot Portraits in Ugly Locations That Don’t Need Photoshop! (PW05) «Sponsored by Zeiss Perception, Light, Gesture, Color and New Work (TA1)

Peter Coulson Jay Maisel

«Sponsored by Nikon, Epson Lighting

Motion & Video

NEW! Master the Most Beautiful Light in the World (TA2) «Sponsored by Canon NEW! Scouting, Producing, Shooting and Editing: Becoming a “Shreditor” (TA3)

Joel Grimes Jonathan Edwards

Business & Marketing

NEW! PDN’s 30: Strategies for Launching and Building a Career in Today’s Market (TA4) Holly Hughes, Cait Oppermann Sasha Arutyunova, Tony Gale «Sponsored by PDN

Business & Marketing

NEW! Building an Audience in the Age of Distraction (TA5) «Sponsored by PhotoShelter

Post-Production Inspirational & Motivational Wedding

NEW! Preserving Your Photographic History (TA6) NEW! Overcoming Fear: How to Have the Career You Want (TA7) NEW! Wedding Photography - Posing for Perfection (TA8)

Andrew Fingerman Katrin Eismann, Peter Krogh Debra Weiss Bambi Cantrell

«Sponsored by Nikon

12:30 PM–1:30 PM

KEYNOTE: NEW! Today’s Women in Photography & Film «Sponsored by Canon

2:00 PM–3:30 PM

Student/Educator

Creating a Sustainable Career (FREE! SHOW FLOOR THEATRE) «Sponsored by PDNedu, Nikon

2:00 PM–4:00 PM

Portrait

Advertising & Commercial

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NEW! Deconstructing Posing (TB1) «Sponsored by Nikon NEW! Strategic Staying Power - Maintaining a Photographic Career in an Ever-Changing Marketplace (TB2)

Latoya Ruby Frazier, Rachel Morrison, Sue Bryce, Barbara Davidson Dixie Dixon, Deanne Fitzmaurice, Holly Hughes, Matthew Jordan Smith Jerry Ghionis Andrew Hetherington


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25-28 26-28 NYC CONFERENCE

EXPO

Inspirational & Motivational Business & Marketing

Editorial & Photojournalism Motion & Video Inspirational & Motivational Portrait

Post-Production

Lighting Inspirational & Motivational Motion & Video

JAVITS CENTER

NEW! The Power of the Portrait (TB3) «Sponsored by Canon NEW! The Content Creator’s Guide to Working with Top Brands and Destinations (TB4)

NEW! Your Picture on the Wall: Dealing with Collectors (TB7)

Alexis Cuarezma

NEW! Unlock the Power of Lightroom CC – Edit and Share Photos Anywhere, Anytime (TB9) «Sponsored by Adobe

Julieanne Kost

NEW! Urban Landscapes—Light, Shadows and Utilizing Architectural Backgrounds (PW06)

Michael Grecco

NEW! The Zen of Street Photography: A Daily Practice (PW07) «Sponsored by Leica

Andrew Geraci Kenna Klosterman Joel Grimes

NEW! Fashion and Beauty Photography Essentials (TC1) «Sponsored by Canon

Lindsay Adler

NEW! Maximize Your Profits. Protect and Enforce Your Rights (TC2) NEW! How to Bid Ad Jobs (and Win) (TC3) «Sponsored by PDN

4:15 PM– 6:00 PM

Doug Menuez

NEW! Time-Lapse Photography with Drew Geraci (PW08) «Sponsored by Sony

NEW! Shallow DOF using High-Speed Sync and ND Filters (PW10) «Sponsored by Canon

Business & Marketing

Bob Sacha W.M Hunt, Efrem Zelony-Mindell

NEW! Awaken Your Creative Vision (TB8) «Sponsored by Bay Photo

Lighting

Advertising & Commercial

Art Streiber

How to Produce Award-Winning Video (TB6)

NEW! Authentic Street Portraits with Kenna Klosterman (PW09) «Sponsored by CreativeLive

Business & Marketing

Kody McCormick, Kyler McCormick

The Big Picture: Editorial Photography Behind the Scenes (TB5)

Portrait

Editorial & Photojournalism

Peter Hurley

4:30 PM– 6:30 PM

Jeff Sedlik Dave Walker, Kathryn Tyrrel O’Connor, Gregg Lhotsky, Jamie Appelbaum

NEW! Crowdfunding: Exciting New Resources for Photographers (TC4)

Lou Jones, Michael DeStefano

«Sponsored by Nikon Lighting Business & Marketing

UPDATED! Minus 2/3 - The (Nearly) Invisible Strobe (TC5)

Gerd Ludwig

NEW! Destination Anywhere (MC05)

Brett Florens

«Sponsored by Rotolight Lighting

NEW! RADIO TTL SPEEDLIGHTS! NEW TECH, NEW POSSIBILITIES! (MC06)

Joe McNally

«Sponsored by Nikon Advertising & Commercial

Editorial & Photojournalism

NEW! PERSONALxPORTFOLIO: Shooting in Balance (MC07) «Sponsored by Bay Photo NEW! VII Outside the Box (MC08)

Kitfox Valentín Ron Haviv, Ashley Gilbertson, Gary Knight

«Sponsored by FUJIFILM

FRIDAYOCTOBER

Drone Motion & Video

Advertising & Commercial

Inspirational & Motivational Lighting

Editorial & Photojournalism Portrait

NEW! The Future of Soaring Photos and Video (DRONE1)

Randy Slavin, Bob Gonsalves

NEW! Making Sense of 4K Video: Demystifying the Tech So You Can Focus on the Images (FM1) «Sponsored by FMC

Abba Shapiro

NEW! Photographer as Entrepreneur: Unleash Your Creative & Financial Potential (MC09) «Sponsored by Leica

Doug Menuez

NEW! Divining the Personal: How to Bring Your Life to Your Projects (MC10) NEW! Capturing Action with Small Flash (PW11) «Sponsored by Sony NEW! The Wild West Side (PW12) «Sponsored by Tamron NEW! Creating the Perfect Portrait Out On Location (PW13) «Sponsored by Tamron

8:00 AM–10:00 AM

Jennifer McClure Tony Gale André Constantine Erik Valind

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10:15 AM–12:15 PM

Portrait

NEW! Marrying Engagements and Weddings with Architecture (PW14)

Lighting

NEW! Lighting, the Dramatic Portrait and Beyond (FA2)

Inspirational & Motivational

Portrait

Business & Marketing

NEW! Re-Discovering Yourself After Career Burnout (FA3) «Sponsored by Canon

Jeremy Cowart

NEW! The Business of Maternity and Newborn Photography with Olympus Visionary Tracie Maglosky (FA5) Tracie Maglosky «Sponsored by Olympus NEW! Share Your Story with your Adobe Creative Cloud Apps (FA6) «Sponsored by Adobe

Al Rossin

Editorial & Photojournalism

NEW! ESPN The Magazine “Body Issue”: The Photography and the Photographers (FA7) Tim Rasmussen, Karen Frank, Kristin Geisler, Kwaku Alston, Ramona Rosales «Sponsored by ESPN, Nikon

Business & Marketing

NEW! Simplify Your Business and Shooting Style to Maximize Profits, Client Referrals and Quality of Life (FA8) Tamara Lackey «Sponsored by Nikon, Adorama, Nations Photo Lab

Motion & Video

Drone

NEW! Seeing the Story: How to Design Visual Stories (and Stop Making Montages) (FM2) «Sponsored by FMC NEW! 10 Drone Tips for Successful Videos (DRONE2) «Sponsored by SMG NEW! From Still to Motion (FM5) «Sponsored by FMC

Richard Harrington

Motion & Video

12:30 PM–1:30 PM

Fine-Art

KEYNOTE Jamel Shabazz on Making Photos, and Making a Difference (FK)

2:00 PM -4:00 PM

Lighting

NEW! Iconic Portrait Lighting (FB2) «Sponsored by Sony

Business & Marketing

NEW! Getting Started with Video Marketing on Social Media (FB3) «Sponsored by Animoto

Business & Marketing

NEW! Who Buys Prints: Understanding the Fine Print Market Today (FB5)

Lighting

Portrait

Brian Smith Sally Sargood Mary Virginia Swanson Chris Knight Clinton Cargill, Jacqueline Bates, Joanna Milter, Caroline Smith, Toby Kaufmann, Ahmed Fakhr

NEW! 10 Must-Know Posing Skills That Will Never Fail You! (FB8) «Sponsored by Canon

Roberto Valenzuela

Post-Production

NEW! Unlock the Power of Photoshop CC - Advanced Tips and Techniques (FB9) «Sponsored by Adobe

Motion & Video

NEW! How to Approach Lighting Interviews Like a Portrait Photographer (FM3) «Sponsored by FMC

Drone

4:15 PM–6:00 PM

Jamel Shabazz

NEW! Finding Rembrandt: Shoot Like the Old Masters (FB6) NEW! What Photo Editors Want Now (FB7) «Sponsored by PDN

Douglas Spotted Eagle

Portrait

Learning Headshots in Front and Behind the Camera (PW17) «Sponsored by Finao

Lori Patrick

Portrait

Portraits Unplugged: Under and On the High Line (PW18)

Portrait

Drone Fine-Art Advertising + Commercial Business & Marketing

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Kevin Ames, Abba Shapiro

David Carol

Travel & Landscape

4:30 PM–6:30 PM

Julieanne Kost

NEW! The Art of Noticing (PW16)

Editorial & Photojournalism

4:30 PM–5:15 PM

NEW! Dronalism/Drones for Journalists (DRONE3) «Sponsored by SMG

Kevin Ames Douglas Spotted Eagle

10:15 AM–4:00 PM

Editorial & Photojournalism

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Collin Pierson Michael Grecco

NEW! Epic Time Lapses (PW19) NEW! Across the River: Portraits Against the Skyline (PW20) «Sponsored by Sony NEW! Tales From the Set (DRONE4A)

Bobbi Lane, Lee Varis Brian Tausend Katrin Eismann Steve Cohen

NEW! Transition to Fine-Art Photography (FC1)

Barry Rosenthal

NEW! From Personal to Commercial: A Guide to Making it Happen (FC2)

Shaniqwa Jarvis

UPDATED! How to Use Social Media to Build Your Career (FC3) «Sponsored by PDN

Conor Risch, Chris Burkard, Malin Fezehai, Dina Litovsky and Ryan Pfluger


OCTOBER

PHOTOMEMBERSSAVE

ON PHOTOPLUS SEMINAR PASSES • PHOTOPLUSEXPO.COM

25-28 26-28 NYC CONFERENCE

EXPO

JAVITS CENTER

Lighting

NEW! Lighting to Tell a Story: Lighting Techniques and Understanding Light (FC4) «Sponsored by LowePro

Ian Spanier

Travel + Landscape

NEW! The Medium-Format Landscape - Create Stunning Images and Prints (FC5) «Sponsored by Epson and Hasselblad

Elizabeth Carmel

Motion + Video

Advertising & Commercial

Business & Marketing Drone

NEW! Get Ready to Edit: A Photographer’s Guide to Importing, Culling, Organizing Footage (FM4) «Sponsored by FMC

Kevin Ames, Abba Shapiro

NEW! Commercial Portraits on a Budget (MC11) «Sponsored by Eizo NEW! They Stole My Work! Now What? (MC12)

Jeff Rojas Jeff Sedlik, John Harrington

NEW! You Gotta Fight For Your Right... to Fly Drones! (DRONE4B)

Steve Cohen

5:30 PM–6:30 PM

SATURDAYOCTOBER Lighting Post-Production

NEW! Finding the Best Light For a Portrait Wherever You Are (PW22) NEW! Digital Workflow - Why Speed Matters! (SA1)

Charles Chessler

8:00 AM–10:00 AM

Jeff Cable

10:15 AM-12:15 PM

«Sponsored by Camera Bits, Drobo

Inspirational & Motivational

NEW! Ditch the Pixel—Finding Passion in Print (SA2)

Peter Coulson

«Sponsored by Zeiss

Post-Production Travel & Landscape

NEW! Fantasy Photo Compositing - Live Studio Demonstration (SA3) NEW! Seize the Night — Taking Your Night Photography to the Next Level (SA4) «Sponsored by Nikon

Travel & Landscape

Karen Alsop Gabriel Biderman, Matt Hill, Chris Nicholson

NEW! Travel and Landscape Photography (SA5)

David Akoubian

«Sponsored by Tamron

Fine-Art

NEW! Twelve Steps to Improve Your Digital Photography (SA6)

Stephen Johnson

« Sponsored by Canon

Editorial & Photojournalism

NEW! Visual Storytelling: How to Gain Trust and Access to the Human Story (SA7)

Deanne Fitzmaurice

« Sponsored by Nikon, Think Tank Photo

Travel & Landscape

NEW! Lights! Camera! Action! Abroad! (SA8)

Me Ra Koh, Brian Tausend

« Sponsored by Sony

Drone

NEW! Drone Photography and Videography Intensive (DRONE5)

Douglas Spotted Eagle

10:15 AM-4:00 PM

Gary Vaynerchuck, Chase Jarvis

12:30 PM-1:30 PM

«Sponsored by SMG

Business & Marketing

KEYNOTE Chase Jarvis in Conversation with Gary Vaynerchuk (SK) «Sponsored by CreativeLive

Inspirational & Motivational Motion & Video

NEW! A Photographic Approach to iPhone Photography (SB1) NEW! Coordinating Main Steps to Produce a Great Concept Film (SB2)

Business & Marketing

NEW! Growing your Social Media Following Within the New State of Professional Photography (SB3)

Business & Marketing

NEW! Should I Really be a Photo Assistant? (SB4)

Jack Hollingsworth

2:00 PM-4:00 PM

Jose Ortiz Dylan Hattem Tony Gale

«Sponsored by Sony

Portrait Travel & Landscape

NEW! Reacting to Natural Light in Portraiture (SB5) Taking Your Travel Photography to a New Level (SB6)

Adrian Murray Andy Katz

«Sponsored by Sony

Post-Production Lighting

NEW! Photoshop for Lightroom Users (SB8) NEW! Light, Intention and the Evocative Portrait (SB9)

Matt Kloskowski Greg Heisler

« As of September 18, 2017. All content is subject to change. Please check www.photoplusexpo.com for complete seminar and expo information and pricing.

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As of September 18, 2017

WEDOCT

AM–PM Lighting

(WA1)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

EVERYDAY OBJECTS TO CREATE HIGH-END FASHION PORTRAITURE Peter Coulson ÂŤ Sponsored by Zeiss

In this seminar, Peter Coulson will cover how to light and pose models with everyday objects. How do you create breathtaking lighting set-ups with a frying pan, or high-end portraiture with bucket? Coulson will demonstrate how easy it is to create breathtaking photographs with anything. Forget expensive lights, the location of the shoot or the model you have—come back to the fundamentals! Business & Marketing

(WA2)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

GET BETTER CLIENTS BOOTCAMP INTENSIVE Ilise Benun, Debbie Millman, Terri Trespicio, Paula Rizzo, Jamie Saunders

In this workshop moderated by Ilise Benun, each panelist will share simple and proven strategies that take their creative business to the next level. Marketing strategies covered include email marketing and content marketing, speaking and thought leadership, focused and customized direct outreach to dream clients and how to get PR and media attention. Attendees will learn how to identify ideal clients and how to bring them in. Post-Production

(WA3)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

PRODUCT RETOUCHING FOR STILL-LIFE PHOTOGRAPHERS AND POST-PRODUCTION ARTISTS Carrie Beene

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Still-life and product retouching use a different approach than beauty or portrait retouching. Product retouching is often full of compositing, which means making great selections—this class will teach you how to get fast, clean selections. Using the Illustrator ďŹ le (in Adobe Photoshop), you’ll learn how to use the styles panel to bevel and emboss, make gradient effects and add shine to your type. Learn how to create strong advertising images for products such as perfume and cosmetics. Post-Production

(WA4)

LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

NEW!

how to market, grow and become proďŹ table within the wedding photography market. It’s not only an overview of the business side of weddings, but also client communications, presentations, in-person sales, day-of prep, engagement sessions, shooting, gear, lighting, post-wedding workow and more. For those that are new to or curious about wedding photography, this class is the perfect launching point.

WEDNESDAYOCT  

PM–PM

FROM CAPTURE TO PRINT

Business & Marketing

Rocco Ancora

LEVEL: ALL

ÂŤ Sponsored by Nikon and Canson Infinity

FUTURE TRENDS PANEL: EYES OF THE MACHINES: WILL SMARTER CAMERAS HELP OR REPLACE PHOTOGRAPHERS?

Rocco Ancora will explore the world of new possibilities using digital-imaging practices. Demonstrating how to take an image from capture to ďŹ nal print, the focus of this class is to learn how to prepare high-quality images in Adobe Photoshop with innovative, creative postproduction techniques and how to establish an efficient printing workow. This class will also focus on empowering photographers on how to choose the right printer for their business. Ancora will demonstrate his process, from monitor and printer calibration to determining the best media for each image. This class will include a practical live printing demo. Wedding

(WA5)

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NEW!

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHER BASE CAMP Melissa Escaro and Paul Pruitt  Sponsored by Miller’s Lab

This workshop will cover the highlights of Photographer Entrepreneur Wedding Photographer Boot Camp on

(TREND) FREE!

Ross Rubin, Panelists TBA ÂŤ Sponsored by PDN

Digital revolutionized photography, but it may have just been a warmup act. As artiďŹ cial intelligence and machine learning master more nuance around what makes aesthetically pleasing photos, they will certainly help amateurs take better pictures. The last few years have seen advances in both in-device and cloud processing that have created cameras that can identify large numbers of objects and easily apply effects with new levels of realism. But as cameras get smarter and more versatile through the addition of computational photography and machine learning, they may come closer to displacing photographers themselves. Join Ross Rubin and a panel of experts in this discussion that will delver into how smarter cameras will create new opportunities for professional photographers, and

at what point they might become a threat.

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(MC01) NEW!

COME HELL OR HIGH WATER: OVERCOMING AND EXCELLING IN ADVERSE CONDITIONS Collin Pierson

Collin Pierson has seen it all: rain, sleet, snow, hurricanes and tornados, just to name a few. This Master Class will challenge you to think of inclement conditions as an opportunity, not a “911.� Using techniques in lighting, composition, and the surroundings to your advantage, Pierson will share some techniques to change your mentality on shooting in any condition. Attendees will walk away from this class with the tools to make a successful shoot happen no matter the situation, and take impossible conditions and turn them into images your clients will love. Lighting LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

(MC02) UPDATED!

THE QUICK AND SIMPLE PORTRAIT Drew Gurian

 Sponsored by Nikon Join portrait photographer Drew Gurian as he shows you a variety of real-world examples shot for clients like Red Bull, Associated Press and Rolling Stone that demonstrate just how easy this whole lighting thing can be. Learn the simple solutions that let you achieve what you need. Lighting can be really confusing—as we’re constantly bombarded with more and more gear—but at the end of the day, less is usually more.


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Š Andrew Hetherington

your camera. Street photography requires you to be fast, nimble and always ready with your gear. Learn how to approach your subject matter, shoot what you see without disrupting the scene and how to look for the less obvious shots.

Jay Maisel ÂŤ Sponsored by Nikon, Epson

NEW!

ÂŤ Sponsored by Tamron

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

TALENT ONLY GETS YOU SO FAR: LEARNING THE BUSINESS OF PHOTOGRAPHY

trends in photojournalism and visual advocacy? These are just some of the questions that will be explored during this discussion with seasoned photographeractivists on how photographers use their art for good.

Monte Isom

Monte Isom will discuss the tools and techniques of starting and running a photography business in the commercial world. He will share how to tailor your work to those who need it and shed light on who is hiring and what they are looking for. From receipts, to taxes, to marketing and understanding the people who hire photographers, this practical class will share way more than any photo school can possibly teach—using plenty of real-world applications. Editorial & Photojournalism(MC04) LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

ART & ADVOCACY: USING PHOTOGRAPHY TO PROMOTE POSITIVE CHANGE

Portrait

(PW01)

LEVEL: ALL

SHOOTING PORTRAITS ON LOCATION Miguel Quiles ÂŤSponsored by Sony

Join Sony Artisan Miguel Quiles as he shows you how he approaches shooting portraits on location. In this session you’ll learn how to scout out great locations, no matter where you are; how to adjust your camera settings to visually stand out, how to communicate with subjects and how to overcome poor lighting conditions, plus lenses that will make your portrait shine.

Manhattans’s midtown on the west side is one of the most interesting neighborhoods in New York City and has been in an state of change since the turn of the last century. From the world famous High Line to construction of the new Zaha Hadid building, to the extension of the 7th avenue subway, this urban landscape offers so much to see in a very concentrated area. And as you might expect, it is a treasure trove of visual imagery. Join AndrÊ Costantini on this exclusive photography walk as we explore street photography and the architecture and forms of the wild west side.

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

STREET PHOTOGRAPHY & THE HIGH LINE WITH OLYMPUS VISIONARY FRANK SMITH

Annie Nyborg, Clay Cook, Michael Bonocore and Joel Caldwell ÂŤ Sponsored by Peak Design

As a result of the current political climate, we’ve seen inspiring growth in grassroots activism around many environmental and social causes. What role can and should photographers play? What are the opportunities and pitfalls of using photography to advance an issue? What are the current

Frank Smith ÂŤ Sponsored by Olympus

On this Photo Walk you will learn new techniques on navigating crowds, being discreet when shooting people, managing the portability of your equipment, which equipment and lens to use and the best settings on

Light, gesture and color are synonymous with all of Jay Maisel’s images. These elements, coupled with an awareness of ďŹ gure-ground relationships or photographic optical illusion, constitute a crucial part of image presentation. In this seminar, Maisel will show you how and why images challenge perception and why you do not always see what you think you see. The emphasis will be on perception, not manipulation. Maisel will also discuss how he uses digital technology to enhance the way he works and will show new work on several themes. Lighting LEVEL: BEGINNER

(PW5)

Joel Grimes

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

ÂŤ Sponsored by Canon

HOW TO SHOOT PORTRAITS IN UGLY LOCATIONS THAT DON’T NEED PHOTOSHOP! Peter Coulson

Reignite your love and excitement for photography by seeing how Peter Coulson works outdoors, commercially and during his own creative photoshoots. Learn Coulson’s techniques for how to ďŹ nd the perfect light in the ugliest locations, with any model or client, creating awless beauty portraits and fashion photographs. Learn how to create photos that do not need any Photoshopping!

(TA2) NEW!

MASTER THE MOST BEAUTIFUL LIGHT IN THE WORLD

Portrait

ÂŤ Sponsored by Zeiss

Editorial & Photojournalism (PW2)

LEVEL: ALL

PERCEPTION, LIGHT, GESTURE, COLOR AND NEW WORK

Editorial & Photojournalism (PW3)

AndrĂŠ Constantini

(MC03)

Editorial & Photojournalism (TA1)

LEVEL: ALL

THE WILD WEST SIDE

Business & Marketing

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Joel Grimes believes that to compete in today’s marketplace, you have to master the use of light. Follow Grimes as he shows you how to master the most beautiful light in the world without lighting ratios, a ash meter or schematics. Attendees will walk away with conďŹ dence that mastering lighting can be learned. Motion/Video LEVEL: ALL

(TA3) NEW!

SCOUTING, PRODUCING, SHOOTING & EDITING: BECOMING A ‘SHREDITOR’ Jonathan Edwards

“Shreditorâ€? is an umbrella term for scouting, producing, shooting and editing professional ďŹ lm. Join Jonathan Edwards in this

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PDN INTERNATIONALCONFERENCEANDEXPO•NYCJAVITSCENTER introduction to shooting ďŹ lm as a freelance director, working with agencies, brands and clients. He will discuss work styles, techniques, shooting and color grading, as well as social media, marketing and brand awareness. Learn about a wide range of gear and when to utilize the correct tools. Business & Marketing

NEW!

PDN’S 30: STRATEGIES FOR LAUNCHING AND BUILDING A CAREER IN TODAY’S MARKET

Post-Production

(TA6)

Holly Hughes, Cait Oppermann, Sasha

LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

NEW!

Arutyunova and Tony Gale

PRESERVING YOUR PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY

ÂŤSponsored by PDN

Photographers selected for PDN’s 30 2017: New and Emerging Photographers to Watch will explain the steps they took to hone their styles, build a successful portfolio, and build a network of clients who support their work. Joined by a veteran photographer with a track record of building repeat business, they’ll share their approaches to marketing, networking, funding photo projects and valuable information a freelancer needs to run their business. A creative who hires photographers will explain the right way to approach clients and earn their trust. This seminar offers photographers at all levels of experience inspiration and practical information. Business & Marketing LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

ÂŤ Sponsored by PhotoShelter

Debra Weiss

In today’s world, your attention is coveted. Individuals, brands and organizations are begging for you to notice them across a multitude of platforms. Visual creators must make a difficult choice: Do we relentlessly chase views, likes and retweets

Too often our fears block our path to success. Freelancers, especially those in the creative ďŹ elds, take that fear to a new level. You do not have to fall victim to this. You have more power than you think. This seminar will share practical tips

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This action-packed course is designed for the busy photographer wanting techniques they can put into practice immediately. Bambi Cantrell is world-renowned for her ability to capture breathtaking images in both wedding and portrait. She will demonstrate simple, effective things you can do to create gorgeous images that stand the test of time. In addition, she will give you some fresh ideas that are sure to captivate you and your clients. Learn the art of posing and lighting effectively to atter any subject.

Inspirational & Motivational (TA7)

Andrew Fingerman

LEVEL: ALL

ÂŤ Sponsored by Nikon

Photographers, companies and families have extensive photo collections that need to be digitized, managed, restored and shared. Learn techniques for rapid capture and image repair from two of the best teachers around. Peter Krogh will demonstrate how to make high-quality camera scans of slides, negatives and prints, taken from the techniques in his new book, Digitizing Your Photos. Katrin Eismann will then show how to get the most out of the images, demonstrating techniques from the fourth edition of her book, Restoration and Retouching. This class will help photographers unlock their own image collections, as well as develop new services that can be offered to clients.

OVERCOMING FEAR: HOW TO HAVE THE CAREER YOU WANT

(TA8)

Bambi Cantrell

Katrin Eismann and Peter Krogh

LEVEL: ALL

Wedding

WEDDING PHOTOGRAPHY—POSING FOR PERFECTION

(TA5) NEW!

BUILDING AN AUDIENCE IN THE AGE OF DISTRACTION

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that can be used to get past whatever is preventing you from achieving your goals. Learn tips and techniques to overcome your fears and increase your chance for success.

Š Bambi Cantrell

LEVEL: ALL

(TA4)

as the “formula� to gain new clients, or is it just a march toward losing our souls through the “necessary evil� of selfpromotion? PhotoShelter CEO Andrew Fingerman will offer you a better way, sharing insights into strategically building an audience based on your own personal authenticity as a creator, and showing you how to uncover quality content in your own creative work that will help engage people and grow your client base.

THURSDAYOCT  

PM– PM Business & Marketing LEVEL: ALL

(TK) KEYNOTE!

TODAY’S WOMAEN IN PHOTOGRAPHY & FILM Latoya Ruby Frazier, Rachel Morrison, Sue Bryce and Barbara Davidson  Sponsored by Canon

Latoya Ruby Frazier, Rachel Morrison, Sue Bryce and Barbara Davidson will share their work and explain how they found the subjects that have ignited their commitment and passion. These visual storytellers will share the challenges of working in a male-dominated ďŹ eld, what’s inspired their creativity and drive, and the personal experiences that motivate their concern for the subjects they photograph. Sponsored by Canon, this panel will highlight career-deďŹ ning images and new work by each of the photographers, and provide inspiration on making images that are both deeply personal and universally relevant.


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worked at creating images that his clients are proud of for the last 17 years. He’ll teach you his simple but effective techniques to pull out an individual’s personality, while drawing from his personal experiences to show just how touching these crucial moments have been throughout his career. Join Hurley as he teaches you that a portrait you’ve taken should simply be a byproduct of the experience you had the opportunity to give someone. Business & Marketing LEVEL: ALL

(TB4) NEW!

Š Art Streiber

THE CONTENT CREATOR’S GUIDE TO WORKING WITH TOP BRANDS AND DESTINATIONS Kody McCormick and Kyler McCormick

THURSDAYOCT  

PM–PM Students & Educators SHOW FLOOR THEATRE

FREE!

CREATING A SUSTAINABLE CAREER

(TB2)

LEVEL: ALL

THURSDAYOCT  

PM–PM

STRATEGIC STAYING POWER—MAINTAINING A PHOTOGRAPHIC CAREER IN AN EVER-CHANGING MARKETPLACE

NEW!

Andrew Hetherington

Dixie Dixon, Deanne Fitzmaurice,

Portrait

(TBI)

Matthew Jordan Smith, Holly Hughes

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

ÂŤSponsored by PDNedu, Nikon

DECONSTRUCTING POSING

When you’re starting out as a full-time photographer, getting your ďŹ rst clients and living shoot to shoot, thinking ahead ten, 20 or 30 years may seem impractical. But what are some steps you can take early on to make your career not only successful, but enduring? In this panel for students and educators, presented by PDNedu, you’ll learn how to build your future in photography with longevity in mind from three Nikon Ambassadors: commercial fashion photographer Dixie Dixon, world-renowned celebrity portraitist Matthew Jordan Smith and Pulitzer Prize-winning photojournalist Deanne Fitzmaurice. The panel, moderated by PDN editor Holly Hughes, will be followed by a

Advertising/Commercial

reception with the opportunity to speak with the photographers.

Jerry Ghionis ÂŤSponsored by Nikon

Jerry Ghionis will share posing techniques and and demonstrate how he directs his clients to achieve fun and fashionable images, including speciďŹ c poses for plus size brides, odd height couples and couples who don’t want to be posed. He’ll share how to create more relaxed bridal party portraits and more intimate family portraits as well. This workshop is a must for beginners and experienced professionals alike to reďŹ ne and ďŹ nesse their posing skills. You’ll be inspired, educated and entertained by one of the industries brightest stars!

Andrew Hetherington will lead a panel of successful photographers in a discussion on what it takes to maintain a career and stay relevant both creatively and commercially. Photographers will discuss their strategies for being competitive, how they’ve navigated and adapted to a rapidly changing marketplace, and tips on leveraging personal projects to get clients, selfpromotion and social media, bidding and contracts, shooting video, networking and more. Participants can expect to get an honest look at what it takes to run and grow a successful career. Inspirational & Motivational (TB3) LEVEL: ALL

THE POWER OF THE PORTRAIT Peter Hurley ÂŤSponsored by Canon

Peter Hurley has diligently

NEW!

Join TEDx speakers and sponsored adventure ďŹ lmmakers Kody and Kyler McCormick of The Outbound Life as they share exclusive insight on the business of content creation and social inuencing. This unprecedented panel will give an intimate look at the relationship between worldrenowned social inuencers and content creators, as well as top brands and travel destinations. Special guests will be announced! Editorial & Photojournalism (TB5) LEVEL: ALL

THE BIG PICTURE: EDITORIAL PHOTOGRAPHY BEHIND THE SCENES Art Streiber

Find out what it takes to produce a photo shoot for leading magazines. Art Streiber will reveal how some of his images for Entertainment Weekly, Newsweek and Vanity Fair came together. He’ll discuss how to edit, manage and store your editorial archive; the importance of custom printing; how to negotiate your way through the creative process; how to hammer out the details of pre-production and reďŹ ne post-production; how to get your next assignment; and how you can utilize the web for editorial

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(TB6)

LEVEL: ALL

HOW TO PRODUCE AWARD-WINNING VIDEO Bob Sacha

Bob Sacha, a former MediaStorm producer, will break the video narrative process down, focusing on audio as the foundation of storytelling. He will explain how to use interviewing techniques that elicit surprising information and authentic emotion from subjects. Attendees will learn how to use ambient sound, sound effects and music to add emotional texture to the audio, and Sacha will offer tips and advice about how to record high-quality audio. He will explain how to switch your visual thinking from still photography mode to video mode. Inspirational & Motivational (TB7) LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

YOUR PICTURE ON THE WALL: DEALING WITH COLLECTORS W.M. Hunt and Efrem Zelony-Mindell

How should a photographer approach a collector? The answer is probably that they shouldn’t. Collectors are like cats: they scare easily. Join us for a panel of photo collectors who will offer up other strategies for approach. “Your Picture on the Wallâ€? is the latest in a series of panels that has been organized for PhotoPlus Expo for over 20 years by W.M. Hunt. This panel will encourage photographers to be imaginative and realistic in navigating the ďŹ ne-art marketplace. Portrait

(TB8)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

AWAKEN YOUR CREATIVE VISION Alexis Cuarezma ÂŤ Sponsored by Bay Photo

Go inside a portrait session with

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Alexis Cuarezma and see what’s essential for creating images with impact and emotion. Learn how to quickly connect with your subject to have a harmonious relationship during the shoot. Cuarezma will go over lighting setups, theories and concepts to help you recognize and create images with impact. He will show you results from a 39-second photo shoot with a world-class athlete, and how he simultaneously executed two separate lighting setups during an assignment for Sports Illustrated to give the editors what they wanted, while still creating images for himself. Post-Production LEVEL: ALL

THURSDAYOCT    PM–PM Lighting

(PW06)

city to shoot your own urban landscapes. You will walk through some of his favorite spots, known for their dynamic design, and learn to shoot strategically from the magic hour and into darkness.

LEVEL: ALL

URBAN LANDSCAPES— LIGHT, SHADOWS & UTILIZING ARCHITECTURAL BACKGROUNDS

(TB9) NEW!

UNLOCK THE POWER OF LIGHTROOM CC—EDIT AND SHARE PHOTOS ANYWHERE, ANYTIME Julieanne Kost Sponsored by Adobe

Julieanne Kost will demonstrate how to add personal style to your images by mastering the Lightroom tools needed to enhance, reďŹ ne and add creative effects. Explore Lightroom’s powerful global and local non-destructive image adjustments including color and tonal enhancements, custom conversions to black and white, and special vintage and traditional darkroom effects. Learn how to create presets to quickly apply these effects to multiple images and prepare your images for ďŹ nal delivery. Discover how photographs are seamlessly managed across devices and the cloud. This session will be a mixture of practical techniques and inspirational tips that will help photographers of all levels.

Š Michael Grecco

growth. This class is great for beginner and intermediate editorial photographers, as well as advanced photographers looking to reďŹ ne their process.Â

Inspirational & Motivational (PW07) LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

THE ZEN OF STREET PHOTOGRAPHY: A DAILY PRACTICE

Michael Grecco

Doug Menuez

Be part of Michael Grecco’s renowned Urban Landscape Project by joining him on an exciting hands-on Photo Walk through the greatest city in the world, New York. He will show you how to hunt for light, manage shadow and use the great architectural background of the

ÂŤ Sponsored by Leica

On this street photography Photo Walk, Doug Menuez will share how he combines his documentary techniques with a deliberate zen mindfulness that allows him to enter a zone of hyper-awareness and concentration. He’ll also share


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This workshop is great for photographers looking to extend their knowledge and insights into this inspiring ďŹ eld. Adler will cover the most important elements including setting up an editorial shoot, core terminology, ďŹ nding a creative team, basic marketing tips and more. The presentation will conclude with a demonstration of a few of Adler’s favorite beauty and fashion lighting techniques. Business & Marketing LEVEL: ALL

(TC2) NEW!

MAXIMIZE YOUR PROFITS. PROTECT AND ENFORCE YOUR RIGHTS

Š Gerd Ludwig

Jeff Sedlik

his philosophy about respecting his subjects, discussing the ďŹ ne line between telling their stories and exploiting them. Then, he’ll discuss choosing the right equipment and technical issues. Street photography brings a special kind of joy that involves embracing the mystery of life, especially in New York City. Motion & Video

(PW08)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

TIME-LAPSE PHOTOGRAPHY WITH DREW GERACI Andrew Geraci ÂŤSponsored by Sony

Learn how to shoot professional-grade time-lapse sequences using just your camera and tripod. Seasoned time-lapse cinematographer Drew Geraci will demonstrate how to elevate your time-lapse photography and take it to the next level. During this course you’ll learn advanced exposure, camera and post-production techniques that will make your ďŹ nal product pop when it’s brought to life!

Portrait LEVEL: BEGINNER

(PW09) NEW!

AUTHENTIC STREET PORTRAITS WITH KENNA KLOSTERMAN Kenna Klosterman ÂŤSponsored by CreativeLive

This Photo Walk is for photographers who want to get comfortable connecting with people on a more intimate level. Kenna Klosterman will lead photographers through the streets of New York City, teaching by example how to approach strangers—even those that don’t speak the same language. This is not about using your 70200mm lens to capture someone from a distance; this is about connection. Using body language and eye contact, and ďŹ nding commonalities before you shoot, you’ll learn how to improve your portraits by putting yourself out there and conquering fears! Lighting LEVEL: BEGINNER

(PW10) NEW!

SHALLOW DOF USING HIGH SPEED SYNC AND ND FILTERS Joel Grimes

ÂŤSponsored by Canon

Follow Joel Grimes as he takes you out in the ďŹ eld to showcase High Speed Syncing technology and how to achieve the same results using ND ďŹ lters. You will be blown away at how simple it is to create dynamic, shallow depth-of-ďŹ eld portraits. In the real world, you can’t always place your subjects in a perfect background. Learn a set of techniques that gives you the ability to have perfect control over your lighting, but also allows you to choose the aperture you desire.

Discover the most important questions to ask your clients and how to use their answers to win the job. Craft your estimates, proposals and invoices to increase your proďŹ ts and avoid misunderstandings. Recognize and overcome the ten worst phrases that commercial and editorial clients hide in their purchase orders and contracts to grab your rights and saddle you with liability. ConďŹ dently negotiate with clients and effectively respond to client requests for “buy-outsâ€? and “work made for hireâ€? terms. Jeff Sedlik will provide you with effective, step-by-step procedures to maximize your proďŹ ts and protect your rights. Advertising/Commercial LEVEL: ALL

THURSDAYOCT   PM–PM

(TC3) NEW!

HOW TO BID AD JOBS (AND WIN) Dave Walker, Kathryn Tyrrel O’Connor, Greg Lhotsky and Jamie Applebaum Sponsored by PDN

Editorial & Photojournalism (TC1) LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

NEW!

FASHION & BEAUTY PHOTOGRAPHY ESSENTIALS Lindsay Adler ÂŤSponsored by Canon

Lindsay Adler will introduce you to the exciting, fast-paced and creative world of fashion and beauty photography.

Knowing how to bid for jobs is as critical to your success as a strong portfolio. How you bid reects your production values and capabilities, and gives clients the conďŹ dence to hire you—or not. This seminar will cover bidding skills and practices for today’s assignments. Panelists will demonstrate how to bid for a mock integrated assignment

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(TC4) NEW!

CROWDFUNDING: EXCITING NEW RESOURCES FOR PHOTOGRAPHERS Lou Jones and Michael DeStefano «Sponsored by Nikon

Crowdfunding can be an integral part of transforming projects from ideas into financially supported opportunities. New and exciting outlets have opened up for funding and reaching new audiences. Lou Jones and Mike DeStefano will show you how to apply to your own ideas—photo books, storytelling, exhibitions, films and adventures—to crowdfunding. They will use the recent success of the panAFRICAproject Kickstarter campaign as a basis for this demonstration, from personal writings and interactions with audiences, to technical planning, execution and fulfillment behind the scenes. Lighting

(TC5)

LEVEL: ALL

UPDATED!

MINUS 2/3 - THE (NEARLY) INVISIBLE STROBE Gerd Ludwig

Gerd Ludwig will share a wide range of strobe uses, from utilizing strobes at highspeed sync in broad daylight to enhancing extreme long exposures at night by fi ring the flashes multiple times. He will share his methods and show examples both from his personal projects and his many years of photographing

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on assignment for National Geographic. Ludwig will also share his secrets to surviving in today’s marketplace, using crowdfunding and social media to get personal projects financed and seen by a wider audience. Business & Marketing LEVEL: ALL

LEVEL: ALL

(MC05) NEW!

Brett Florens «Sponsored by Rotolight

Brett Florens has created a business that attracts affluent clients that host events in dream destinations around the globe. He will take you through the necessary factors of destination photography such as visas, finding assistants, transporting gear, getting permits for shooting in public places, what to pack, what not to pack and when to pack it in. He will also discuss communication with the client and dealing with foreign suppliers. If you would like to expand your business abroad, then this presentation is the first step to realizing your vision. (MC06)

LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

RADIO TTL SPEEDLIGHTS! NEW TECH, NEW POSSIBILITIES! Joe McNally «Sponsored by Nikon

In this two-hour session, a whole new world of flash will be discussed, interpreted, explained and demonstrated by Joe McNally. Radio-controlled TTL flashes are the current standard in speedlights, and Joe will explore and explain this technology. A professional model will be present, and McNally will also pull subjects from the crowd. He will show examples of light and light theory, while engaging the audience in an ongoing Q&A and offering tips, tricks, stories and survival strategies derived from many years on location in over 60 countries and all 50 states.

NEW!

to get beyond the paradigm of “the grind.” Editorial & Photojournalism (MC08)

Kitfox Valentín

LEVEL: ALL

«Sponsored by Bay Photo

PHOTOJOURNALISM OUTSIDE THE BOX

Pursuing a career in your passion can be very rewarding, but it’s easy to let that passion become a grind if you can’t find your balance. Join conceptual photographer Kitfox Valentín for reflections on and insights into being a career photographer and a multi-faceted human being. He’ll look at the relationship between personal and advertising work, how personal work feeds the soul and attracts clients and the development of personal relationships. He’ll also reflect on creative problem solving and how

DESTINATION ANYWHERE

Lighting

(MC07)

PERSONALXPORTFOLIO: SHOOTING IN BALANCE

© Doug Menuez

including print, social media and video components. They will discuss what questions to ask in pre-bid phone calls, explain creative treatments, talk about fees and line item expenses with current market rate numbers, and provide tips for estimating the numbers competitively, without compromising the client’s production or your business. Panelists will also offer insight into how clients evaluate bids and use them to hire photographers.

NEW!

Ron Haviv, Ashley Gilbertson and Gary Knight « Sponsored by FUJIFILM and VII

Photojournalists today—veterans and rookies alike—share common elements unique to the profession: a desire to tell stories, to explore the world and to effect change. Today there is a fragmented media landscape, diminishing financial value and an overabundance of imagery, and finding a way to not only survive but thrive is a challenge for us all. In this seminar, VII photographers


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Š Jeremy Cowart

technology in aerial photography, videography, and cinema. Drones have received mixed reviews from the media industries and the public alike, from fascination to hysteria, and their entrance into the consumer market has led to the creation of regulations and licensing programs. Many award-winning photos, movies and TV series employ this technology designed to free the camera from the tripod. Take this seminar to learn how to choose a drone that’s right for you, how to stay safe and follow regulations and, most importantly, what the future of drones looks like in our industry. Advertising/Commercial will explain how they have used alternative approaches to support and execute their projects and will motivate attendees to ďŹ nd their own successful path to a sustainable career as a photojournalist.

LEVEL: ALL

(MC09) NEW!

PHOTOGRAPHER AS ENTREPRENEUR: UNLEASH YOUR CREATIVE AND FINANCIAL POTENTIAL Doug Menuez ÂŤ Sponsored by Leica

FRIOCT

AM– AM Motion/Video

(FM1)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

MAKING SENSE OF 4K VIDEO: DEMYSTIFYING THE TECH SO YOU CAN FOCUS ON THE IMAGES Abba Shapiro ÂŤ Sponsored by FMC

The technology in a modern DLSR or mirrorless camera can be a bit daunting. Join Abba Shapiro as he unlocks the settings you need to know to capture quality video. You’ll learn about capture, audio and the exposure triangle so that your shots look and sound professional. Drone

(DRONE1)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

THE FUTURE OF SOARING PHOTOS AND VIDEO Randy Slavin and Bob Gonsalves

The last two decades have seen an explosion in drone

Doug Menuez will reveal the hard lessons he had to learn to succeed at the highest level. He will explain the counter-intuitive thinking that the entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley taught him and how he used it to get inspired, blow up his career and start over. By challenging yourself creatively and embracing the power of entrepreneurship, you can have the most creatively and ďŹ nancially satisfying career you can imagine. You’ll leave this class on a mission, armed with proven marketing and business tools to thrive in today’s turbulent photo world and to fulďŹ ll your greatest potential. Inspirational & Motivational (MC10) LEVEL: ALL

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DIVINING THE PERSONAL: HOW TO BRING YOUR LIFE TO YOUR PROJECTS Jennifer McClure

Learn how photography can help you make sense of your world and reveal personal patterns. Jennifer McClure will cover strategies for using your

emotions and experiences as a basis for a compelling photographic journey. The most important item in your toolkit is your unique point of view. McClure will show you how to translate your interior narratives and passions into concrete photographs, focusing on subject matter, composition, lighting and editing. Lighting

(PW11)

LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

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CAPTURING ACTION WITH SMALL FLASH Tony Gale ÂŤ Sponsored by Sony

Learn how to capture motion with a small ash on this outdoor Photo Walk with Tony Gale. Participants will learn how to improve available light by using one or several small off-camera ashes, as well as when and how to use HSS (high-speed sync), TTL or manual settings on your ash. This Photo Walk will feature live models and participants will be encouraged to test out the ideas and tips they learn.

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CREATING THE PERFECT PORTRAIT OUT ON LOCATION Erik Valind ÂŤSponsored by Tamron

On this Photo Walk you will get to combine real New York City locations with a professional model and tons on-location lens and lighting advice from New York City-based assignment photographer Erik Valind. You’ll learn how your lens’s focal length can shape the story of your environmental portrait, and how creative control of the depth of ďŹ eld can lead to more impactful portraits. You’ll learn the tricks to ďŹ nessing the best possible light out of your reectors, as well as how to diffuse and redirect harsh direct sunlight. Then, with the help of a beautiful model, you’ll get to jump in and photograph too! Portrait

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Editorial & Photojournalism (PW12)

MARRYING ENGAGEMENTS & WEDDINGS WITH ARCHITECTURE

LEVEL: ALL

Collin Pierson

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THE WILD WEST SIDE AndrĂŠ Constantini ÂŤ Sponsored by Tamron

Manhattans’s midtown on the west side is one of the most interesting neighborhoods in New York City and has been in an state of change since the turn of the last century. From the world famous High Line to construction of the new Zaha Hadid building, to the extension of the 7th avenue subway, this urban landscape offers so much to see in a very concentrated area. And as you might expect, it is a treasure trove of visual imagery. Join AndrÊ Costantini on this exclusive photography walk as we explore street photography and the architecture and forms of the wild west side.

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Collin Pierson will show you how the architecture and light of a city can change the game for your portraits, engagement sessions and weddings. This Photo Walk is great for those who want to step away from “safe� photos and add that something extra to engagement shoots. Using core principals of perspective, light and symmetry, Pierson will head out on the streets to incorporate New York City architecture into shots. Attendees will walk away with the formula for creating showpiece artwork for their clients’ homes.

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creative work. You have the apps, learn how to apply them to work for you!

LEVEL: ALL

Business & Marketing

LIGHTING, THE DRAMATIC PORTRAIT AND BEYOND

LEVEL: ALL

ESPN THE MAGAZINE “BODY ISSUE”: THE PHOTOGRAPHY AND THE PHOTOGRAPHERS

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Michael Grecco

Using his own work as reference, Michael Grecco will explain his techniques for creating light and shadow, demonstrating how he creates his stylistic and dramatic images. He will explain how he produces his awardwinning motion work, including cinemagraphs and videos. The last 20 minutes of this seminar will be a Q&A, and some of his specialty gear will be shown. Inspirational & Motivational (FA3) LEVEL: ALL

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RE-DISCOVERING YOURSELF AFTER CAREER BURNOUT Jeremy Cowart « Sponsored by Canon

Celebrity photographer Jeremy Cowart will discuss his career: the highs, the lows and what he does when it comes time to reinvent himself. He’ll also discuss the importance of diversifying your income and interests in this super in-depth, honest look at what a photography career looks like in these changing times. Attendees will walk away inspired, with ideas on how to diversify their income. Portrait

(FA5)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

Editorial & Photojournalism (FA7) LEVEL: ALL

(FA6) NEW!

SHARE YOUR STORY WITH YOUR ADOBE CREATIVE CLOUD APPS

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Tim Rasmussen, Karen Frank, Kristen

Al Rossin

Geisler, Kwaku Alston and Ramona

« Sponsored by Adobe

Rosales

Included with your Creative Cloud membership are a few apps that, along with Lightroom and Photoshop, make it easy to share your work with the world. Tell your story and show off your best work with Spark Page, Spark Post, Portfolio, and Behance. See how easy it is to apply text and design to a photo for social posting. Learn how to turn words and images into engaging web stories to impress any reader. Create a beautiful, creative portfolio website with a few clicks using images straight out of your Lightroom catalog. Promote your work on Behance—a leading online platform for showcasing

« Sponsored by ESPN, Nikon

A presentation that will cover the process of creating ESPN The Magazine’s “Body Issue”— from the subjects, to the photo production, the photographers and the editors. This panel of top editors and photographers will share their secrets of what it takes to make “Body Issue” images. Business & Marketing LEVEL: ALL

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SIMPLIFY YOUR BUSINESS AND SHOOTING STYLE TO MAXIMIZE PROFITS, CLIENT REFERRALS AND QUALITY OF LIFE Tamara Lackey

« Sponsored by Nikon, Adorama, Nations Photo Lab

Participants will leave this information-packed class with ways to simplify their photography business and shooting style, in order to maximize profit and client referrals and improve their quality of life as a working photographer. In this high-energy program, Tamara Lackey will discuss tips to improve your shooting and lighting style via behind-the-scenes examples and footage, to show how cutting out unnecessary effort can create photographs with more impact. Motion/Video

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NEW!

SEEING THE STORY: HOW TO DESIGN VISUAL STORIES (AND STOP MAKING MONTAGES) Kevin Ames « Sponsored by FMC

We hear stories all the time; seeing them is another story. Once the story is known, it’s time for the visuals. Visuals enhance and support the narrative. What the audience sees compels and

THE BUSINESS OF MATERNITY AND NEWBORN PHOTOGRAPHY WITH OLYMPUS VISIONARY TRACIE MAGLOSKY Tracie Maglosky

From setting up your business for success from the start to daily tasks that lead to high achievement, get down to the nitty gritty of running your portrait studio. Walk away from this class

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« Sponsored by Olympus


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on and students are welcome to bring their own laptop. Learn how to submit shots to services like Adobe Stock for extra revenue.

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KEYNOTE

JAMEL SHABAZZ ON MAKING PHOTOS, AND MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Š Chris Knight

Jamel Shabazz

drives the understanding of what they hear. This session explores methods of describing a story in terms of what is seen. Participants will learn to describe the story in terms of what is seen so even if nothing is heard, the message comes through.

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NEW!

FROM STILL TO MOTION Richard Harrington

Drone

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10 DRONE TIPS FOR SUCCESSFUL VIDEOS Douglas Spotted Eagle ÂŤSponsored by Sundance Media Group

While ying your drone is a skill, knowing how to capture the best video from your UAV ights is equally, if not more important. In this overview session, we will examine the top 10 expert tips to inspire successful video output from your drone ights. Topics covered will be an overview of safety procedures, setup and planning for your ight, post-ight requirements and, ultimately, how to create great video.

ÂŤSponsored by FMC

This all-day workshop offers photographers complete exposure to the video production process. Join Richard Harrington as he discusses the process of making professional video and start your journey off right by learning the most direct path to getting great images and keeping clients happy. Learn how to master your camera settings how to create a shot list, how to get steady shots and more. Explore how to import and organize your footage in Premiere Pro, put together a sequence and tackle the basics of audio and color— this portion of the class is hands

For over 35 years, renowned street photographer Jamel Shabazz has been making images driven by a mission “to inspire peace and harmony.� In this keynote presentation, he’ll show images from some of his half-dozen photo books, including Back in The Days, the groundbreaking bestseller that remains in print more than 15 years after its debut, and his recent collection, Sights in the City. He’ll share the stories behind his most iconic photos, his enduring connection to the young people he photographed, and his commitment to sharing what was best in his community. Shabazz has said, “I realized that my life’s mission over these past three decades has been to contribute to the preservation of world history and culture for future generations to see and learn from.� In this motivational talk, he’ll share his optimistic commitment to using photography as a force for good.

iconic portraits of Hollywood’s A-list and Fortune’s 600. Learn how to control the quality of light, and how the choice between hard light and soft light allows you to control the mood. Learn which lighting modiďŹ ers he uses to control and shape light and shadow, which to sculpt light in the studio and how to overcome harsh daylight by blending strobe with ambient light on location. You’ll learn how to work quickly under pressure, on both small and large productions, to make everyone you photograph look and feel like a star. Business & Marketing LEVEL: ALL

GETTING STARTED WITH VIDEO MARKETING ON SOCIAL MEDIA Sally Sargood ÂŤ Sponsored by Animoto

With Facebook, YouTube, Instagram and Snapchat, video content is the most efficient way to market your business right now. Sally Sargood will show you how you can use video to market your business and get clients on social media. She will share the “why,â€? complete with facts, stats and case studies that show real video marketing that led to bookings and increased sales. She will also share the “how,â€? with tips on using your camera to shoot video, what to shoot and the best practices for creating share-worthy videos for social media. You’ll learn the ďŹ ve types of marketing videos you can start making today. Business & Marketing

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LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

Lighting

Mary Virginia Swanson

LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

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ICONIC PORTRAIT LIGHTING Brian Smith ÂŤSponsored by Sony

Brian Smith will break down the lighting he’s used to create

(FB3) NEW!

(FB5) NEW!

WHO BUYS PRINTS: UNDERSTANDING THE FINE PRINT MARKET TODAY In a time when many ďŹ neprint sales occur through third parties such as art consultants and interior designers, at art fairs or online, this seminar and accompanying professional panel will review the current and future

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10 MUST-KNOW POSING SKILLS THAT WILL NEVER FAIL YOU! Roberto Valenzuela ÂŤ Sponsored by Canon

In this unique course, Roberto Valenzuela—author of three topselling books, including Picture Perfect Posing—will share ten posing elements that you can always count on. No matter what or who you are shooting, these posing tips will not only get you through it, but will also give you complete control of the shoot.

stage for successful interviews by making them visually compelling. Many struggle with which lights to use and where to place them for the most dynamic shot. This session explores the concepts of lighting, so no matter what instruments are on set, your result will be dynamic. This session is perfect for making those “talking heads� bask in the limelight. Drone

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NEW!

DRONALISM/DRONES FOR JOURNALISTS Douglas Spotted Eagle ÂŤSponsored by Sundance Media Group

Post-Production LEVEL: ALL

(FB9) NEW!

Š Brian Tausend

UNLOCK THE POWER OF PHOTOSHOP CC ADVANCED TIPS AND TECHNIQUES Julieanne Kost ÂŤSponsored by Adobe

market for ďŹ ne prints. Attendees will gain an understanding of the legacy of collection photographs in the US, an awareness of challenges to the traditional gallery representation model, an overview of the new markets for photographs, and perspective on representing yourself in the ďŹ ne print market. Lighting

(FB6)

LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

NEW!

FINDING REMBRANDT: SHOOT LIKE THE OLD MASTERS Chris Knight

There’s a reason photographers know the artist Rembrandt by name. In this class, you’ll learn the history of the portrait and how its historical inuence is seen today. Chris will show how to create depth in your images and master highlights and shadow through incredibly simple lighting setups. After this class, you’ll be able to use the artistic techniques of some of the greatest portraitists and utilize them in your own imagery.

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NEW!

WHAT PHOTO EDITORS WANT NOW Clinton Cargill, Jaqueline Bates, Joanna Milter, Caroline Smith, Toby Kaufmann and Ahmed Fakhr ÂŤSponsored by PDN

Photo editors will explain what skills and styles they’re looking for, and how photography and video serves their editorial mission and style of their brands in print, digital, social media or mobile applications. Using examples of work they’ve recently assigned or published, they’ll explain all aspects of their work, includingÂ ďŹ nding photographers, generating ideas, conceiving and planning shoots, communicating and negotiating with photographers, and selecting and sequencing images for different readers, uses and brands. The panelists will share their experiences ďŹ nding new talent, evaluating pitches from photographers, and communicating with photographers to produce work that ďŹ ts their editorial needs.

Julieanne Kost will demonstrate little-known features, essential shortcuts and hidden gems for photographers using Photoshop. If you’re looking for serious insights and solid skills you can put to use immediately, then this is a seminar you can’t afford to miss! A partial list of topics Kost will cover includes customizing your Photoshop workspace and tools for your everyday tasks; using the Layers panel with increased efficiency; discussion of Artboards, Smart Objects, and Creative Cloud Libraries; working with shapes, paths and type; advanced masking, compositing, and transformation techniques; Camera Raw Adjustment Layers and more. Motion/Video

(FM3)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

HOW TO APPROACH LIGHTING INTERVIEWS LIKE A PORTRAIT PHOTOGRAPHER Kevin Ames and Abba Shapiro ÂŤSponsored by FMC

Interviews are a staple of the motion professional’s business. Creating effective lighting sets the

Douglas Spotted Eagle will discuss rules that apply to drones and journalists, safety practices, concerns related to drone-journalism, and provide resources for journalists seeking to add aerial cameras to their tool kit. They’ll show several different drones, camera setups, and will discuss how to achieve the images necessary for print and web photography and video. They’ll look at examples of proper and improper use of drones, and how better images might have been achieved.

FRIDAYOCT    PM–PM Editorial & Photojournalism (PW16) LEVEL: ALL

THE ART OF NOTICING David Carol

The streets of a major metropolis are fast-paced and chaotic. Our job as photographers is to organize the chaos—to be aware and to compose our images within the ebb and ow of humanity. The skills to photograph the subtleties of life can always be learned and improved. Learn how to notice and organize the chaos. David Carol’s class will teach you how to ďŹ nd your style and present your photographic point of view to the world.


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(PW17)

LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

LEARNING HEADSHOTS IN FRONT AND BEHIND THE CAMERA Lori Patrick ÂŤ Sponsored by Finao

Anyone can use a good headshot these days. Thanks to the shift from print to fast-paced online needs ranging from websites to LinkedIn, there’s an unlimited bread-and-butter client base that can turn into other specialty portrait needs. Lori Patrick will share insights on ďŹ nding clients, offer a posing demo and discuss client intention. You’ll learn posing, expression, crop, usage, delivery and more. Practice in pairs producing headshots of each other, with Patrick available to coach. You may capture some worthy of your portfolio if the subject consents. Come and make new friends while learning the headshot. Portrait

(PW18)

LEVEL: BEGINNER

PORTRAITS UNPLUGGED: UNDER AND ON THE HIGH LINE Bobbi Lane and Lee Varis

Join Bobbi Lane and Lee Varis for this informative and fun Photo Walk under and near the High Line. Lane and Varis will show you how to scout for light. They will demonstrate porch lighting and backlighting, the use of reectors and diffusers, and how to make any location work once you have found the appropriate light. Attendees will have a couple of models to photograph and will learn speciďŹ c techniques using reectors to control shadows and smooth skin tones. Travel & Landscape LEVEL: ALL

(PW19) NEW!

EPIC TIME LAPSES Brian Tausend

Brian Tausend will take you to an iconic New York City spot to teach you hands-on how to capture an epic time lapse. Learn how to compose the perfect time

lapse, what elements to consider before hitting the start button, and how to sync your camera settings to change as the light changes. After the group has captured their time lapses, you’ll jump into a coffee shop to learn how to edit your work. Come have a blast and leave with a time lapse you love! Please bring a DLSR camera and lens, a tripod, an intervalometer and a rain jacket or umbrella (in case of rainy weather). Portrait

(PW20)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

ACROSS THE RIVER: PORTRAITS AGAINST THE SKYLINE Katrin Eismann ÂŤ Sponsored by Sony

Join Sony Artisan Katrin Eismann on this late afternoon Photo Walk that starts with a quick ferry ride across the Hudson River to photograph the New York City skyline and work with professional models in Hoboken, New Jersey. You’ll wander the tree-lined waterfront park to photograph athletic in action and silhouetted against the New York skyline. All levels of photographers are welcome, from seasoned pros to pointand-shoot enthusiasts!

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audience, licensing your work to create products and much more. Advertising/Commercial LEVEL: ALL

Fine-Art

(FC1)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

TRANSITION TO FINE-ART PHOTOGRAPHY Barry Rosenthal

Barry Rosenthal will share his personal journey and what he has learned from transitioning to ďŹ ne art. His story of self-discovery has led to gallery and museum shows—let him show you how to use your passion to succeed. He will discuss partnering with causes that align with your sensibilities, holding artist talks to tell your story, breaking out of the photo industry into a wider

(FC2) NEW!

FROM PERSONAL TO COMMERCIAL: A GUIDE TO MAKING IT HAPPEN Shaniqwa Jarvis

Shaniqwa Jarvis will discuss how to conceptualize and execute personal projects and how to market them to the commercial world. She will share her insight into how to tailor your work to those clients you would love to work for, how to budget your time and expenses and how to raise money for your projects. This class will explore the idea of learning how to keep it real with yourself in order to deliver the best work possible.

FRIDAYOCT   PM–  PM Drone

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LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

TALES FROM THE SET Steve Cohen

In part one of this two-part seminar, pioneers and experts in drone photography and cinematography will regale you with their tales of overcoming challenges on location, including legal hurdles, tactical challenges, waivers for airspace and regulatory climate.

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Š Ian Spanier

CONFERENCE

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GET READY TO EDIT: A PHOTOGRAPHER’S GUIDE TO IMPORTING, CULLING, ORGANIZING FOOTAGE Kevin Ames and Abba Shapiro

Š Jeff Rojas

ÂŤSponsored by FMC

Business & Marketing LEVEL: ALL

(FC3) UPDATED!

HOW TO USE SOCIAL MEDIA TO BUILD YOUR CAREER Conor Risch, Chris Burkard, Malin Fezehai, Dina Litovsky and Ryan Pfluger ÂŤSponsored by PDN

Today’s photographers have powerful career-building tools in social media apps, yet it can be challenging to stand out in the crowded feeds of followers. In this seminar, hear from photographers who use social channels to market their work, connect with clients, raise funds for books or other personal projects, and sell prints directly to their audiences. Panelists will also explain how they price and manage Instagram takeovers and other social media assignments, and the different ways they are using app features to create compelling stories. This seminar offers photographers at all levels actionable ideas for marketing, fundraising and reaching new clients and buyers. Lighting

(FC4)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

LIGHTING TO TELL A STORY: LIGHTING TECHNIQUES AND UNDERSTANDING LIGHT Ian Spanier ÂŤSponsored by LowePro

Ian Spanier will walk you

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through his mentality before and during photo shoots, showing you how to solve lighting problems before they destroy a shoot. View his preshoot notes and practices, and build your own bag of tricks to solve various lighting scenarios. Understand the different properties of light, and learn how to walk into bad situations and always have a solution. Post-Production LEVEL: ALL

(FC5) NEW!

THE MEDIUM-FORMAT LANDSCAPE—CREATE STUNNING IMAGES AND PRINTS Elizabeth Carmel Sponsored by Epson and Hasselblad

Elizabeth Carmel will provide an overview of the various medium-format camera systems available, discussing important photographic guidelines and techniques to achieve the best image quality. She’ll share her approach to developing medium-format RAW ďŹ les and preparing them for printing, and will review medium-format video recording methods. She will also share insights on running a gallery business and ďŹ nding markets for print sales.

The process of getting ready to edit your video can be overwhelming. In this class, you’ll learn how to safely transfer and back up your video footage. You’ll also learn important strategies on how to organize your project and make selects. Plus, learn about media management so you can hand the footage off to a video editor or your client (or even start editing yourself). You’ll also see how easy it is to submit to stock photographer services like Adobe Stock as an extra source of revenue.

your business. Avoid common mistakes when communicating with infringers and learn the steps necessary to discover the full extent of an infringement. Fully protect your rights and increase your leverage when negotiating settlements. Leading photography business and licensing experts Jeff Sedlik and John Harrington will provide you with effective, step-by-step procedures to protect your work and to maximize your revenue from unauthorized use of your photographs.

FRIDAYOCT   PM–PM Drone

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LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

TALES FROM THE SET Advertising/Commercial LEVEL: ALL

(MC11) NEW!

COMMERCIAL PORTRAITS ON A BUDGET Jeff Rojas ÂŤSponsored by Eizo

Join photographer and author Jeff Rojas as he discusses the art of photographing commercial portraits on a budget. When you’re working with large commercial clients and an unlimited budget, commercial photography is a breeze. Unfortunately, the reality is that most commercial clients can’t afford to hand you a blank check. There are plenty of startup companies that require that you work on a shoestring budget. Fortunately, commercial portraits can be photographed on a budget—it just takes a bit of creativity. Business & Marketing LEVEL: ALL

Steve Cohen

In part two of this two-part seminar, the drone-operators community of recreational and commercial users will come together to discuss the new regulations being drafted. Educating our representatives is paramount in getting safe and reasonable legislation enacted. What can the individual user do to help the cause? What technologies may enable safer operation? We confer with top legal and advocacy leaders in the drone community to discuss the current and future states of drone law and how to become active in the cause.

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THEY STOLE MY WORK! NOW WHAT? Jeff Sedlik and John Harrington

Has your work been used without your permission? Angry? Don’t be. Learn how to turn infringements into a signiďŹ cant second revenue stream for

Lighting LEVEL: BEGINNER

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FINDING THE BEST LIGHT FOR A PORTRAIT WHEREVER YOU ARE Charles Chessler

During this Photo Walk, Charles Chessler will go over all the basics: the exposure triangle,


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dynamic range, quality and direction of light, exposure compensation, when to increase ISO, background, subject-to-background distance and more. You’ll pick your settings for the light that is occuring that day. Then, the real fun begins: learn how to engage with your subject to get something real and authentic.

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DIGITAL WORKFLOW WHY SPEED MATTERS Jeff Cable ÂŤSponsored by Camera Bits, Drobo

As a ďŹ ve-time Olympic photographer, Jeff Cable knows a thing or two about photography and post production. Cable uses these same techniques at home, when shooting events like weddings and bar mitzvahs, and he always posts his images to his clients the very next day after their event. Learn the tricks to culling through your images and retouching faster than you ever thought possible. Inspirational & Motivational (SA2) LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

DITCH THE PIXEL— FINDING PASSION IN PRINT� Peter Coulson  Sponsored by Zeiss

It’s hard to ďŹ nd passion in pixel, but much easier to ďŹ nd passion in prints. Peter Coulson earned the title of “modern-age, black-andwhite master of photographyâ€? by looking at his photography as art, not as a pixel. In today’s industry, it seems the photography world has turned pixel-obsessed. Coulson will discuss why taking your photography back to art will change your perspective and photography practice, resulting in creating your own photographic style.

Post-Production

(SA3)

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NEW!

FANTASY PHOTO COMPOSITING - LIVE STUDIO DEMONSTRATION Karen Alsop

Take your creativity to the next level with world class photographic compositor Karen Alsop. Using photographic principles and the power of Adobe Photoshop, Alsop will show you how to create a believable and magical photographic composite—from photographing the background to photographing and adding your subjects. Alsop will demonstrate green-screen photography in a live studio environment and will take you through the Photoshop steps in real time, ďŹ nishing with an incredible work of art at the conclusion of the class. All attendees will receive complimentary three-month access to Story Art. Travel & Landscape LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

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SEIZE THE NIGHT — TAKING YOUR NIGHT PHOTOGRAPHY TO THE NEXT LEVEL Gabriel Biderman, Chris Nicholson and Matt Hill  Sponsored by Nikon

The National Parks at Night team is excited to share their expertise and nocturnal visions with you. Go behind the scenes of some of their most challenging shots and see how they prevailed or failed. Take a look at the many aspects of night photography: astrophotography, light painting, urban and Milky Way. Get valuable feedback on how you can elevate your own work. You’ll also learn about essential gear, post-production tips, light painting, star trails, star points and urban night photography. Travel & Landscape LEVEL: ALL

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TRAVEL AND LANDSCAPE PHOTOGRAPHY David Akoubian ÂŤ Sponsored by Tamron

Though photographers love to

travel, we often struggle with preparing for and implementing our goals for a trip. Join Tamron Image Master David Akoubian as he shares scouting and prep techniques, selecting the right lenses for a trip and how to be ready to capture an image as soon as you land. He’ll share how lens selection can create unique images of iconic locations and how to capture images with minimal gear. Leave the presentation with knowledge and inspiration to travel and photograph! Fine-Art

(SA6)

LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

TWELVE STEPS TO IMPROVE YOUR DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY Stephen Johnson ÂŤSponsored by Canon

Common problems make for common grief. In this lecture, Stephen Johnson addresses many of the problems that come up for people. These issues are covered with clarity and in a context so that their purpose and problem-causing potential is understood and easily applicable. This class is designed to empower photographers to take better control of their digital photography process, from exposure, to editing and printing.

it personal, editorial, corporate or non-proďŹ t, discover how these techniques can create opportunities for you. Travel & Landscape

(SA8)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

LIGHTS! CAMERA! ACTION! ABROAD! Me Ra Koh and Brian Tausend ÂŤSponsored by Sony

Me Ra Koh and Brian Tausend will show you how to create and produce short-form video that will take you around the world. They’ll walk you through their travelcamera-bag essentials, teach you tricks to getting great audio without the fuss, share tips for being conďŹ dent and entertaining on camera, share key lessons with editing, plus discuss fun tools and techniques to make your video content stand out. They’ll discuss how to get your content in front of brands and create a following that will help fund your passion for travel.

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NEW!

DRONE PHOTOGRAPHY & VIDEOGRAPHY INTENSIVE

Editorial & Photojournalism (SA7)

Douglas Spotted Eagle

LEVEL: ALL

ÂŤ Sponsored by Sundance Media Group

NEW!

VISUAL STORYTELLING: HOW TO GAIN TRUST AND ACCESS TO THE HUMAN STORY Deanne Fitzmaurice  Sponsored by Nikon, Think Tank Photo

Deanne Fitzmaurice, Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer, will show you how to capture people in their authentic moments via documentary-style photography. She will discuss valuable photographic techniques and tools you can use to connect with your subjects, and will give a brief introduction to the value of audio and video. Whatever your assignment or project, be

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Editors, photographers, ďŹ lmmakers, drone pilots and anyone wanting to know more about the burgeoning world of UAVs/drones should attend. Add UAVs to your toolset. Understand which drone is best for various purposes, capture the best footage and photos you can, and understand ďŹ lters and codecs to quickly incorporate drone footage into your production process while having fun and ying safely.

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SHOULD I REALLY BE A PHOTO ASSISTANT? Tony Gale ÂŤ Sponsored by Sony

Š Andy Katz

We all think we know the answers to becoming the next great photographer. Maybe we have the most followers or just think we can easily get assignments. Of course that can happen but the odds are not very high. PDN, APA and Sony have compiled a group of professional assistants that want to share why they assist, what the beneďŹ ts are, the challenges and how to work through them, plus how to get assisting jobs and how assisting can lead to your own assignments.

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PM– PM Business & Marketing LEVEL: ALL

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CHASE JARVIS IN CONVERSATION WITH GARY VAYNERCHUK Chase Jarvis and Gary Vaynerchuk ÂŤ Sponsored by Creative Live

There are many photographers who are great at their craft, but less so the number of photographers who are great at business. In this seminar, Chase Jarvis and Gary Vaynerchuk will have a highenergy conversation to entertain, inspire and help us understand where creators can improve their ability to make a living and a life doing what they love.

SATURDAYOCT  

PM–PM Inspirational & Motivational (SB1) LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

A PHOTOGRAPHIC APPROACH TO IPHONE

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PHOTOGRAPHY Jack Hollingsworth

Listen and learn as Jack Hollingsworth pulls back the curtain on tips, tricks and techniques in modern iPhone photography. This seminar is for photographers who want to better understand how to use their iPhones in their current commercial workow. Attendees will walk away with a full understanding of how the iPhone handles focus, exposure, white balance, shutter speed and ISO, and how to apply these settings to practical, everyday photography. Motion/Video LEVEL: ALL

(SB2) NEW!

COORDINATING MAIN STEPS TO PRODUCE A GREAT CONCEPT FILM Jose Ortiz

Learn how to build a concept shoot both inside and outside of weddings. Jose Ortiz will share his insights on the tools and creativity needed, how to keep your ďŹ lm cost-effective, the workow process, and the scope of work versus the ideas and the

concept. This seminar will include detailed discussion of different concept clips produced by Ortiz in different parts of the world.

Portrait LEVEL: ALL

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REACTING TO NATURAL LIGHT IN PORTRAITURE Adrian Murray

Business & Marketing LEVEL: ALL

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GROWING YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA FOLLOWING WITHIN THE NEW STATE OF PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHY Dylan Hattem

In the last several years, with the advent of social media and smartphones, the world of photography has taken a radical shift. With Instagram alone, there are 600 million people posting and reviewing photographs on a daily basis. The outcome is that it is no longer good enough to just be a talented photographer and take quality images. The question is with how to take advantage of the many opportunities, in particular social media, without getting lost in the oversaturation. In this seminar, Hattem will discuss the changing landscape of imaging, and you will walk away with an understanding of why curating your brand on social

Adrian Murray will walk you through the beneďŹ ts of utilizing nothing but natural light for your portrait work. See how he uses reaction to rather than manipulation of natural light to produce wonderfully magical results. Learn what it takes to shoot in all types of available light and lighten your camera bag. Light direction and effect on your subject, types of natural light, and time of day and its effect on imagery will also be discussed. Travel & Landscape

(SB6)

LEVEL: ALL

TAKING YOUR TRAVEL PHOTOGRAPHY TO A NEW LEVEL Andy Katz ÂŤSponsored by Sony

We travel for adventure, for experience, and to learn about other cultures as well as ourselves. Many of us travel to bring back powerful and evocative images. This seminar


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is designed to help you create images that you are truly proud of—images that provoke conversation. After more than four decades of being on the road, Sony Artisan Andy Katz has learned many lessons he will impart. He’ll show images from all over the world and will talk about simple ways to make your travel photos better than your expectations. Post-Production

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LEVEL: INTERMEDIATE

NEW!

PHOTOSHOP FOR LIGHTROOM USERS Matt Kloskowski

In this class, learn why, when and how Photoshop fits into a Lightroom user’s workflow. While Lightroom is powerful, there are times that you’ll need Photoshop’s power for layers, selections and retouching. Matt Kloskowski covers not only which app is best for the job, but the best way to have a solid, repeatable workflow for jumping back and forth between the two apps. Lighting

(SB9)

LEVEL: ALL

NEW!

LIGHT, INTENTION AND THE EVOCATIVE PORTRAIT Gregory Heisler

Photographing with intention is what separates the casual or candid portrait from the evocative portrait—and light is the key. Lighting can seem overwhelming: too many tools, too many techniques. But if your intention is clear, the decisionmaking process becomes easier. In this stimulating presentation, Gregory Heisler will explain his philosophy and methodology of photographing people, blending a deliberate process of decisionmaking with the spontaneous shifts that inevitably occur during the making of a portrait. While portraiture is always collaboration, the power ultimately rests with the photographer. Use it mindfully to create your best work. «All content is subject to change. Please check www.photoplusexpo.com for complete seminar and expo information and pricing.

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Hill & Usher LLC Hitech Albums Holdfast Gear Hoodman Corporation Hunt’s Photo + Video Ikan International Illuminati Instrument Corp. Image Wizards Impossible Project Innova Art Ltd. Interfit Photographic LTD Inter-State Imaging Services Iris Works IRIX KEH Camera Kenko Professional Imaging Co LTD Kenko Tokina USA LaCie Lee Filters Lens Flipper Lensbaby Lexar Liebowitz Law Firm, PLLC Lighticians inc. LITRA liveBooks Lomography Lowepro Lume Cube, Inc. LumiQuest MagMod Manfrotto Distribution MediaBooth Pro, LLC Meural, Inc. Michigan Camera Inc. Miller’s Inc. Mini Wing USA Moab by Legion Paper MOO MPB.com MrStarGuy Inc MyCaseBuilder Mystudio Table Top Photo Studios NailPoint Art LLC Nanuk by Plasticase Inc. Nikon Inc NITECORE Co. Ltd nPhoto Olympus America Inc. OmegaBrandess OP/TECH USA Orangemonkie Inc Palette Panasonic North America Peak Design Peleman Industries/Unibind Peter Hurley’s Headshot Crew Photoflashdrive.com Phoxi Tog Platypod

Print File, Inc PRL Lighting ProDPI Professional Graphics  Systems & Services, Inc. Professional Marketing  Services Inc. ProMediaGear QNAP, Inc. R.T.S. Inc R.V. Nuccio & Associates  Insurance Brokers Inc. Red River Paper Renaissance Albums Ricoh Imaging / PENTAX Rocky Nook Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group Sew Trendy Fashion & Accessories Shades of Paper Inc. Shanghai CF Exhibition Co.,Ltd Shanghai Jieyong Technology Co.,Ltd Shanghai Shenhao  Professional Camera Co. Ltd Shiva Digital India ShootPro24 ShootProof Sigma SIRUI USA SKB SmugMug Sony Sood Studios PVT Ltd. Speedy One Stop Repair Service Spider Holster STC Optical Filter Stilio SUNBOUNCE Sunpak SUN-SNIPER Tamrac Tamron USA, Inc Tether Tools Think Tank Photo Topaz Labs Tower Studios Unique Photo Used Photo Pro Vufine Wacom Technology WD / SanDisk Westcott White House Custom Colour White Label Events WhiteWall WordPress.com Zhejiang Growin International  Exhibition and Convention Co., Ltd

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