Round off the education you receive from Imaging USA’s programming by visiting the three-day Imaging Expo, where the photographic industry’s top vendors showcase their latest, greatest products and services. Held during Imaging USA (www.ImagingUSA.org), the first major photographic industry event of the year, the Imaging Expo is open from January 14-16, 2007, in San Antonio, Texas.
If you go to one tradeshow this year, the Imaging Expo should be it. Featuring hundreds of top companies in 400+ booths, the Expo provides a forum for photographers to mingle and network with manufacturers, suppliers, and service providers. At the Expo, attendees will learn first hand about the best solutions available to professional photographers. In addition, the Microsoft Theater will provide daily demonstrations of Windows-based workflow methods that have helped award-winning photographers.
Come and see products from exhibitors like Adobe, Canon, Epson, Fujifilm, Kodak, Microsoft, Nikon, Photodex, Albums Inc., Backprint, Express Digital, LexJet, Marathon Press, White House Custom Colour, Corel, Mitsubishi Imaging and Digital Electronics, Blossom Publishing, ASUKABOOK, and many more. Entrance into the Imaging Expo is included with your Imaging USA pass and is also available individually for only $35. Visit www.ImagingUSA.org for more information or to register online.
About Imaging USA
With a 400+ booth industry expo, 65 educational sessions, and the international print exhibition, Imaging USA has established itself as the first major photographic event of the year. Imaging USA began in 1884 as the annual convention and trade show for Professional Photographers of America (www.ppa.com) and is the longest running national photographic convention, expo and image exhibition in the United States. In 2000 the name was changed to Imaging USA to reflect the evolution of the show and changes in the industry. Imaging USA continues to grow and evolve. In 2006 Imaging USA became home to two new conferences: SEPCON (the Sport and Event Photographers Conference), the annual conference of the Society of Sport and Event Photographers (www.SEPsociety.com), and the Commercial Photography Conference, the annual conference of Commercial Photographers International (www.MyCPI.com). In 2006, Imaging USA also welcomed Adobe as an official sponsor of the Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom for Photographers track. For more information, visit www.ImagingUSA.org.