Registration opens today for PHOTOPLUS at the Jacob Javits Center in New York from October 24-26. This event is a must-attend for any photographer, videographer, content creator, or photo and video fan. PHOTOPLUS is a three-day event in New York City where the entire photography and videography community comes together to experience the newest technologies and techniques that will take their art to the next level. Register now by visiting photoplusexpo.com.
“PHOTOPLUS is a wonderland for any visual storyteller. Our event is filled with hundreds of exhibitors demonstrating the latest imaging technologies, services and accessories,” explains Mike Gangel, Group Show Director at PHOTOPLUS.
More than 200 exhibitors and brands of imaging hardware, software, and accessories will be on hand to demonstrate the latest technology in the world of photography and filmmaking, conduct free educational presentations at their booth, and offer special discounts on products and services.
Advanced registration is free for all attendees until October 23, 2019. A fee of $25 will be charged to anyone who registers onsite, October 24-26. Attendees can register now at photoplusexpo.com.
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Designed for professionals and enthusiasts in the photo and video industry, PHOTOPLUS — http://www.photoplusexpo.com/ — showcases the latest advances in photography, digital imaging and filmmaking. Held annually at the Javits Convention Center, attendees have the opportunity to explore an inspiring array of photography and imaging products and services – all from the industry’s leading manufacturers.
PHOTOPLUS is owned by Emerald Expositions, a leading operator of business-to-business trade shows in the United States. The company currently operates more than 55 trade shows, as well as numerous other face-to-face events. In 2017, Emerald’s events connected over 500,000 global attendees and exhibitors and occupied more than 6.9 million NSF of exhibition space.