About the Conference
The Best Education and Classes for Professional and Amateur Photographers
Dates: Oct. 25 – Oct. 28, 2017
Location: New York City/Javits Convention Center
PhotoPlus Expo in NYC offers the ultimate experience in photography, video, and digital imaging workshops and classes. Whether you want to improve your craft, learn how to run a successful photography business or discover the latest trends and technology, the entire conference is dedicated to helping expand your expertise.
The 2017 PhotoPlus conference takes place October 25-28 at the Javits Center in NYC and will feature over 100 seminars, including Photo Walks, Master Classes, new One-Day Intensive Workshops, and Keynotes. No other conference packs as much education into four days; equip yourself with everything you need for the year at PhotoPlus Expo.
The conference program offers the following tracks:
- Advertising / Commercial
- Business & Marketing
- Editorial / Photojournalism
- Inspirational / Motivational
- Motion / Video
Workshops Led by the Legendary Photographers & Experts
Don’t miss out on our annual seminar series in NYC featuring expert teachers from all over the world, such as Lindsay Adler, David Akoubian, Karen Alsop, Clinton Cargill, Jeremy Cowart, Alexis Cuarezma, Andrew Fingerman, Jerry Ghionis, Peter Hurley, Julieanne Kost, Gerd Ludwig, Jay Maisel, Joe McNally, Douglas Spotted Eagle, Art Streiber, Kitfox Valentín, and Roberto Valenzuela.
For attendees who really want to concentrate on one specific area of learning and are prepared to dig in for a full day of activities, Intensive Pre-Conference classes focus on a single topic including Photoshop, Lightroom, Lighting, Editing & Sequencing for Print, Wedding, and Final Cut X all instructed by industry leaders. These 5-hour sessions will provide an opportunity to learn more than the basics and come away with extended knowledge you can put to practice immediately.
Try new products and gear on one of our intimate Photo Walks led by some of the industry’s biggest photographers. Use the New York City streets as your backdrop to learn lighting and technical techniques, as well as composition and design.
A Master Class is a focused 2-hour, hands-on session limited to 50 participants that provides an intimate and more advanced learning experience. Master Classes are included with the purchase of a 4-day, 3-day, or 1-day Conference Pass.
2017 keynote speakers include Women in Photography and Film with LaToya Ruby Frazier, Sue Bryce and Barbara Davidson on Thursday, October 26; Jamel Shabazz on Friday, October 27; Chase Jarvis in conversation with Gary Vaynerchuk on Saturday, October 28.