The PhotoPlus Expo 2006 Photography & Design Conference opens its doors at 10am today at the Jacob Javits Convention Center in New York.
The trade show brings together over 200 manufacturers showcasing the hottest digital imaging products and technologies of the future, with hands-on opportunities in every booth. They will offer seasoned photographers, advanced amateurs and imaging professionals the tools necessary to stay ahead of the curve in the fast-changing world of photography and imaging.
Among the keynote speakers scheduled to address the PhotoPlus Expo are Tom Wujec who will speak on the studio of the 21st century and the future of professional photography; David Friend, director of photography for Vanity Fair, on how 911 changed the way we view images; and Joel Meyerowitz on the New York City Parks project.
There will also be photo exhibits on the floor, among them the winning entries in the ultimate travel photography contest, the World in Focus, with images highlighting Wilderness Photography, the Human Condition, Extreme Exploration, and Urban Landscapes.
The three-day PhotoPlus Expo 2006 will culminate on Saturday, November 4.