Posts tagged: WPPI

WPPI Show Going Strong

David Haueter
 Mar 20, 2015

It seems like every day, we see a new story or statistics about the smartphone decimating the camera market or pro photographers getting laid off from publications or news organizations. So, as a photographer it’s very encouraging to attend a show like WPPI (Wedding & Portrait Photographers International) and be around vendors and other attendees who are excited about the future of the photo market. WPPI is targeted at wedding and portrait photographers, of course, but also draws photographers that specialize in many other areas, such as fine art, advertising/commercial, and nature & wildlife photography.

WPPI is held at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas

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PhotoPlus 2011 Showcasing Photography without Leaving the Northeast

Carrie Sylvester
 Nov 4, 2011

The 29th annual PhotoPlus Conference and Expo (PPE) was held from October 27-29th in New York City at the Jacob Javits Center. PPE was joined by the Wedding and Portrait Photographers International (WPPI) conference and expo for the first time, which included a complete seminar program and trade show dedicated to wedding and portrait photography, called WPPI NYC. The PPE main show floor seemed smaller than in years past, however, there was more of the Javits Center used because WPPI NYC had an extended show floor located in the North Hall. In all the years of show attendance at the Javits, who knew there was a North Hall?

The show floor was home to over 260 exhibitors, according to PPE’s website. The major players were all present including Canon, Nikon, Sony, HP, and Kodak. Polaroid returned as an exhibitor for the first time in many years and had a wide range of products on display. 2011 was the inaugural exhibit year for Panasonic at PPE where they displayed its line of LUMIX digital cameras and the G Series of Compact System Cameras.

Although there were no product launches at the show, there was plenty of technology, accessories, and print service providers to keep one busy. One of the show’s most notable highlights was the new Nikon 1 camera system.

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