There are a variety of meeting and conference spaces available in Las Vegas – ranging from small conference rooms to the 1 million-square-foot exhibition hall. These facilities are modern, high-tech and feature configurable walls meaning that it’s easy to find custom convention space that meets your needs.
Every year Las Vegas hosts conventions that are aimed specifically at photographers. Here are some of them:
WPPI Wedding and Portrait Photography Conference and Expo
The WPPI Wedding and Portrait Photography Conference and Expo is the leading industry event for photographers and videographers specializing in wedding and portrait photography and filmmaking. The conference hosts around 13,000 photographers and filmmakers. They can learn techniques from experts, network with other attendees, find out about new equipment from manufacturers as well as enjoying all the fun that Las Vegas has on offer. This conference lasts a week and is invaluable for anyone working in this particular field. It’s a great place to build relationships and learn the latest techniques.
Photoshop World is a convention aimed at users of the Adobe Photoshop software program – as well as practitioners of general photography, Lightroom users, and those interested in business development and networking. This is a 3 day event that is aimed at helping attendees increase their skills and productivity. It attracts all types of photographers, wedding photographers, students, designers, retouchers and editors.
Society for Photographic Education Conference
This conference is aimed at those involved in teaching and educating photographers. What is real and what is fantasy in the photographic world? This is one of the many challenges faced by photographers these days. What boundaries are now being broken in the world of photography? The Society for Photographic Education addresses topic such as these along with the myth, fantasy, and reality in photography and deconstruct rhetoric of what constitutes a photograph.
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