We’ll be attending the PDN PhotoPlus Expo in New York City next week (Oct 24-26th), as usual, checking out all of the latest cameras and lenses. There are some big changes this year. Registration for the Expo is still free for another five days, so if you’re in the area, it’s worth registering and setting aside half a day to check everything out. The Jacob Javits Center is once again the venue, and it’s just across the street from the 34th St. / Hudson Yards subway stop, so it’s easy to get to.
The PhotoPlus Expo also offers dozens of free (from Fuji) and paid ($59) photo walks, if you’d like to spend some time with some of your photography heroes. However, the paid workshops are now gone, presumably for lack of demand.
In an unusual move, Sony will not be exhibiting at the PhotoPlus Expo this year. Instead, they’ve reserved a larger space just a block away (SIR Stage 37, 508 W. 37th St.), and will be holding their own “Sony Creative Space” concurrently with PhotoPlus. Registration for that is also free, for now, and you can register here. Sony will be using their larger space to provide areas for testing out equipment, along with numerous photo-walks, instruction sessions with photographers like Brooke Shaden and sports photographer Patrick Murphy-Racey, among numerous others. See you there!
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