If you haven’t heard by now, Scott Kelby and his production team have been working with Google together the first annual “Google+ Photographers Conference” being held on May 22-23rd at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco California. The idea behind the conference is to bring together some of the top photo instructors and social media gurus into one place to share their knowledge and experience to help you improve your photography skills and better understand social networking as a photographer. There will be photo walks, live photo shoots, one-on-one portfolio reviews, panel discussions, photography workshops and more. HERE is a break down of the schedule for the conference.
The introduction to the G+ Photographers Conference
I am stoked to be one of the featured speakers, panelist and photography instructors presenting at the conference. Here is a list of all the speakers…
Registration for the Google+ Photographers Conference costs $349 which gives you access to all of the events of the conference + the ability to join one of the many photo walks happening around the Bay Area on the day before. I will be leading one around Union Station on May 21st at 3pm PST. Click HERE to register as well as to see the other photo walk opportunities that are tied to attending the conference. On top of this, if you happen to be a student with a valid Student ID Card, it will only cost $99 to register. So for less then $100 you will have the ability to connect, engage, network and learn from some of the top photographers in the photo industry for two full days. The value kind of speaks for itself.
The Google+ Photographers Conference also has an amazing list of sponsors that will no doubt be giving away a ton of free goodies.