After leaving the Nielsen photo group booth at the WPPI expo yesterday, I had the opportunity to take in a couple of platform classes. One that I had the pleasure of attending, “The art of business and the business of art,” presented by photographers Davina + Daniel, was highly informative and entertaining. The photographic team—who… Continue reading »
By John Rettie, Rangefinder Technical Editor Day two of #WPPI2013 was just as energetic as the opening day of the showroom. Here are two of our favorite products from the floor: Manfrotto Klyp iPhone Case Manfrotto’s first accessory for an iPhone will appeal to those who use their iPhone for shooting video. It allows a… Continue reading »
Thirst Relief’s annual Benefit Shoot takes place every year at Wedding & Portrait Photographers International, WPPI. The 2012 shoot will happened on Sunday, February 19th from 1-10pm. 100% of proceeds go directly to Thirst Relief water projects located around the world to help provide people with a long-term source of clean water. The 2012 Thirst… Continue reading »
Written by John Rettie and originally posted on PDN (Rangefinder magazine’s Technical Editor John Rettie just spent a few days roaming the floor of the trade show at the 2012 WPPI Convention, which opened on Sunday and continues through Thursday at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Here’s his report on some of the interesting… Continue reading »
WPPI-Las Vegas from Switzerfilm on Vimeo.
Behind the scenes footage of professional wedding photographer Kevin Kubota as he gets ready for his presentation at WPPI. Follow him through his unique process and hear a highlight of his talk as he goes on stage at WPPI. Brought to you by Bay Photo Lab http://www.bayphoto.com
Behind the scenes footage of professional wedding photographer Doug Gordon as he gets ready for the opening presentation at WPPI. Follow him through his unique process and hear his tips for capturing outstanding wedding photographs and a highlight of his talk as he goes on stage for the keynote address at WPPI.
[suhk-ses] WPPI 2011 from stillmotion on Vimeo.
One of the best parts of WPPI U, our new program for emerging photographers at the convention, is the portfolio review. The guidelines for the portfolio review are included below. If you haven’t registered yet, there’s still seats available. WPPI U costs $119 and includes 10 classes covering all the essentials for new photographers. You… Continue reading »