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PDN PhotoPlus in NYC -- Free AdmissionDates: October 23-25, 2008PDN PhotoPlus in NYC -- Free Admission by BrandonRechten
Location: Jacob Javits Center, New York City
Here's the blurb from their website:
The Most Important Event in Photography.
PDN PhotoPlus continues to be on the cutting edge of whats happening in photography and imaging. Since 1983 weve put on the leading show in the industry attracting all the exhibitors you want to see, and the industry names you want to network with!
Huge expo floor
In the past two years weve added more than 20,000 square feet of exhibits and galleries.
Hundreds of Exhibitors
Explore an inspiring array of photography and imaging products and services -- all from the industry's leading manufacturers. Click here to see our 2008 exhibitors!
Thousands of New Products
From the newest digital cameras hitting the market to imaging software, PDN PhotoPlus Expo is your #1 source for the latest technologies and hottest products.
If you live in the Manhattan area an
Contest: "Abandoned Places"Hey Ho everyone! Karakuji and me decided to hold a contest and after weeks of plannig we are happy to announce that competition about the topic "abandoned places" with the following prizes:Contest: "Abandoned Places" by otsego-amigo
6 months subscription and feature in the journals of some of the most popular abandoned photography artists on deviantART, i.e. gnato, wb-skinner, RS-foto, The-Egg, sullivan1985, Tommy-Noker, Brute-ua, brandybuck, EYELIGHTZONE as well as UrbanExploration, Karakuji and me
3 months subscription and feature in the journals of brandybuck, EYELIGHTZONE, UrbanExploration, Karakuji and me
1 month subscription and feature in the journals of brandybuck, EYELIGHTZONE, UrbanExploration, Karakuji and me
We are looking for an impressive picture that shows some kind of abandonment, for example desolated buildings, forsaken factories, decayed rooms, inoperative infrastructur etc. as yo
Graduated from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University with a degree in Graphic Design / Photography.|
Currently working as a Graphic Design Specialist and doing freelance photography and design on the side.
Photographic interest lies primarily in urban decay and the remnants that are left behind.