Photographer Scott Kelby is gathering 15 world-renowned photographers together for an unofficial Google+ Photographer’s Conference.
“On May 22-23, fifteen of the biggest photographers, instructors, and social media magnates on Google+ are gathering in San Francisco for the first-ever Google+ Photographer’s Conference at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (in San Francisco), “announced the Google+ Photographer’s Conference page.
The official Google+ page later reposted the conference’s announcement, but the social network clarified: “This is not an official Google event, but we are excited to see this launch! Hope you can attend.”
Registration information is below.
The two-day event features photo walks, live shoots, panel discussions, portfolio reviews, and teaching workshops. The conference will help photographers hone their skills while encouraging online branding through Google+.
Advanced registration is available at http://gpluspc.com for $299, with prices spiking to $349 after April 30. Limited seating is offered, but all attendees get a free copy of “What the Plus!” by former Apple chief evangelist Guy Kawasaki.
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