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PDN Conference

Professionals and amateurs alike look forward to the annual PDN PhotoPlus Conference and Expo. There's nothing like getting your hands on the lastest gear and gadgets to see where the industry is going next.
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A crowd gathers around as a teacher shows techniques for wireless studio lighting with mulitiple Canon Speedlite flashes.
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HP shows off its high end printing capabilities with a gallery of work by Alec Soth, Elliott erwitt, Christian Popkes, and others. Only HP papers and inks were used of course.
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Casio provided a camera trial area complete with models to cheerlead and breakdance for our shooting pleasure.
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Not only does this Zero Wind jacket feature large padded pockets for your lenses and flashes, it boasts that it is wind and water-proof, resistant to washing, and always breathable.
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All I want for Christmas is a Vacuum Anti-moisture Dry Box! Even if you're not taking your sensitive camera equipment out on the ocean this would keep it safe and dry through all seasons.
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It's all about the Lighting. Photographers can play with all sorts of options at the expo, there are more fancy lighting tools than you can shake a stick at. Everything from softboxes to ringlights to globes and more.
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Delkin gives prizes to those who stop by and spin the wheel.
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If they make it, you can find it at the Expo. Take this gigantic tripod from Slik. You can fit a very tall man underneath it. Need a specialty photo ladder to go with it? You won't have to go far.
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Even the old-school world of large format photographers are getting a taste of the digital magic.
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Think outside the frame and create the winning portrait of this model for your chance to win big prizes from Novatron.
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Passersby cannot help but take notice of the giant eye-catching prints from Canon.
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