Imaging USA Opening Day Recap | Mac Sources

Way more than a trade show.

The year 2020 is starting off with a bang, as the staff of MacSources traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to attend Imaging USA, an extended learning conference geared towards photography. Today, was the official beginning of the conference, even though there were some pre-conference classes that attendees could choose to attend. If you are new to photography, Imaging USA is hosted by Professional Photographers of America (PPA) and it features the largest photography expo in North America.

DAY ONE: Learning, General Session, & Opening Party

We started our morning at ImagingUSA with an 8:00 a.m. learning session titled Great Clients are Made, Not Found with speaker Steve Saporito. It was part of the Bridging the Gap track of learning sessions provided for attendees. The session was designed to teach the secrets of how to find clients that value you and want to spend on artwork willingly. You can read Jon’s review of that here. This session actually took place before the Opening Keynote Program, Master Your Memory: How to Optimize Your Brain Power. The Keynote speaker was Jim Kwik, the founder of Kwik Learning and a widely recognized world expert in speed-reading, memory improvement, brain performance and accelerated learning.

CONCLUSION

I can definitely see why this is a beneficial conference for photographers. The classes we attended on the first day coupled nicely with the Expo floor experience. Even though it’s only been one day, we have met some wonderful people; I’m really looking forward to what the next two days will bring. Imaging USA is definitely a show to attend if you are in the photography business.

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