PIX 2015 - Limited number of FREE Expo tickets and discounted re:FRAME VIP Passes now available
Pre-registration has just opened for our upcoming photography expo, PIX 2015 - the photo interactive experience in Seattle on October 6 & 7. We have a limited number of FREE passes available for the main hall, where you'll find photography experiences, educational programming, product demonstrations, industry panel discussions, and both brand and partner booths.
For a limited time we're also offering an early bird special on PIX VIP All-Access Pass, which includes Hall Pass plus all re:FRAME talks and galleries at McCaw Hall, and the exclusive PIX awards and cocktail party. If you'd like to meet the DPReview staff and some of the stars of the photo industry, get inspired by a stellar collection of world class speakers and play with the latest gear, this is an unmissable offer for an unmissable event!
PIX VIP All-Access Pass
We have a very limited number of exclusive VIP All-Access passes available at a heavily discounted early bird price of just $99.
This exclusive pass provides:
- Full access to the PIX Expo Hall and galleries at McCaw Hall
- Entrance and priority seating for all re:FRAME talks
- Exclusive PIX awards cocktail party and DPReview awards (Oct 6th in McCaw hall)
Your included PIX Exhibition Hall Pass gets you access to the main event hall, where you'll find photography experiences, educational programming, product demonstrations, industry panel discussions, galleries, photo walks and both brand and partner booths.
We have a very limited number of VIP passes available. Click here to reserve yours.
re:FRAME photography talks
Taking place in the beautiful lecture theater at McCaw Hall, re:FRAME at PIX2015 features an inspiring line-up of some of the best photographers and industry experts in the world sharing stories about the impact of photography in their lives and work. All talks and keynotes will be streamed live.
- Cristina Mittermeier
Keynote, sponsored by SONY
Cristina is a marine biologist and photographer who specializes in conservation issues surrounding fisheries and indigenous cultures. As a writer and a photographer her work centers on the delicate balance between human well-being and healthy ecosystems. She is the founder and former president of the International League of Conservation Photographers and was recently recognized as one of the World’s Top 40 Most Influential Outdoor Photographers by the Outdoor Photography Magazine.
- Brian Ach
Closing speaker, sponsored by SAMSUNG
Brian is a New York-based Samsung Imagelogger photographer who blurs the lines between editorial and commercial photography by telling moving stories with still pictures. From traveling with Prince as his European tour photographer to portraiture with top celebrities, Brian is equally adept behind-the-scenes, on location or in the studio.
Featured Speakers include:
|Jonathan Alcorn||Devin Allen||Alexandria Bombach|
|Colby Brown||Michael Brown||Bambi Cantrell|
|CC Chapman||Karen Cooper||Anna Mia Davidson|
|Dixie Dixon||Aaron Draper||Kiliii Fish|
|David FitzSimmons||Natalie Fobes||Ian Goode|
|Tim Grey||Laura Hicks||Aaron Huey|
|Robert Hurt||Lynette Johnson||Matt Kumasaka|
|Bobbi Lane||Fritz Liedtke||Max Lowe|
|Ben MacAskill||Dianne Maroney||Tim Matsui|
|Joe McNally||Wasim Muklashy||Patrick Murphy-Racey|
|Ibarionex Perello||Jared Polin ('Fro')||Tom Reese|
|Rinzi Ruiz||Rick Sammon||Brian Smith|
|Joshua Trujillo||Benjamin Von Wong||Laura Winslow|
For more information on our speaker lineup please visit pix2015.com
Pre-register today for free Hall Passes
Your PIX Exhibition Hall Pass gets you access to the main event hall, where you'll find photography experiences, educational programming, product demonstrations, industry panel discussions, galleries, photo walks and both brand and partner booths.
For a limited time we're offering FREE entrance to all pre-registered users. Click here to reserve your place.
Expo Hall highlights
|Find out what's happening in the world of photographic technology, from drones to apps to the latest printing and sharing solutions. Get inspired by beautiful photo galleries and find out just how easy it is to get professional photos of your own friends and family, events and pastimes.||Learn all the basics you need to choose and use a camera, and get hands-on coaching from one of our professional photographers and DPReview staff. Enjoy fun, practical demonstrations throughout the show and experience first- hand how to take great photos in a variety of shooting scenarios.||Come and experience the world of photography in our unique photography playground! Try your hand at a new photo technique, discover how the latest technology is transforming image making and sharing, and have some fun shooting street performers on our special photo stage.|
Exhibition Hall partners, sponsors and exhibitors include:
- Amazon Camera Retail
- Amazon Cloud Photo
- Amazon Software
- Imagine Project
- Resource Magazine
More partners, exhibitors and activities are being added all the time - check pix2015.com for the latest information.
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