Digital Playground exhibitors announced

IDEA has announced exhibitors and a floorplan for The Digital Playground photographers’ event to be held at Sydney’s Luna Park, September 12 – 14.

The four big exhibitors are Canon, Nikon, Epson and Kayell, with a distinctly professional flavour to the smaller stands. (Floor plan cropped for readability)

The four big exhibitors are Canon, Nikon, Epson and Kayell, with a distinctly professional flavour to the smaller stands. (Floor plan cropped for readability)

It’s clear that the equipment exhibition will have most appeal to professional photographers, photographic students and advanced enthusiasts.Canon will also have a second stand representing its newest acquisition, Sun Studios.

This demographic will also be attracted by the three days of workshops and talks by some of Australia’s top professional photographers and Photoshop gurus and the always intriguing public judging of the 2014 Australian Professional Photography Awards.

Show organiser Rob Gatto (Kayell; vice-president, Profesional, IDEA) said early bird sales for the speaker program had been selling well given the show was several months off. (Not to mention our dear Federal politicians keeping the country in a state of permanent high anxiety! KS)

The full list of brands on show follows:
ACMP
APPA
ASUKABOOK – PIXEL PERFECT PROLAB
CAMBO
CANON
CANSON
CAPTURE ONE
DES PTY LTD
DxO
EIZO MONITORS
ELINCHROM
EPSON
GLOBAL IMAGE PRODUCTS
INDURO
JOBY
KAYELL
L & P PHOTOGRAPHIC SUPPLIES
LASTOLITE
LEXAR
LOWEPRO
MAXWELL INTERNATIONAL AUSTRALIA
MEFOTO
MOMENTO PRO PTY LTD
NIKON AUSTRALIA
OLYMPUS
PHASE ONE
PIXEL PERFECT PROLAB
PROFESSIONAL PHOTOGRAPHERS INSURANCE BROKERS
PROFOTO
SELDEX
SPYDER4 FROM DATACOLOR
SUN STUDIOS AUSTRALIA
TAMRON
TOPAZ

http://www.thedigitalplayground.com.au

 


One thought on “Digital Playground exhibitors announced

  1. Great list of pro photo suppliers but this what you would expect when Idea these days is so biased in that direction and controlled by a pro photo supplier. Lots of pro-sumers will be there to learn and dilute the business of the pro photographers that is the new business model I guess, good luck to them.

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