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BorrowLenses.com and Special Guests to Attend WPPI in Las Vegas

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Want to attend WPPI and meet professional photographers and great vendors like us? Click here to register.

Want to attend WPPI and meet professional photographers and great vendors like us?
Click here to register. Visit us in booth #135!

From April 11th-13th, BorrowLenses.com will be giving away goodies and hosting special guest speakers at this year’s Wedding and Portrait Photography Conference and Expo at the MGM Grand Las Vegas. As always, we’ll have our giant bowls of candy and plenty of BL folks around to answer questions. We’ll also be having special giveaways and guest speakers who will giving away their own prizes to visitors of our booth!

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Learn more about lighting and shooting technique from great portrait photographers at our booth!

We have a great lineup of speakers who will be giving free talks from our booth, #135, all three days of the event. We’ll also be giving away gift certificates and other great prizes at these talks so be sure to stop by! Speakers include Peter Hurley from The Art Behind the Headshot as well as Canon Speedlite aficionado Syl Arena, Lexar’s Jeff Cable, Professional Photographers of the Greater Bay Area‘s President Alex Cuarezma, Brooke Shaden, time-lapse photographer and cinematographer Matthew Givot, and more! Speaker schedule TBA.

Find us in booth #135, next to Think Tank Photo and NAPP!

Find us in booth #135, next to Think Tank Photo and NAPP in the Grand Ballroom of MGM Grand!

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Alexandria Huff is a portrait photographer based in San Francisco. Her tutorials can be found here on the BorrowLenses Blog, 500px, Shutterfly, Snapknot, and SmugMug. She specializes in studio lighting. Follow her work on 500px.

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  • Hi there… I think you guys meant March 11-13 (not April!).

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