Drumroll for the Winners at Photoshop World

Drumroll for the Winners at Photoshop World

Big thanks to everyone who stopped by our booth at Photoshop World in Las Vegas! Expo attendees got special access to some of the latest camera gear on display in booth #131. They also received a special coupon code worth 10%, 20%, or even 50% off a future rental (randomly selected) plus were entered to win the new GoPro HERO4 Session. Also, folks who jumped into our photo booth and put their images up on Instagram with #blbooth were entered to win a sweet Custom SLR strap and BL mug! Missed out? We’re doing it all again this October 22nd-24th in New York City at Photoplus Expo! Visit us in booth #1105. The winners of our Photoshop World prizes are as follows: Winner of the Instagram #blbooth strap/mug giveaway: @snowfoto Winner of the GoPro HERO Session: Thomas Candido Congrats and see you all at Photoplus Expo in New York...
5 Things I Learned at the Google+ Photographer’s Conference

5 Things I Learned at the Google+ Photographer’s Conference

Last week we had a great time at the Google+ Photographer’s Conference. As an event partner and sponsor we had a chance to meet a lot of great photographers in attendance. The conference had a great energy to it. With photographers being so active and social on Google+ it was rather effortless to pick up conversations in person with photographers of all stripes and experience levels. It was for this reason alone that attending was an amazing experience. Beyond meeting with great photographers there was a lot of great information shared amongst attendees and speakers alike. The 5 takeaways that I came back with that all photographers on Google+ could stand to benefit from included: 1. Focus on Community The community on Google+ feels like the Flickr photography community of old. There is a constant flow of photos with many photographers you’ll find familiar and many more that will likely be new to you. It’s a great time to explore and network with photographers of all backgrounds, experience levels and expertises. In fact there are numerous sub-communities on Google+ focusing on various photography niches. Google+ makes it super easy and fast to find information in alignment with your photographic and non-photographic interests. What made the Google+ Photographer’s Conference so special is the fact that this virtual community became tangible. If you follow someone on Google+ it was all the reason you needed to introduce yourself. It was great to be able to pick up conversations previously confined to posts and comments. Getting out to talk and photograph with your compatriots from abroad made for an extremely special time. 2....