Borrowlenses.com has sponsored a Google+ Photography Conference called the G+PC conference, which is the first of its kind.
Photography enthusiasts will participate in this conference from May 22 to 23 at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts in San Francisco, CA.
The photography conference by Google’s social networking not only aims to cater to photographers, but also to an audience of social media experts and Google community and product managers.
The goals of the conference are to help participants improve their skills in photography and use the Internet to make their personal brands flourish. But it also focuses on how they can use Google+ to maximize benefits.
The Google+ Photography Conference showcases many events, including question and answer sessions, presentations, live photo shoots, photo walks, 1-on-1 portfolio reviews, and photography workshops.
Participants of this conference include Guy Kawasaki, a social media expert, Scott Kelby, a well-known photographer, and Brian Rose, community manager for Google Photos.
BorrowLenses.com expresses their passion when it comes to the fields of video and digital photography. According to Jim Goldstein, Marketing Vice President for BorrowLenses, “We’re incredibly honored to be part of the rich photographer community on Google+ and to take part in the first ever Google+ Photographers Conference. The Google+ platform has provided an amazing opportunity to interact with our fans and we’re excited to support Google+’s passionate creative community.”