The International Association of Panoramic Photographers hosts a Panoramic Conference every 16 months. The last Conference was held in Santa Fé, New Mexico, October 2014. Sixteen months go by quick and the next event is coming up in April 2016. We have begun the planning and hope to make this Conference a smashing hit in Charleston, South Carolina.
The Conference will begin Sunday evening, April 10th with the check-in and run through Wednesday, April 13th after the evening Banguet. There will be great food, spectacular views, and a chance to meet and network along side veteran panoramic photographers. Take a step back in time and see the wonderful history and architecture that is classic Charleston. Whether it is photographing the historic buildings and parks of downtown or shooting panoramas at one of the many plantations teeming with wildlife, you are sure to come away with many fantastic panos. We will have workshops and presentations on new software, equipment and techniques and go on several photo tours
The registration fee is $95 for a member and $170 for a non-member. The registration fee for the non-member includes a one year membership. Also as a paying registrant, you can bring a guest for an additional $40. The guest can attend all the workshops, presentations and photo tours for no additional cost. The $40 guest fee covers the Tuesday evening Banquet cost.
Please register for the Conference here
The Conference Hotel is the Quality Inn & Suites Patriot Point in Mount Pleasant, right across the river from Downtown Charleston. The hotel has given us a limited block of rooms at $104.99 plus taxes and with upgraded rooms at $114.99 plus taxes. They have agreed to honor those rates from Sunday the 10th through Thursday the 14th (check out the 15th) for those who wish to extend their visit in the Charleston area. Hotel information is as follows:
Quality Inn & Suites Patriot Point
196 Patriots Point Road
Mount Pleasant, SC 29464
Please be sure to mention that you are with the IAPP conference to insure the group rates.