Adobe Systems Inc. plans to host the first annual Digital Photography Summit at next month’s PMA 2003 Convention and Trade Show. The event’s goal is to discuss how major hardware and software vendors envision the future of digital photography both for professionals and consumers.
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The Digital Photography Summit will gather representatives from Adobe, Canon, Hewlett Packard and Nikon to talk about their companies’ own contributions to the evolution of digital photography and of the market in general. Photographer Douglas Kirkland and photojournalist Kevin Gilbert will also be on hand to lend a professional’s perspective to the discussion, too.
The panel discussion kicks off on Monday, March 3, 2003 at 5:00PM at the Las Vegas Hilton, in Ballrooms F and G. A hosted reception begins at 7:30PM that same evening.
Industry analysts and media interested in attending the Digital Photography Summit are asked to register in advance.