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CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show 2018
Mar 02 2018
PACIFICO YOKOHAMA (Conference Center 301/302), Japan

Come hear Ed Lee, Alan Bullock and David Haueter speak March 2, 2018 at the Digital Imaging Seminar during CP+ Camera & Photo Imaging Show.

CP+ is a camera, photography, and imaging show for consumers, professional photographers, and other business users, with participants from a wide variety of target demographics.

Digital Imaging Seminar Sessions by Keypoint Intelligence include:

Ed Lee, Group Director, Worldwide Consumer and Professional Imaging Services
10:30 am - 11:10 am
The Evolving Photographers

The role that photography plays is different from person to person. Some are satisfied with their smartphone cameras, while others want to use a digital camera to take expert photographs. Some are even trying to take attractive pictures that look good for Instagram. This session explains the different types of emerging photographers, together with an analysis of the business opportunities for the imaging industry.

Alan Bullock, Associate Director, Connected Imaging Trends Service
11:10 am - 11:40 am
Consumer Imaging in the 360-Degree World

AR and VR provide a new approach to experience content in the diversified fields of entertainment, gaming, sightseeing, and office work. 180- and 360-degree cameras enable users to enter immersive content, but what about after that? This session describes the possibility and challenges of state-of-the-art devices and services.

David Haueter, Associate Director, Photo Printing Trends Service
11:40 am - 12:10 pm
The Role of Printing & Output in Today's Photography Market

Just like digital cameras, which once changed the photo-printing market by driving out film cameras, smartphones are taking the place of digital cameras in another case of recent market reform. With many challenges, however, comes more opportunities for market success. This session depicts how the markets of photo-printing and output are dynamically changing, and how to raise the value and recognition of printing.