Expo brings world’s best photographers to Del Mar

Presented by two San Diego camera stores and backed by the top names in the industry, the fifth annual Photo Expo West, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 14-15 at Del Mar Fairgrounds, will feature acclaimed photographers with expertise in exceptional images of Hollywood entertainers, sports, nature, landscape, portraiture, wedding and photo journalism.

The largest photography event on the West Coast, the expo is expected to attract more than 5,000 people from across the western United States.

A $10 wristband will allow guests unlimited access to seminars, tutorials and demos planned throughout the weekend. Among these are advanced techniques in Adobe Photoshop, how to set up lighting for the best family portraits, and sharing experiences in the field.

In addition, this event is recognized as the go-to place for used equipment, bargains on the newest and most popular photography equipment, and advancements in digital photography gear and software. The Del Mar Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall is at 2260 Jimmy Durante Blvd., Del Mar. For more information, contact Tom Robeson at (800) 403-8084, ext. 111, or trobeson@

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