The Palm Springs Photo Festival
SAVE THE DATES: April 1-6, 2012
The Palm Springs Photo Festival is an intense week-long event for Professional, Emerging and Serious Advanced Amateur Photographers. We are dedicated to providing a rich program intended to inspire, educate and instill or reignite passion for the art and commerce of photography.
- “The only criticism I have is that no where on your website did it say how totally cool this event is!” – Jamie
- “I just wanted to say thank you again for the kind and inclusive treatment last week in Palm Springs. Your event is 5 star, and I’m still vibrating with the energy. Can’t wait until next year.” – Carrie
- “As always, I find the experience to be one of the most satisfying industry events I attend all year. You manage to pull in some really remarkable people, and offer a wonderful platform to exchange ideas, network, and really appreciate photography.” – Peter
- “I just want to say how wonderful my experience was: The reviews, the symposiums, the slide presentations, the mingling and the all-around good feeling of the PSPF 2011! It felt like photography camp for grown-ups! I think you just used overall common sense to capture the essence of what a good photo gathering should be and just did it! Bravo on an excellent festival.” – Susan
- “…it really was a life-altering week for me. ” – Cynthia
- “This was my second year attending Palm Springs Photo Festival, and I am certain it will not be my last because I probably learn more in this week about photography and myself than in the course of the year.” – Tom
These quotes by people with NO Last Names. Not too believable. This is a lot of silly business and it’s costs a fortune. A fortune that most of us do not have.
Do yourself a big favor and bypass this festival and just go out and take photographs, and photographs, and more photographs. The more you take the better you just might become.
Spending $95 and for a 1 hour and 45 minute seminar on Social Marketing will never make you better at anything.
Now get out there and photograph.
Original contents copyright 2011 by John S. Krill and/or the bylined author. All Rights Reserved.