Photos From ImagingUSA 2016 I thought I’d share with you a few photos from ImagingUSA 2016 that I snapped with my iPhone. Remember, these are just snapshots taken with a cell phone. They haven’t been edited in any way to improve exposure, etc., so bear with me on this. Why is it that when you get a name badge on a lanyard, the badge always ends up reversed no matter how many times you turn it over??? Steve Hendrix (second from left), Rob Baker, and other Capture Integration reps were demonstrating and answering questions about products, including the new PhaseOne XF100MP system featuring the 100 megapixel medium-format digital back introduced last week. This was the Nikon booth at the product expo. Nikon and a number of other large vendors were absent this year because they were at CES in Las Vegas instead. CES had 170,000 attendees compared to ImagingUSA’s 10,000 attendees. Julieanne Kost answers a question out in the hallway after teaching one of her classes on Adobe Lightroom CC and Adobe Photoshop CC. Julieanne is the Principal Digital Imaging Evangelist for Adobe. This escalator at the CNN Center complex is the entrance to the CNN headquarters tour. According to the Guinness Book of World Records, it is the longest free-standing escalator in the world. The food court is in the foreground. International Photographer of the Year and multiple-award-winning fine art portrait photographer Kristi Elias (on right) demonstrating how she wants the model to pose. Kristi taught a pre-conference one-day hands-on class on fine art portraiture, which I attended.