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The 2014 Seoul P&I Show

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In order to fit all the photos on the exhibit space, they had to drop the size down. I am still happy with the print

In order to fit all the photos on the exhibit space, they had to drop the size down. I am still happy with the print

Better late than never but last weekend I had the pleasure of heading up to the Seoul Photo & Imaging Show to check out the first exhibition comprised of expats living here in Korea. It was all made possible by the hard work of Dylan Goldby. I am grateful for his hard work and friendship and being one of the lucky 50 photographers selected to be a part of this show.

If you are wondering what the show is like, this is pretty much it.

If you are wondering what the show is like, this is pretty much it.

If you are not familiar with the “P&I” show it is the largest photography exhibitions in Korea. I have blogged about it before but this was the first time that I was actually a part of it. Typically this show has (in my opinion) 4 parts: the gear, the girls, the geeks and the galleries. The biggest draw is usually the first 2 “g’s” as dudes from around the country come to oggle the gear and take pictures of the girls holding the gear. Geeks like myself usually stick to the gear and the galleries.

There are not many times all of us can gather in the same space and chat. It was a great time.

There are not many times all of us can gather in the same space and chat. It was a great time.

At any rate, for me the biggest draw up to Seoul was getting a chance to meet a lot of the people that I have been talking to over the internet for years. I think that the overall feeling was that we all sort of knew each other but not the face. It was strange meeting so many people that I have followed and chatted with for so long and finally met in person. It was a really good time and I am happy that I got up there.

Such a great amount of talent here.

Such a great amount of talent here.

Finally, I just want to thank Dylan again for his hard work and for choosing my photo. This was a great weekend and one I won’t forget. 

 

 

 

Here are a few more shots from the meet up

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