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Tucson 2010 International Panoramic Photography Conference
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Willy Kaemena sets up for a spherical panorama group shot of the crowd attending the International Panoramic Photography Conference in sunny Tucson, Arizona. April 15, 2010

Location in the courtyard of the Hilton Tucson East conference hotel.

Tucson, Arizona, April 14-18, 2010, presented jointly by the IVRPA and the IAPP (International VR Photography Association and International Association of Panoramic Photographers).

Conference website: http://tucson2010.com

Copyright: Jook Leung | 360 Vr Images
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