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Panoramic Conference 2010 Tucson
Tucson

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We are pleased and excited to announce "Tucson 2010" - The International Panoramic Photography Conference.

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


We hope to make this the best and biggest conference ever, bringing together everyone interested in any form of panoramic photography.

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