Social imaging is the use of photography as the most popular kind of content in existing social networks like Facebook, or starting new social groups with tools like Color and Instagram. It generates greater enthusiasm for photography and accelerates picture taking and usage, benefiting the industry overall — and changing the way we live, work and relate to our communities.
Kawasaki will moderate the panel discussion focusing on the technologies that power Social Imaging and, how these images are beginning to be monetized. He’ll be joined by Sachin Agarwal, of Posterous; Frank Simon, ECCE TERRAM; Robert Scoble, Building 43; and Marc Silber, Silber Studios.
Next, I3A president Lisa Walker leads an informative consumer panel to provide executives with a unique opportunity to hear what customers really think about their products, and how they use them. This year’s panel is a must-see, promising to provide valuable insight and fresh perspectives on how today’s socially connected consumers use images as part of their daily lives and, more importantly, how they expect to use their images in the future.