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Date: November 13, 2017
Time: 2:00 pm  to  10:00 am

The Israel Photography Conference is the main event of the photography community in Israel, which is designed to inspire and broaden horizons for amateur and professional photographers alike.

The Galitz Group, which aims to promote the photography community in Israel, is constantly working to raise the level from conference to conference and give its participants the ultimate experience of photography.

Ami will be speaking at the event on Nov. 13.

Learn more at https://www.secrettelaviv.com/tickets/israel-photography-conference-2

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