SF19 Speaker Submissions

Deadline: July 31, 2018

Thank you for your interest in being a speaker for ShutterFest 2019!

Some things to consider BEFORE submitting:

This is no ordinary conference. We have a very active community that is very goal oriented. Don’t bore them with fluff or some presentation you gave at another conference last year. Give them unique content. Challenge them and push them to see the world differently. 

We love business topics, we love lighting and posing topics. The truth is, we LOVE UNIQUE AND HANDS-ON TOPICS of all kinds. 

Topics do matter. For example, topics like “Lighting 101” or “OCF for Dummies” will get you rejected as a speaker fast. Topics like “Shooting baby goldfish from a moving F-18 fighter jet” – now we are talking!! You get the point, right? We want something that is going to get people excited and something that is not a free Youtube video. Think outside the box and challenge yourself to be a better instructor. 

Finally, pay attention to the course types listed below and be sure to categorize your courses correctly. This has a huge impact on the students and how we position your classes. 

Good luck. 

We look forward to hearing all your ideas for an incredible ShutterFest 2019. 

Sal Cincotta


Topic #1 Description

This is not your final class description for the website or show guide. Please list bullet points of what you will be covering in your class, and what students can expect to learn.

Max 500 characters.

Topic #2 Description

This is not your final class description for the website or show guide. Please list bullet points of what you will be covering in your class, and what students can expect to learn.

Max 500 characters.

Topic #3 Description

This is not your final class description for the website or show guide. Please list bullet points of what you will be covering in your class, and what students can expect to learn.

Max 500 characters.