In one short week, we will be boarding a big jet plane that will take us to Atlanta for Imaging USA! Excited does not describe how we are feeling about being in Hotlanta for 5 days! We can’t wait to see all of you again!
Below is a list of the Top 10 things to do while in Atlanta for Imaging USA. Click the links for more info!
1). Grant Park– Atlanta’s oldest city park. With 131.5 acres, this park is sure to have some beautiful photographic opportunities! Bordering the park are 3 more of Atlanta’s hot attractions: Zoo Atlanta, Atlanta Cyclorama, and Oakland Cemetery.
2). Centennial Olympic Park– Atlanta was the site of the 1996 Olympic Games. This 21 acre park is the site to festivals, family fun and live music year round.
3). Atlanta History Center– Talk about a photographers dream! The AHC features 6 historic gardens as well as 3 historic homes and 2 museums. What a fantastic place to get those creative juices flowing again!
4). Eddie’s Attic– Looking for a place to enjoy live music after sitting in classes all day long? Then Eddie’s Attic is the place to be. Located on Decatur Square, in Decatur, Ga, an artist friendly community located with in the metro area. Eddie’s Attic was home to artists like John Mayer, Sugarland, Shawn Mullins, Josh Joplin, Billy Pilgrim, Kristen Hall, Caroline Aiken, Michelle Malone, and Matthew Kahler before they went on to become household names.
5). BRI’s Booth Talks!- From Cascade demos to iPhoneography to Photo Video Fusion, our booths talks are gonna rock! You won’t want to miss this!
6). Atlanta Botanical Garden & Piedmont Park– Adjacent to each other ABG & Piedmont Park are two of Atlanta’s most beautiful attractions! If you go to the Atlanta Botanical Garden, you must do the Canopy Walk, a 40 ft high suspension bride that creates a tree top walking trail!
7). Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site & Sweet Auburn District – Explore MLK’s birth home as well as the Sweet Auburn District that served as the thriving center for Atlanta’s black enterprise from the late 1800’s to the 1940’s.
8). Platform classes! Where you go to get your learn on!
9). Margaret Mitchell House and Musuem– Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and operated by the Atlanta History Center, the Margaret Mitchell House is a turn-of-the century, three-story, Tudor Revival building where Margaret Mitchell lived and wrote her Pulitzer-Prize winning book, Gone With the Wind.
10). Closing night party at the Georgia Aquarium January 22, 8-11 pm!- What a way to end Imaging USA at the worlds largest aquarium!
These are just a few of the hundreds of things Atlanta offers. For more things to do in Atlanta, check out Imaging USA’s website!
What places or activities are on your schedule to see and do?