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International Association of Panoramic Photographers
The International Association of Panoramic Photographers (IAPP) first met in April of 1984. IAPP is an affiliate of the Professional Photographers of America, headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida. Membership in the Association is comprised of amateur and professional photographers. Members are from the motion picture industry, NASA, computer sciences, journalism, art and commercial photography. Association members give technical assistance, share information about business opportunities, stock agency requirements, color printing techniques, and more.

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