Accreditation

Accreditation - Couples Portrait: Bobbi Carpino


A photographer submitting a couples portrait accreditation portfolio must include ten images of ten different subjects from ten different sessions in ten different locations and show ten different poses. They must include full length and close ups and have both environmental and studio portraits. These portraits are of couples only and must demonstrate interaction between the couple and tell a...

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Accreditation: Child/Infant Portraiture - Doxa Coates


Every child photographer approaches their photography differently. Some have a contemporary feel and some, like member Doxa Coates from Oakville, ON have a wonderful timeless feel of classic portrait work. Doxa, like the four other photographers we have featured this month on the blog, has recently earned a successful child/infant portrait accreditation. Her images are distinctly different but...

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Accreditation: Child/Infant Portraiture - Shellie Secretan


Today is the Professional Photographer's of Canada's Accreditation deadline! Members across Canada are scrambling to put the finishing touches on their portfolios that they are submitting! Good luck to all who are entering! We are continuing with our feature on child/infant portrait accreditations this month. We wanted to showcase the different styles that different members have, but all have...

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Accreditation - Child/Infant Portraiture: Cristina Sacco


The accreditation portfolio of child/infant portraiture is the most popular category of portfolios. We thought it would be neat to feature several of these portfolios from newer members to show that irregardless of style, the same principles of technique apply to every image accepted in accreditation. Accreditation judges base their judging on things like posing, composition, colour balance,...

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Accreditation - Studio Portrait: Arley Caswell


An accreditation in studio portrait means the photographer has demonstrated the creative and technical expertise in the use of backgrounds, setups, and lighting in studio portraits. Member Arley Caswell from Winnipeg, MB recently received her accreditation in studio portraits. Congratulations Arley! I grew up in Brandon, Manitoba and took photography as my vocation in high school which is where...

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Feature Presentation/Fusion Accreditation


With the advent of dSLR cameras that provide the ability to take both still and motion images, the PPOC has a feature presentation/fusion accreditation category. This portfolio makes use of images in features that are displayed using multimedia techniques. Features will be judged in their entirety, with consideration given to all image elements as well as to the presentations technical, story...

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Accreditation Deadline!!!


Just a reminder that the accreditation deadline is today at 5pm EST! Judging will take place April 21 at national convention. Late entries will not be judged until the July entry. Get those entries in!!!

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Child/Infant Accreditation - Joan Fox


Accreditation is described on the Professional Photographer’s of Canada’s website as: “Accreditation is the first elevation above the general membership level, and is achieved by submitting samples of the applicant’s photography to a PPOC Board of Review for Accreditation. Accreditation demonstrates that the photographer is capable of delivering above average quality photography in a chosen...

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Accreditation Deadline Extended!


It has come to our attention that the previously scheduled accreditation submission deadline of April 6th is a statutory holiday, and as such, there will be no technical support available to those making submissions on that date. Accordingly we have delayed the submission deadline to 5 pm EST, Monday, April 9th. Please note both the TIME and DATE, as late submissions will be held over for judging...

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Accreditation - Industrial: Kim Downie


A successful accreditation portfolio in industrial must show a good cross section of work and must include the following: construction, aerial, corrosion, machinery, illustration, public relations, architectural product, advertising, business or executive portraits as related to industry. Member Kim Downie from Winnipeg, MB is now nationally accredited in industrial photography! Congratulations...

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