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Accreditation - Senior Grad Portraits: Jodi Proctor


Accreditations do not only test the technical ability of the photographer, it also tests his/her creativity. Each accreditation portfolio submitted must show the photographer's style and creativity and must feature ten images from ten different sessions and have variations in lighting setups and backgrounds.

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Image of the Day - Paul Wright


This image was created by member Paul Wright from Burnaby, BC.

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Image of the Day - Gabor Gasztonyi


This image was created by member Gabor Gasztonyi from New Westminster, BC.

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Accreditation - Travel Illustration: Charlene Williams, CPA


An accredited portfolio in travel illustration are a collection of images "that are excellent quality for the purpose of accompanying articles and information pieces commonly found in newspapers and magazines. Images in this category are "feature" oriented and non-commercial in nature".

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Image of the Day - Lane Collison


This image was created by member Lane Collison from Edmonton, AB.

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Image of the Day - John Beesley, MPA SPA


This image was created by member and master photographer John Beesley from Quispamsis, NB.

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Image of the Day - Moira Neal, MPA SPA


This image was created by member and master photographer Moira Neal from Prince George, BC.

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Image of the Day - Tanya Sedore


This image was created by member Tanya Sedore from Grande Prairie, AB.

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Image of the Day - Cheryl Webb


This image was created by member Cheryl Webb from Cranbrook, BC.

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Accreditation - Nature: Karen Evans


A successful accreditation in nature, must "encompass all that is natural, including plants, animals and landscapes. It does not however, include man made subjects, landscapes that have been modified by man, domesticated animals or plants or any situation where the "hand of man" is evident".

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