Tag Archives: Accreditation


How a Passion for Drawing Led to an Accreditation in Figure Study (NSFW)

‘Figure Study: skillful and creative artistic representations of the unclothed human figure; in whole or in part.’ When I was a kid (yeah, yeah… in the real long ago), I started sketching. Before my first […]

Continue reading »

Manipulating the Final Image to Realise Your Vision

Many a heated discussion has been had in photography circles about manipulating photographs. While I completely agree with the philosophy that you should “get it right in camera”, there are those times that a bridge […]

Continue reading »

High Time For That Accreditation In Low Key Portrait

Whenever I get into something new, I get to know whatever it is as thoroughly as possible – all the ins and outs, high and low. True to form, when I joined the PPOC in […]

Continue reading »

Please Stop Calling Me A ‘Professional’ Photographer

“I recently went to a new doctor and noticed he was located in something called the Professional Building. I felt better right away.” ~ George Carlin When I was twelve years old, my grandparents took […]

Continue reading »

A Beautiful Day

One of my goals as a photographer is to constantly push myself forward, continually learning in an effort to create better photographs. By pushing myself to look a little closer at the details, improve my technique […]

Continue reading »

The Ins and Outs of Accreditation

The term ‘professional photographer’ means different things to different people. To some, it’s about money – making your living from photography. To others, it’s about work ethic, certification and experience. In either case, all agree […]

Continue reading »