Tag Archives: Portrait Photographers in NY

June 2013 President’s Message

What It Means to be Professional Late last month, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer held a press conference introducing changes to Flickr, the Yahoo-owned photo storage and sharing site.  One of the changes involved a new account structure which eliminated the Flickr Pro option.  She created quite a stir in the professional photography industry when she […]

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April 2013 President’s Message

The PhotoNortheast (PNE) convention just ended, and those of us who went have begrudgingly found out way back home.  You see, this convention, which is a joint conference for the Professional Photographers of NY State (PPSNYS) and the Professional Photographers of America-New Jersey (PPANJ), is one of the fastest growing conventions in the photography world. […]

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March 2013 President’s Newsletter

Spring Forward March is the month every year that we spring ahead our clocks to take advantage of daylight savings time.  Many photography businesses are slower at this time of the year, as we prepare for the upcoming wedding season.  What are you doing to spring your business ahead this year? If you haven’t reviewed […]

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D. Brent Walton Awarded PPA Photographic Craftsman Degree

GRPP member D. Brent Walton, (Cr.Photog., CPP),  was awarded the Photographic Craftsman (Cr.Photog.) degree at the 2013 Imaging USA national convention in Atlanta, GA on January 21st.  The Photographic Craftsman degree is earned by PPA members  through their committment of service to the profession as an orator, author, or mentor.  By giving back to the industry, these PPA […]

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February 2013 President’s Message

On the dawn after America’s biggest unofficial holiday, Super Bowl Sunday, we trudge through America’s 2nd largest unofficial holiday, Super Bowl Monday, when we suffer the effects of too much eating, drinking, and arguing of the merits of one commercial over another from the night before.   This weekend also marks the unofficial halfway mark […]

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