Some of you are probably wondering why become a Certified Professional Photographer? Certification helps to show potential clients the value in hiring a professional. Consumers might not know much about professional photography, but they understand that certification means professional-quality goods and services. Anyone can buy a camera and take some pictures, but a Certified Professional Photographer (CPP) designation shows clients that you are a true professional in your field.
Clients in every industry seek out credentialed professionals, as the public recognizes certification as a sign that one is an authority in the field. A CPP designation offers potential clients an assurance, not just of quality, but also of technical skill and artistic expertise.
Join me on Tuesday – July 7th at 7pm and I will show you the steps to becoming a Certified Professional Photographer.
“Color. Perfected. Get Control of Your Digital Color.”
Tired of working hours at your computer to get your image to look like what you saw in the field? Disappointed at the prints you’re getting back from your lab? Confused about why you need to calibrate and profile your monitor? This evening is just what the doctor ordered.
Wasting time costs money and creates frustration that none of us need. Find out how you can get what you expect from your digital files and how easy it is to color manage your workflow.
Ray Nason, from X-Rite, will be on hand to help you get control of your image color to save you time and money. And there will be plenty of time to answer your questions. Bring along your laptop and we’ll show you how to calibrate and profile using your own computer!