Here I am fighting the flu bug- yuck! In pops the press release to announce my award of third place in the NAPCP National Association of Professional Child Photographers competition in the category of Siblings.
Here it is:
￼The National Association of Professional Child Photographers Honors Allison Cordner in International Image Competition
October 18, 2013) – The National Association of Professional Child Photographers (NAPCP) is proud to announce Allison Cordner of Montreal, Quebec as a 2013 International Image Competition winner. Cordner competed against thousands of image entries and claimed the third place spot in the Siblings category, with her piece “You Keep Me Plenty.”
Designed to recognize the world’s most successful child photographers, the NAPCP Image Competition called for images across a range of category subjects including Maternity, Newborn, Babies, Children, Siblings, Toddlers, Tweens, Seniors and Family. Image submissions were carefully judged by a blue-ribbon panel of experts based on impact, technical merit, composition and creativity.
As an Image Competition winner, Allison will receive a medallion, priority listing on the NAPCP directory, vendor endorsements, NAPCP member points, titles and professional recognition. Additionally, Allison will be qualified to win NAPCP’s prestigious Photographer of the Year award which will be announced in 2014.
For more details on the NAPCP Image Competition, please visit http://napcp.com/photographers/competition/. For more information about Allison Cordner, please visit https://allisoncordner.com
The National Association of Professional Child Photographers (NAPCP) is a member-based association representing and promoting the community of professional child photographers. The NAPCP provides a valuable platform for seasoned veterans and rising professionals alike to share their experiences, hone their craft and raise their professional visibility.
NAPCP connects parents searching for child photographers with its members by providing a comprehensive directory and informative articles on what to expect from their professional photography experience. For more information, please visit http://www.napcp.com.
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