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President’s message: Welcome 2020


January 2020 issue News

© Gregory Daniel Portraits and Kyla Renee Paintings PPA President Audrey WancketI love January: new year, new goals, and most of all, Imaging USA. Nashville, here we come. It’s exciting to be at an event where more than 10,000 photographers gather and everyone learns, shares, and gets inspired. Those of us who have been to many PPA annual conventions (more than 30 for me) know generally what to expect when we get there.But members who are at their first or second Imaging USA may not... Continue Reading >

Erich Caparas gives photographers an education


October 2019 issue Profiles

Stepping back to help others move forward© Erich Caparas Erich CaparasIn 2002, after 22 years working as a photographer and graphic designer, Erich Caparas, M.Photog., walked away. “I was burned out,” he says of his career in the commercial niche. He craved something different, so he moved to Florida to become, of all things, a real estate broker.For nine years, Caparas built his brokerage business. But photography wasn’t done with him yet. In 2011, he picked it up again as a... Continue Reading >

PPA President’s message: Stock your tool belt


May 2019 issue Business

Audrey Wancket © Jamie HayesWhat skills could you add to your business? For a while I thought spring would never arrive. It was a very cold, snowy, long winter in northern Illinois, and yet here we are more than halfway to summer already. I hope 2019 has started off well for you, both creatively and financially. Let’s be sure to keep an eye on our goals and marketing plans throughout the year, making adjustments as needed.I specialize in portraits, and May is the first month I can... Continue Reading >

The magic behind Ken Kaminesky’s travel photography


October 2018 issue Profiles

His story starts with packing boxes in a Montreal warehouse, but the lasting image is what matters most to travel photographer Ken Kaminesky—not just the image in hand but the memory of its moment, too.For that, we find ourselves in Petra, the ancient Nabataean capital carved out of cliffs in Jordan. Kaminesky’s online portfolio includes images of Petra he took on one of his Discovery Photo Tours, a business he launched in 2016. His recollection quickly jumps to his image of Petra’s... Continue Reading >
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