Posts Tagged ‘PPA’

Where has Jason gone??

August 21, 2011 Leave a comment

Well, to start, I spent the last few months preparing to move one state over and actually accomplishing this task. (Which is no easy task considering the move was about 650 miles and nearly a five-fold increase in elevation, plus I clearly under-estimated the size of the moving truck necessary to accomplish this task efficiently.) Needless to say, we made it and all of our belongings made it in one piece as well. Though still unpacking, the necessities are set-up and working now. (Computer, Television, Bed) On that, I am currently taking a short break from full-time work to concentrate on full-time school so that I can accelerate through my degree program even faster than before. (Business Administration with a specialization in Small Business and Entrepreneurship, who would have guessed that from an award winning photographer!?)

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My Experience: First time in a PPA print competition.

February 15, 2010 3 comments

Although I planned on doing competitions in past years, something always came up around the time I planned on prepping images to be printed for competition. And I suppose i was a little scared to submit, mostly due to lack of knowledge on the process. But this year things changed in my favor. Nothing came up, I had ample time to prepare digital files and I decided to contact some people who have been through the process before to help walk me through step by step.
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Slow updates…

February 15, 2010 Leave a comment

I’d like to say Sorry to all my regulars who have been checking the site and not getting the usual amount of updates the last few weeks. I am in the planning stages of my own wedding (to be held in October) and we were behind schedule to begin with and we had a slow start with the planning due to a mix up with the family.

Needless to say, I am still here and still working on updates. I hope to sit down tonight for a bit and cover my experience with my first time in a PPA print competition, what I learned and some tips I feel might help others do as well as I did in judging.