WOW! I woke up this morning with a great news – two of my newest images were awarded in the last ISPWP contest (Spring 2013). They were taken during the engagement session of Cathy and Jonathan in Abbaye de Villers a few months ago. You can see more images from the session here.
Both images were recognised in the category “Framing the Subject”.
It’s a huge honour to be listed once again among the best wedding photographers in the world. My previous award winning wedding image is here.
Not heard of the ISPWP? The International Society of Professional Wedding Photographers is a rarity among wedding photography organisations. Photographers cannot simply buy an ISPWP membership, they have to earn it.
Their requirements are experience, talent, and professionalism and to be accepted, a photographer must have shot at least 50 weddings, submit their portfolio for review, agree to operate under the ISPWP Code of Conduct, and have an ISPWP Sponsor or four references. Then they have to be voted in by current members.
In short, when you hire an ISPWP Wedding Photographer, you are hiring a talented veteran with a track record, peer recognition, and a passion for creating heirloom images of your wedding.