PhotoVision gives photographers such a wealth of information, it’s easy to access and this is the type of inspiration and professional development help that PPA photographers need.
ATLANTA, Ga. (PRWEB) April 29, 2015
Professional Photographers of America (PPA) has added new PhotoVision episodes to its growing library. PhotoVision’s monthly streaming subscription is available to PPA photographers at no additional cost as part of their membership.
With these eight new educational videos, photographers can learn green screen techniques, family, senior and child portrait strategies, social media planning and more.
“PhotoVision gives photographers such a wealth of information, it’s easy to access and this is the type of inspiration and professional development help that PPA photographers need,” said Angela Kurkian, PPA’s director of education. “Our members are always seeking to grow as artists and business professionals. PhotoVision covers topics that are vital to a photographer’s success. It’s real-world knowledge presented by photographers who’ve proven themselves already and are running profitable businesses.”
PhotoVision videos feature tips, processes and techniques from big-name photographers. Each episode expands and strengthens the professional photography industry as a whole, aligning well with PPA’s mission to do the same. The pros featured in these new videos include John Pyle, Gary Hughes, the Iconik team, Tracy Malott, Amy Doerring, Dan and Alex McClanahan, Melanie Anderson and Allison Rodgers.
The new additions broaden PPA’s current education offerings, which include PPAedu and PPA Business workshops. PhotoVision and PPAedu combined offer PPA photographers more than 1,100 videos to browse through and continue to learn from. PhotoVision online streaming is available to PPA members at no additional cost to their membership. Non-members are still able to subscribe and renew at their current rates. For more information, visit PPA.com/PhotoVision.
Professional Photographers of America (PPA) is the largest international nonprofit association created by professional photographers, for professional photographers. Almost as long-lived as photography itself, PPA’s roots date back to 1869. It assists more than 28,000 members through protection, education and resources for their continued success. See how PPA helps photographers be more at PPA.com.