CPP Prep in Utah
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    Just wanted to share this with everyone in case someone was interested.

    What does it take to become a Certified Professional Photographer (CPP)?

    Come and find out and you'll be glad you did!

    To register - Call Glen at 801-756-8824 email: glen@glenricksphotography.com
    OR - - - Ted York at 801-310-3336 email: portraits@tedyorkphotography.com

    When: on Monday, April 21st from 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
    Where: Wasatch Photographic - 392 East 3900 South, Salt Lake City, UT 84107
    www.wasatchphoto.com
    Cost: FREE

    Who is teaching: This course will be taught by Glen Ricks, M.Photog.Cr, CPP, Fellow IPPA and Ted York, CPP. Glen was one of the first to certify in Utah (1983) and for many years was the liaison for certification for IPPA. He has taught this course several times over the years and is very familiar with the things you need to know to become certified. Ted recently certified and his first national print competition submission to PPA yielded three loan prints and a Platinum Photographer of the Year award. So come prepared to pick their brains!

    What will you learn?: Ted will spend time on the test and how to best prepare for it while Glen will spend time on the technical part of photography, and how to prepare your prints for submission.

    The CPP certification test will be offered at the IPPA annual. So let's get you ready to be certified!

    www.intermountainppa.com
    Cindi Delaney, future CPP
    We have no quarrel with those who choose to sell their wares for less.
    They know what their stuff is worth.

    From a little sign that used to hang on the wall of my mother's restaurant

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    This will be my first CPP prep class to take and I'm very excited.
    They welcome anyone in the surrounding areas.
    Cindi Delaney, future CPP
    We have no quarrel with those who choose to sell their wares for less.
    They know what their stuff is worth.

    From a little sign that used to hang on the wall of my mother's restaurant

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