It's still not too late to enter the IPC !!!
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    Default It's still not too late to enter the IPC !!!

    For those who thought that it was too late this year...

    I just wanted to remind everyone who hasn't entered, that there is a late deadline of July 16th to enter and upload your files.
    And - you'll have until July 23 to get your prints to PPA Headquarters.

    So if you haven't yet entered, and were still thinking about it - you still have a three days to enter and upload your files !!!

    So for you procrastinators out there - there's still time !!!
    Last edited by Rick_Massarini; 07-14-2012 at 03:21 AM.
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    Default Re: It's still not too late to enter the IPC !!!

    I thought the deadline was July 5th for uploads. I may try and get this done this weekend. Thanks Rick.

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    Default Re: It's still not too late to enter the IPC !!!

    does thru midnight on 7-16 mean I have all day Monday?
    Amy Feick CPP

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    Default Re: It's still not too late to enter the IPC !!!

    Yep - you have all day on Monday - but I wouldn't advise waiting until the last minute since if you have any problems, or if you want to break a seal, you will have to go through customer service to have one of the IT guys unlock your files - and there may not be anyone on duty at PPA HQ after 5PM on Monday (Eastern Time)
    The best way to gain for yourself is to give OF yourself.
    - - - So get out there and volunteer for something ...


    Rick Massarini, M. Photog., Cr., CPP., F-PPLA
    PPLA Past President; 97th Recipient PPA Directors Award
    ASP SouthWest District Rep. & ASP Convention Booth Chairman


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    Default Re: It's still not too late to enter the IPC !!!

    I am one of those procrastinators that has not sent anything into the IPC yet. After a respectable showing my first year I did very poorly in regionals this year and lost some momentum. I am tempted to send something in, but I am not feeling much love for the files I have to choose from.

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    Default Re: It's still not too late to enter the IPC !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed_Sharp View Post
    I am one of those procrastinators that has not sent anything into the IPC yet. After a respectable showing my first year I did very poorly in regionals this year and lost some momentum. I am tempted to send something in, but I am not feeling much love for the files I have to choose from.
    We never love our own files - we always hate our cases - it only depends on whether the JURORS love your files...

    Also, I've got you on the list of volunteers for hanging the prints at the convention again this year. Thanks for volunteering!
    The best way to gain for yourself is to give OF yourself.
    - - - So get out there and volunteer for something ...


    Rick Massarini, M. Photog., Cr., CPP., F-PPLA
    PPLA Past President; 97th Recipient PPA Directors Award
    ASP SouthWest District Rep. & ASP Convention Booth Chairman


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    Default Re: It's still not too late to enter the IPC !!!

    Thanks for the encouragement and for putting me on the set up and take down list again. I learn as much if not more, from talking with my fellow Print Crew Engineers as I do from the IUSA classes!

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    hey Rick, Todd and I would love to volunteer again this year

    I'm forcing myself to decide on two images, and I'm really disappointed in myself. I thought this extra time would allow me to come up with something "worthy" and yet I don't think I've hit the mark I want. I won't send my case in with just two images, so I found two fillers. I still don't have titles for them, and unfortunately since I'm just deciding TODAY on which two to send in, I'm not sure I have enough time to get them from the lab and shipped to get there next week, so I may have to go with a digital entry for two. I'm bummed.
    Amy Feick CPP

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    Default Re: It's still not too late to enter the IPC !!!

    Amy,

    Thanks for volunteering to be on the print show setup crew again this year. I've got you, Todd and Ed down on the list.

    And as far as your "case-fillers"... I Loaned a "case-filler" a few years back - so never give up on it !!! ...ya just never know...
    The best way to gain for yourself is to give OF yourself.
    - - - So get out there and volunteer for something ...


    Rick Massarini, M. Photog., Cr., CPP., F-PPLA
    PPLA Past President; 97th Recipient PPA Directors Award
    ASP SouthWest District Rep. & ASP Convention Booth Chairman


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    Default Re: It's still not too late to enter the IPC !!!

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed_Sharp View Post
    I learn as much if not more, from talking with my fellow Print Crew Engineers as I do from the IUSA classes!
    Yeah, few people realize the value of spending the afternoon "working" with some of those people. While you're working setting up the print show, there's nothing else to do but to talk shop - so you end up spending the afternoon picking the brains of people like Dave Huntsman, Joan and Rene' Genest, Randy McNeilly, Jon Allyn, and the great Dwight Okumoto (just figured I give you a big plug, bud) - among others. It's a worthwhile investment in time, plus, you get a service merit for doing it - so you come out ahead both ways !
    Last edited by Rick_Massarini; 07-16-2012 at 01:08 AM.
    The best way to gain for yourself is to give OF yourself.
    - - - So get out there and volunteer for something ...


    Rick Massarini, M. Photog., Cr., CPP., F-PPLA
    PPLA Past President; 97th Recipient PPA Directors Award
    ASP SouthWest District Rep. & ASP Convention Booth Chairman


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