Where are past IPC photos to view?
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    Default Where are past IPC photos to view?

    I'm looking at entering some photos this year, but I wanted to see the competition. I have looked for photos from previous IPCs, but can't find them. Anybody know where to view actual winning photos?

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    Default Re: Where are past IPC photos to view?

    If you have a loan collection or a general collection book they are packed with inspiration....you can get them through Marathon Press.

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    Default Re: Where are past IPC photos to view?

    Byron, there isn't a list of all the images that merited, but as Monica posted, the Loan Collection and Showcase books are available as some of the best. You can see the Grand imaging award winners from this past convention as well...It's on this page:

    http://www.ppa.com/competitions/cont...ItemNumber=526

    On right side, go to Grand Imaging Award Winners.
    Cheri MacCallum
    CPP, M. Photog., M. Artist, MEI, Cr., GFD, Ph. Artist
    Painter Portraits for Pros and Fine Art Printing Services
    http://www.artbycheri.net/proserv.html
    www.artbycherifineart.net
    http://artbycheri.typepad.com/art_by_cheri/

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    Default Re: Where are past IPC photos to view?

    Ok, thanks for your help!

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    Default Re: Where are past IPC photos to view?

    You can also look at the Best of the best" at http://www.asofp.com/portfolio.asp
    Michael Gan,M.Photog.Cr. CPP,
    Meritage House of Photography

    If your business depends on you, you don't own a business-you have a job. And it's the worst job in the world because you're working for a lunatic... You can't close it when you want to, because if it's closed you don't get paid. You can't leave it when you want to, because if you leave there's nobody there to do the work. You can't sell it when you want to, because who wants to buy a job?
    —Michael Gerber
    http://www.meritageonmain.blogspot.com

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