The Guild Awards & becoming a Qualified Member

Last October I joined The Guild Of Professional Photographers. The Guild of Photographers was originally established as the Guild of Wedding Photographers in 1988 and over the years has grown much wider to become an association for all individuals committed to the art of photography.  A key fact, is that what matters most to the Guild, are the people behind the camera!

The month I joined I entered my images – 21 in total to become a Qualified Member of the Guild. I was very excited that I passed first time and was awarded QGPP. This means that my imagery, website and work are classed as Qualified Professional Photographer and The Guild  recognise the photographer as an ambassador of the association. There are currently only 100 Qualified members in the Country.  To say I am proud is an understatement. My Qualification was published on The Guilds website

The Guild also do monthly Image of the Month Competitions. You can enter up to 9 of your images – the levels of awards are offered at:

The Bar – Images of a good professional level

Bronze Bar – Images of a strong standard at a professional level

Silver Bar – Images that are well crafted at a professional level

Gold Bar – Images of a particular distinction at a professional level

Platinum – Images of outstanding and exceptional quality

This month alone nearly 1000 images were entered. Im very pleased that since joining all of my images have been awarded Bronze Bar with one image this month just one point away from Silver Bar – so here are the images Ive entered so far 🙂









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