Portfolio Day

Posted on May 4, 2016 by Admin under Portfolio, Professional Photography, Sussex Portrait Photographer, Sussex Wedding Photographer
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BIPP, Portfolio Day, Sussex Wedding Photographer,Sussex Portrait Photographer

This year I am aiming to advance my Diploma in photography by being a member of ‘BIPP’ British Institute of Professional Photography.

I have been accepted with a portfolio of my photography by BIPP Assessors and will become a full member when I produce another portfolio of my photography, I will include portraiture and wedding photography. There are reductions of cost for clients using the phrase ‘Portfolio Day’ when inquiring about my photographic services.

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I have proudly achieved provisional membership and listed below what needs to be done.

Membership of the British Institute of Professional Photography is open to full or part time professional photographers from all disciplines.

The BIPP has one main entry membership known as Provisional Membership. This is designed to ensure we provide individual photographers with the right support needed to achieve qualification.

Entry requirements:

  • You must be earning money from your images
  • You must be professionally insured, with public liability and professional indemnity insurance

Membership benefits of discounts and preferential deals

  • Members rates on training events (saving up to £100 a course)
  • Members rates on Portfolio Reviews
  • Professional services to help your business grow
  • The Photographer magazine and regular e-news updates

How to Join:

  1. Fill in the Membership Form and send it to us with:
  • A CD of 30 – 40 low res images of your current work
  • Copies of your insurance certificates
  • Completed Direct Debit form
  1. Once we receive all this your images will be seen by a panel of Assessors who will determine if you are within a year of successfully completing your BIPP qualification
  2. If they feel you are, your application for Provisional Membership is accepted and you’ll receive your Membership Pack
  3. If Assessors believe you should take a little more time before going for your qualification, they will suggest the best way forward
  4. No money is taken unless your application has been successful





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