Comox Valley Record

Photographer recognized with another accreditation

Shots like this have earned Karen McKinnon another accreditation from the Professional Photographers of Canada. - Karen McKinnon
Shots like this have earned Karen McKinnon another accreditation from the Professional Photographers of Canada.
— image credit: Karen McKinnon

Award-winning photographer Karen McKinnon of McKinnon Photography has been recognized with another accreditation from the Professional Photographers of Canada.

She is well known in the Comox Valley for her contribution to the community and her connection with clients.

Accreditation is the first elevation above general membership in the prestigious organization, achieved by submitting samples of the applicant’s photography to a board of review. When assessing submissions, the organization considers criteria such as impact, creativity, style, composition, technique and story telling. Accreditation then demonstrates that the photographer is capable of delivering above-average quality photography in a chosen category

McKinnon submitted 10 images in the category of environmental portraiture. The images submitted must be of 10 different subjects, with 10 different poses and 10 different environments. Environmental Portraiture refers to images taken outdoors.

McKinnon received an accreditation of excellence last year for children's portraiture.

Her website at www.mckinnonphotography.com.

 

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