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Who We Are: We are professional and aspiring professional portrait and general photographers who gather from across eastern Oklahoma for education, fellowship and public service. INPPA is affiliated with the Professional Photographers of America and the Professional Photographers of Oklahoma. Through these and local programs our members further their education and abilities to serve their public and their business.

What We Do: We meet 10 times a year for professional development speakers, once a year for print competition and once a year for a holiday party. Periodically we sponsor extra speakers from across the United States. Several times a year we host fundraising and social events. We offer scholarships to members for the Professional Photographers of Oklahoma Spring Seminar and Fall Convention. We volunteer for community charity efforts as selected by our board of directors.

When We Meet: We meet at the My Photo Studio, 7902 E. 50th street south (Fontana Shopping Center), Tulsa, OK, at 6:30 p.m. on the second Tuesday of the month.

How You Can Join: Membership is open to professional and aspiring photographers, their staff and spouses. Levels of membership and dues vary. Dues are collected each July. Each new member must agree to and sign a code of ethics.

Guest Policy: Guests are welcome to attend one meeting at no charge. After one complimentary meeting, you can either join INPPA for $65 or continue to attend meetings as a non member for a charge of $15 per meeting.

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Upcoming events

    • 13 Dec 2016
    • 6:30 PM
    • My Photo Studio

    This year we are doing something new!
    Rather than the stresses of cooking
    our November meeting the
    INPPA members voted to have
    the holiday party catered!
    We will be having Mexican food catered.
    Fajita's: Beef, Chicken, Vegetarian
     with both flour and corn tortillas.

    Please plan to bring your own beverage.

    We will also be adopting a family from
    a local elementary school. The goal is to
    provide a holiday dinner, no perishables
    to sustain the children during winter break
    and a gifts for each child. You may provide items from the list or if you like you may donate cash for the board of directors to purchase the remaining items.

    Boy, age 6: clothing size 10, Shoe Size 1.5
    Toy Request: yo-yo, car or truck
    Need: Does not have a hat or gloves.

    Boy age 5: shirt size 7/8, pant size 5, shoe size 12
    Toy Request: cars
    Need: Does not have gloves or a hat.

    Boy age 12: shirt size: adult medium, pant size 30-32, shoe size mens 8, Toy Request: skateboard / basketball (his skateboard broke but he does have safety gear)

    Mother: shirt size Large, pant size large, shoe size 8.5, request: adult coloring book.

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