April Meeting - From Camera to Competition, Dawn Muncy

  • April 11, 2017
  • 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
  • My Photo Studio

If you haven't entered print competition yet chances are you are a bit
intimidated by the process. It's true that print competition is the best
and fastest learning experience available but how do you even decide where
to start?

Master Photographer Dawn Muncy will guide you through process starting with
how to select images for competition and how to prepare them for the
rigorous journey toward “merit” and “loan” status.

We will cover: The 12 elements of a merit image, how to spot the best work
in your portfolio, selecting the best category, removing distractions,
retouching tips, presentation examples and the importance of a strong
title, just to name a few.

Even if you aren't quite ready to jump into print competition this class
will help you identify details that will improve your daily work and add
value to your client offerings.

Bring a notebook and a brand new pen, we are going to cover a lot of

Dawn Muncy is a Master Photographer, Photographic Craftsman and PPA
Certified Professional Photographer, in Enid Oklahoma specializing in high school seniors and family portraits.  Her interest in photography began in high school as part of the yearbook staff.  She later attended the Colorado Institute of Art in the Commercial Photography program.  

She joined Professional Photographers of America (PPA) in 2001 and has continued her education through a number of the PPA Affiliate schools and workshops. She also teaches basic photography and portrait lighting classes at various PPA affiliated events in Oklahoma and surrounding states.  A self proclaimed, “poster child for PPA,” Muncy competes in local, regional and international PPA affiliated competitions and has had eight of her images accepted into the PPA International Loan Collection.

Dawn and her husband Douglas own and operate Muncy Photography, a retail portrait studio in Downtown Enid.

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