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  • 09 Nov 2019 12:21 PM | Lauri West (Administrator)


    Ronald H. Covey, Hon.D.C.Ph., was awarded NHPPA’s Lifetime Achievement Award during a recent meeting of the Association held at the Derryfield Country Club on Wednesday, November 6. Covey is the first photographer to receive this honor.

    NHPPA's Lifetime Achievement Award is presented to “an individual whose life's work has enriched the Association and the photographic industry and profession as a whole.” This is the most prestigious accolade offered by NHPPA - an affiliate of PPA which is the world's largest non-profit association for professional photographers.

    Covey was honored for his outstanding service and integrity to the Association for more than 50 years. Although Covey is currently retired, he continues to support the Association, presently serving as Chair of the Audit Committee.


  • 20 Sep 2019 11:57 AM | Lauri West (Administrator)

    Ella Carlson was named a finalist for the Grand Imaging Awards in the Illustrative - Commercial category by the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) to be awarded at Imaging USA 2020, the annual conference and trade show for photographers. The Grand Imaging Award finalists have been judged to be the very best of the 2019 PPA International Photographic Competition (IPC).

    The Grand Imaging Award finalists were selected from 5,245 entries judged by a panel of 36 jurors. At Imaging USA 2020 the top three photographers in each category will receive awards, with one of the 12 first-place images taking the overall Grand Imaging Award and a $1,000 cash prize.

    Click here to view the full list of finalists. 
    View slideshow of the images from the finalists at https://ppmag.com/2020-gia-finalists.



  • 18 Jul 2019 3:19 PM | Lauri West (Administrator)

    ATLANTA (July 18, 2019) - The fight for copyright protection has progressed on Capitol Hill as the CASE Act gained approval from the Senate Judiciary Committee. U.S. Sens. John Kennedy (R-La.), Dick Durbin (D-Ill.), Thom Tillis (R-N.C.) and Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) announced that the Senate Judiciary Committee voted to advance the long-sought legislation.

    The Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement (CASE) Act, S. 1273, establishes a small-claims process for photographers and other small-business owners/content creators who find their work infringed on by another party. S. 1273 follows the introduction of companion legislation earlier this year in the House by Reps. Doug Collins (R-Ga.), ranking member of the House Judiciary Committee, and Hakeem Jeffries (D-N.Y.), chairman of the House Democratic Caucus.

    Support for The CASE Act is pouring in from creators all over the country, including photographers like Anne Geddes, who traveled with PPA Members, the PPA Government Advocacy team, and other concerned groups to discuss copyright small-claims with the Senate Judiciary Committee ahead of the mark-up of the bill.

    The groups consisted of creators and other representatives of the Copyright Alliance, American Continental Group (representing songwriters and authors), National Press Photographers Association, Graphic Artists Guild, American Society of Media Photographers, American Bar Association – Intellectual Property Section, American Intellectual Property Law Association, Authors Guild, Songwriters Guild of America, the US Chamber of Commerce, the Recording Academy, and Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America.

    “Money and complexity of the court system should not be barriers for small business entrepreneurs and artists to sue copyright infringers, who are very obviously breaking the law,” said Sen. Kennedy. “The CASE Act will ensure that Americans’ creative spirit is preserved and protected.”

    The CASE Act now has 57 co-sponsors in the House and 15 in the Senate, making it the rare, bipartisan bill everyone can support. Sens. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Ted Cruz (R-Texas), Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.), Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), John Cornyn (R-Texas), and Chris Coons (D-Del.) joined as cosponsors of the legislation this week.

    “Today the Senate Judiciary Committee passed the CASE Act…the first of four key votes before the legislation becomes reality,” PPA CEO David Trust relayed to his staff, waiting for the news back at headquarters in Atlanta. “It took us 13 years to get to this point,” Trust continued. “It was a big, big day on Capitol Hill...Today was a big day for PPA members and all American creators.”

    PPA encourages everyone to continue learning more about the issue of copyright small claims at www.ppa.com/smallclaims


  • 08 Jul 2019 3:25 PM | Lauri West (Administrator)

    This year – on June 23, 2019 – PPAM (Professional Photographers Association of Massachusetts) along with members of NHPPA and others marked PPA’s 150th anniversary by recreating a photo of the first professional photography conference. The 1869 conference, held at the Horticultural Society of Boston on Tremont Street, culminated in all the participants gathering on the footbridge at the Boston Public Garden for a photo.


    In the recreation, photographers were posed in the same location as the 1869 group. The 2019 photo was taken by NHPPA and PPA member Scott Levine.

    PPAM President Melvin Guante gave his thoughts on the event. “This is what our photo community is all about. We are a family of imaging professionals and 150 years is a significant achievement for any organization,” said Melvin Guante. “Marking this date with our group photo pays homage to photo pioneers who paved the way for today’s professional photographers.”

    “Understanding and recognizing our journey as a photo community is the key to ensuring success for all photographers,” added Guante. “Our events, programs and members are the pillars that hold our great community together, as shown by this amazing and historic event.”

  • 09 Jun 2019 6:53 AM | Lauri West (Administrator)

    NHPPA prides itself in promoting the importance of continuing education to help its members achieve their personal and professional artistic goals. To further that spirit of learning, each year the NHPPA awards scholarship monies to its members. This year a total of 14 scholarships were presented at the meeting held on June 5.

    The Francis Sullivan and Bob Raiche Memorial scholarship in the amount of $800.00 is intended for use to attend a PPA affiliate school. This year there were two recipients of this scholarship.

    The General scholarship in the amount of $525.00 may be used to attend courses related to photography or the business of photography or for the purchase of books or other educational material related to photography. This year there were 12 general scholarships awarded.

  • 18 May 2019 12:19 PM | Lauri West (Administrator)

    Jay Goldsmith of Portsmouth, N.H. was presented with the National Award at the recent Awards Banquet held as part of the Annual Convention on April 27, 2019 at the Margate Resort in Laconia, N.H. The National Award is a special honor which recognizes outstanding services in professional photography.

    Since joining NHPPA in the early 1980s, Jay has continually given back to the photography industry in New Hampshire by sharing his knowledge and expertise speaking at various meetings, seminars, and conventions as well as conducting personal workshops. During the time Jay served on the Board of NHPPA, he was responsible for many innovative changes, most notable of which was establishing the library which served as a valuable learning resource for members. 

    Jay is perenially curious and never stops learning about and sharing photography techniques. In the spirit of bringing photography into the community, Jay had what was intended to be a one-year holiday exhibit in the seacoast area that was met with such enthusiasm, it turned into a four-year journey demonstrating how a 19th century platinum/palladium printmaking technique can be combined with modern digital photography.

    To learn more about Jay and his work, visit www.jaygoldsmith.com.

  • 28 Feb 2019 3:30 PM | Raymond Peeples (Administrator)

    How would YOU like to win a 2019 NHPPA Conference Banquet/Awards Ceremony ticket?

    It's as easy as one...two...three!

      1.  Register for Conference by March 25

      2.  Reserve your room at the Margate by March 25   

       3. Send in your Friday night Game Questionnaire answers by March 25 

  • 29 Jan 2019 1:33 PM | Lauri West (Administrator)

    Grand Imaging Award goes to Ella Carlson

    Ella Carlson, M.Photog.M.Artist.Cr., CPP, EA-ASP, F-ASP was named the 2019 Grand Imaging Award winner by Professional Photographers of America. Carlson took top prize for her non-event album, “Most Wanted,” which depicts fantastical mythical creatures. 

    The 2019 Grand Imaging Awards were held in January at Imaging USA in Atlanta. The best photography in 10 categories from last year’s International Photographic Competition was celebrated. 

    See all 2019 Grand Imaging Award finalists.

    Ella Carlson with Stephen Thetford and Doran Wilson
    © Professional Photographers of America
    Ella Carlson with PPA President Stephen Thetford, M.Photog.Cr., CPP (left), 
    and Doran Wilson, M.Photog.MEI.Cr., CPP, F-ASP 

  • 28 Jan 2019 1:48 PM | Lauri West (Administrator)

    WE ARE FAMILY! 

    Each year, the top 10 images or albums in each of 10 categories are selected as finalists competing for the prestigious Grand Imaging Award, which is named in January at Imaging USA. These finalists are chosen from among the best entries in PPA’s International Photographic Competition.

    John Malboeuf of Nashua, N.H. placed third in the artist category with his image "We are Family."

  • 17 Nov 2018 2:10 PM | Lauri West (Administrator)

    Congratulations to New Hampshire's newest Certified Professional Photographer, John Malboeuf, owner of John Malboeuf Photography in Nashua, N.H. 

    Becoming a CPP takes some hard work and dedication, but the results are totally worth it! Learn more about getting started on the path to becoming a CPP.

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