Cornwall’s only WPJA member

Albion Row Photography Earns Acceptance into the WPJA!

I am pleased to announce my acceptance into the Wedding Photojournalist Association (WPJA), an International, membership-based organization representing professional photographers skilled in the documentation of weddings and events in a candid, unobtrusive style. As a WPJA member, I join the ranks of some of the most talented wedding photojournalists in the world as judged by their technical, creative and visual aptitude.

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The WPJA has strict membership standards regarding image quality and content, technical and creative technique, website and marketing professionalism, business ethics and communication.  I will soon be entering their quarterly competitions, where my work will be judged by some of the world’s most respected and accomplished award-winning photojournalists.

I am extremely happy to have been accepted and at the time of this blog post I am the only member on their directory in the Cornwall area.

If you are looking for a wedding photographer in Cornwall with a true documentary style, who won’t intrude or impose on your wedding day, look no further than Albion Row Photography. Contact me to book you wedding today.

Author: Paul Richards

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