Tag : AIPP

06 Jun 2013

Award Winning Photography by Aurelie Beeston

It has been a very busy time at Studio Impressions.    There has been a lot going on but there has been a couple of things that I am really excited to share with the world. Recently the Australian Institute of Professional Photography held the Queensland State photography awards.   Over the last few weeks, I have watched as Aurelie tentatively submitted images to the Queensland AIPP Awards in the wedding category.   Just entering the awards is daunting – you are putting your work out to be critiqued, judged.  […]

18 Jul 2012

Australian Photography Awards

We are bad bad bloggers.   I know it has been a few weeks since either Marcus or I have posted anything at all.  Lots of good reasons why but none of them really matter to regular readers of our blog.   Just know that we will be making up for it in the coming weeks. First I wanted to share something that did happen during our blog hiatus that made me very very proud. The Australian Institute of Professional Photography held the […]

28 Mar 2012

AIPP Professional Photography Awards

It is Photography Awards season here in Australia.  Although it always seems to sneak up on me, I love the Awards process.  At times it is more of a love/hate relationship.  It is hard to put yourself out there.  Even after years of entering it is a confronting experience.   You are putting something you have created, up to be judged.   But the reason I do it is because it makes me stop and think about my work and it tests me creatively.  When […]

18 Apr 2011

Studio Impressions in Print

Last week the 34th Edition of the Canon Australian Professional Photography Awards book arrived on my desk.   In this book are the award winning images from the last AIPP awards, in 2010.   These prints represent some of the best photography in Australia for that year. I couldn’t help but be proud to see every photographer in our Studio represented in this book.   What many people don’t realise is that in addition to Adam & I there is a small team of people […]